Cash Helps Historic Ocean Liner Avoid Scrap Heap, For NowThe SS United States Conservancy announced Monday that it raised more than $100,000 from supporters around the world. The board will meet this week to discuss the ship's future.
Despite Generous Donation, Little of SS United States May Be SavedIt's a silver cloud with a dark lining for the <em>SS United States,</em> the iconic cruise ship that has been languishing on the Philadelphia waterfront for the last eighteen years.
SS United States At The Seaport MuseumOne of the largest ships making her home on the Delaware River may just have the most stories to tell as well.
Hear Philly: Discover America's Flagship At The Seaport MuseumThis ship has a lot of stories to tell. Her name is the SS United States, and she spent the better part of two decades as America's Flagship, breaking speed records across the Atlantic Ocean, and serving as the luxurious temporary home to many famous travelers.
Conservators Hope Crowdsourcing Can Save Philadelphia's S.S. United StatesThe SS United States could be headed for the scrap heap in a matter of weeks if the money to keep her afloat isn't raised.
Historic SS United States Short On Funds, TimeThe SS United States is sending out what may be its final distress call.
Fundraisers See National Interest As Way To Keep SS United States AfloatOrganizers of the effort to breathe new life into the SS United States say they've now raised more than $6 million and they're hoping for a spike in national interest for saving the ship.
Group: Put Philly Casino On Historic Cruise LinerA nonprofit conservation group is floating the idea of making a moth-balled ocean liner on the Delaware River part of a long-stalled casino project on the south Philadelphia waterfront.
Lenfest Puts Up $5.8 Million to Save SS United States