Pullmantur Increasing Capacity with Majesty of the Seas

Cruise company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. will transfer Majesty of the Seas from its Royal Caribbean International cruise brand to its Pullmantur brand in 2016.

Majesty of the Seas’ last 3-night sailing for Royal Caribbean International will depart on April 29, 2016, Royal Carribean said.

She will then enter dry dock before joining the Pullmantur fleet, allowing her to be tailored to fit Pullmantur’s brand standards and offerings.

Richard D. Fain, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. said: “The vessel’s transfer is an excellent business opportunity for both Royal Caribbean and Pullmantur. We are fortunate that our mix of brands allows us the flexibility and opportunity to expand in key strategic markets.”

With the addition of Majesty of the Seas, Pullmantur’s total guest capacity will increase by more than 20 percent.

‘‘The transfer of Majesty of the Seas will play an important role in Pullmantur’s Latin American growth strategy, and helps us become one of the most widely recognized brands in that market,’’ said Pullmantur’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Jorge Vilches. “The additional capacity will help us meet the rising demand for Pullmantur’s distinctive Latin-style cruise holidays.”

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