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New livery for Cruise & Maritime Voyages' expanding fleet 

Magellan side on sporting new livery
Following the recent announcement that CMV is adding two more ocean cruise ships, the company has begun to introduce a new livery across the fleet.

Mike Hall, Head of Marketing at CMV said, ‘As we enter our second decade of cruising, and with the CMV fleet continuing to grow, we decided that it was time to refresh our livery. Although each of our ships is iconic and special, the liveries do vary. Like all cruise lines, we want our ships to look like a fleet and be instantly recognisable around the world as CMV ships. We are very aware that all our ships are traditional in style, so we aim to reflect this in how they look.’ 

Dark blue hulls and white stripes

The hulls will be painted dark blue on all the vessels in the CMV fleet, as already appears on Marco Polo and Vasco Da Gama, with the addition of a double white stripe.

Likewise, the ship funnels will be dark blue with a stylisation of the CMV logo adding a more contemporary feel to the overall new look.

The CMV logo will appear on the sides of each ship towards the aft section and also on the centre bow as they do currently.

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