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Louis Majesty's transfer to Louis livery

Louis Majesty's transfer to Louis livery
Louis Majesty, the former Norwegian Majesty, is on her way to Europe and will undergo routine maintenance and a makeover before sailing in Louis Cruises livery, starting on December 4, 2009.  Louis acquired the ship from Star Cruises in July 2008 and the ship continued to sail with NCL until last month.

As Louis Majesty, the ship will operate itineraries from the ports of Genoa and Marseille to the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and North Africa.

Louis Majesty was built in 1992 and underwent a $53m+ lengthening and full refurbishment in 1999 that added 34mtr to her eventual length of 207mtr. Passenger capacity is  1,790.

In keeping with Louis Cruises tradition, Louis Majesty will sail with Greek officers and international crew.