In addition, she also visited northern European ports during the summer of 1956 while on a midshipman training cruise.
She did put to sea occasionally both to prepare for her final material inspection or to visit ports farther up the coast.
She cruised the Mediterranean, visiting various ports along its shores, for the next six months.
The demos reach more than 300,000 people each year, and the ships visit ports around the world.
In the summer of 1924, she again visited Chinese ports and returned on 23 September.
The ship visited various Scandinavian ports during the remainder of the year.
The carrier spent the rest of the year visiting Australian ports for open inspections by the public.
Once again, she visited ports and conducted exercises throughout the Mediterranean.
In 1989, she visited ports on the Gulf of Mexico.
Because of her size, she can visit smaller ports that larger cruise ships can't reach.