Transcript for 'Love Boat' Cruise Ship Makes Final Voyage
And the song does bring back such good memories. But the love boat won't be welcoming anybody else onboard. The ship from the beloved series has sailed its final voyage to a scrap yard. It will live on in our hearts and reruns. ♪ The love boat soon will be making another run ♪ Reporter: The 42-year-old "m.S. Pacific cruise ship" that APPEARED IN THE ICONIC '70s TV Show, has made its final run, to turkey, where it will be stripped for parts. The iconic show ran for nine seasons. From 1977 to '86. And each week, passengers and crew alike, enjoyed romance and madcap, adventure, as they sailed from california to the caribbean. Captain steuben. The character didn't start out so nice. He was the scorch of the seven seas. We realized something, you have to have nice. We slowly started to make him more like me. Reporter: Ted langley, isaac washington, the ship's affable bartender. Best known for his finger-point. Look in the camera and smile. What's my motivation? Why am I smiling into the lens? He says, think about the money you're getting. And I said -- everybody I ran into, went like that. His gesture, in the beginning. He had a heart. He was fun. He was great to be with but and you believed him. Reporter: Celebrity guests contributed to the show's success and longevity. Including the flamboyant spanish-american actress, chara. When I think of the big, giant stars that came on our show, that aren't here anymore, it just touches my heart. I made some lasting friendships. Reporter: While the love boat now resides in a junk yard on a foreign shore, it will forever be an open smile. ♪ On a friendly shore it's love ♪ just one more. We love you, love boat. Charles going to need to find a new boat.
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