Scientologists seek a port for "Boheme" - 1987-01-12
The cruise ship Boheme has received an engine overhaul since being purchased by a group of Scientologists, and the vessel soon will get a stem-to-stern refurbishing at a cost of more than $1-million.
But it still has no home port.
The 500-passenger ship sailed out of the Port of St. Petersburg for 19 months while it was owned by Commodore Cruise Lines. But the vessel was purchased this past September by the International Association of Scientologists for use as a sailing religious retreat.