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Royal Olympic Cruises operates cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean. The company was formed in 1995 when the Greek owned cruise line Sun Line Cruises merged with its Greek rival, the Epirotiki Line. In 1997, ROC began the process of building two new vessels with a new monohull design that would allow the vessels a cruising speed of 27 knots (the Olympic Voyager and the Olympic Explorer), which made their debut in 2000 and 2002 respectively. In 2002 the company changed its name to Royal Olympia Cruises. Financial difficulties forced the company into the process of restructuring its operations. In the process, It has relinquished three ships: the Olympia Countess; and in 2004, the Olympia Voyager and Olympia Explorer were sold to the KfW Bank in March 2004.

Triton 676 p Greek Registry

Odysseus 448 p Greek Registry

World Renaissance 474 p Greek Registry

Akti Miaouli 87
18538 Piraeus, Greece
TEL. (30) 210-429-1000
FAX (30) 210-429-08
PageRank: 4/10
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Royal Caribbean International is operated by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, which also operates Celebrity Cruises and Royal Celebrity Tours. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line was founded by three Norwegian shipping companies in 1969-Anders Wilhemsen & Co., I.M. Skaugen & Co., and later Gotaas Larsen and a year later its first ship, Song of Norway, entered service. By 1986, several ships had been added to the fleet and the company had created its own exclusive destination resort Labadee on Hispaniola.

In 1988 Royal Caribbean and Admiral Cruises merged. Anders Wilhemsen & Co. bought out its original partners and gained full ownership of Royal Caribbean. Subsequently Wilhelmsen entered into a joint ownership agreement with an entity of the Pritzker family (owner of the Hyatt hotel chain) and the Ofer family who own a major shipping company. As the company grew, adding six more ships to its fleet of four ships over the next five years, it went public, trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol RCL in 1993. Four years and five more ships later, the company changed its name to Royal Caribbean International in 1997 to reflect its growing global itineraries. In the same year, Celebrity Cruises merged with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. where it operates as a separate brand. By late 2004, RCI’s vessels numbered 18. The company currently is building what will be the world's largest cruise ship, the new ultraVoyager class Freedom of the Seas, with the option for a second build in this category.


Adventure of the Seas 3,114 p Bahamas Registry

Brilliance of the Seas** 2,100 p Bahamas Registry

Empress of the Seas 2,020 p Bahamas Registry

Enchantment of the Seas* 1,950 p Bahamas Registry

Explorer of the Seas 3,114 p Bahamas Registry

Grandeur of the Seas 1,950 p Bahamas Registry

Jewel of the Seas 2,501 p Bahamas Registry

Legend of the Seas 1,800 p Bahamas Registry

Majesty of the Seas* 2,350 p Bahamas Registry

Mariner of the Seas 3,114 p Bahamas Registry

Monarch of the Seas 2,350 p Bahamas Registry

Navigator of the Seas 3,114 p Bahamas Registry

Radiance of the Seas 2,100 p Bahamas Registry

Rhapsody of the Seas* 2,000 p Bahamas Registry

Sovereign of the Seas* 2,250 p Bahamas Registry

Splendour of the Seas* 1,800 p Bahamas Registry

Vision of the Seas 2,000 p Bahamas Registry

Voyager of the Seas 3,114 p Bahamas Registry

*Transfer to Bahamas Registry from Norway Registry takes place in early 2005.
** Brilliance of the Seas is operated by RCL (UK) Ltd., a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.


1050 Caribbean Way
Miami, Florida 33132
Tel: 1-305-379-2601
Fax: 1-305-536-0140
PageRank: 6/10
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As the ResidenSea logo states, one “can travel the world without leaving home”-ResidenSea offers a new concept in cruising: purchasing your floating home onboard a state-of-the-art vessel traveling around the world. Touted as the first ocean-going luxury resort, The World provides 110 spacious, fully furnished residences and 88 guest suites. For rental guests, stays are booked at daily fares.

The World 390 p (max 976) Bahamas Registry

5200 Blue Lagoon Drive
Suite 790
Miami, FL 33126
Tel: 1-800-970-6601
PageRank: 5/10
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RSSC was formed in December 1994 with the merger of Diamond Cruises and Seven Seas Cruises, each line operating only one ship. From these modest beginnings, RSSC has joined the major players in the luxury cruise industry with a total of five cruise ships. Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is part of Carlson Hospitality Worldwide of Carlson Companies, Inc., one of America's largest privately-owned corporations.

SSC Radisson Diamond 350 p Bahamas Registry

Paul Gaugin 320 p Wallis&Fortuna Registry

Seven Seas Mariner 700 p France Registry

Seven Seas Navigator 490 p Bahamas Registry

Seven Seas Voyager 700 p France Registry

Explorer II 352 p Bahamas Registry (Explorer II, an exploration ship, is chartered.)

600 Corporate Drive, Suite 410
Fort Lauderdale, Fl.3334
Tel: 1-954-776-6123
Reservations: 1-800-477-7500
Fax: 1-954-772-3763

UK Office address:

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises UK Ltd
Suite 3 & 4 Canute Chambers
Canute Road Southampton SO14 3AB
Tel: 44 23 80 682280
Fax: 44 23 80 831950
PageRank: 6/10
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