The Blue Grace cruise ship is the subject of the first in a three-part series, The Blue.
The Blue Grace, built in 1928, has become a symbol of luxury cruise ships in the U.S. and around the world, attracting the attention of celebrities and celebrities’ companies.
She was once one of the world’s most expensive luxury cruise liners, but she has since lost much of her value.
A year ago, the cruise line announced plans to move the ship’s operations to a smaller port in Japan, making it much more affordable to maintain and sell.
The move has been criticized by some in the luxury cruise industry.
The U.K. cruise company Alitalia is also moving its operations from Japan to its parent company’s shipbuilding plant in China, making its ship cheaper to operate and to repair.
The ship’s owner, Blue Star Cruises, has said that it plans to continue operating the ship in its current port of Qingdao, which is about 1,200 miles away from the U,S., Canada and Japan.
That will put the ship on the road to a new port in China that could cost more than $1 billion, said Scott Belsky, vice president of operations for Blue Star.
Blue Star plans to build a new shipyard in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, where it plans the construction of its second ship.
The decision to move ships is a blow to Blue Star, which has struggled to keep up with demand for its ship.
The company’s sales and operating profits declined last year and this year, and the company’s share price fell by 10 percent.
In the first quarter of 2017, BlueStar lost about $20 million.
But in a statement, Bluestar said the move to Qingdong would give it “the flexibility to move operations from Qingdou to the new port of Shenyang, China, where we will be able to further improve the ship and make the ship more affordable.”
Blue Star is a subsidiary of the Chinese shipbuilding giant, Dongfeng.
Blue Star, a company that once made the world famous yacht “The Blue”, lost $8.6 billion in the first three months of 2017.
The ship was sold in 2011 to the Dutch shipbuilder KLM for $7.4 billion.
The yacht has been used as a symbol for the shipbuilding industry in Europe and has been sold to several other shipbuilders.
The vessel has also been used to promote luxury cruise line Blue Star and other cruise ships.
The move to China will help Blue Star improve its business model and cut costs, Belskys said.
Bluestar has been able to keep the ship afloat for more than half a century with a relatively small crew of about 30 people.
In addition, Blue’s sister ship, the Blue Dragon, is also on the way to China.
The two ships are also part of a larger Chinese fleet of luxury cruises that are part of the Beijing Sea Line.
The announcement comes as the Trump administration is mulling a plan to revive the North American Free Trade Agreement.
President Donald Trump has said he wants to renegotiate the North America Free Trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, which was signed in 1994.
In December, the U