Royal Caribbean will transfer Majesty of the Seas out of the fleet
Royal Caribbean announced today that Majesty of the Seas will be transfered out from Royal Caribbean to a sister company in 2016.
Majesty of the Seas will join Pullmantur in 2016. Pullmantur is owned by Royal Caribbean Internernational's parent company.
Royal Caribbean's chairman and CEO Richard Fain commented on the move, "Majesty of the Seas has created wonderful memories for millions of guests, and we expect this record of success to continue as she transitions to Pullmantur. 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."
Majesty of the Seas' last 3-night sailing for Royal Caribbean International will depart on April 29, 2016. She will then enter dry dock before joining the Pullmantur fleet, allowing her to be tailored to fit Pullmantur's brand standards and offerings.
Former Royal Caribbean vessel and sister ship to Majesty of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas, was also transfered to Pullmantur back in 2013.