Royal Caribbean confirms that Empress of the Seas will return to fleet
During its third quarter earnings call with investors, Royal Caribbean confirmed Empress of the Seas will return to its fleet following a restructuring of sister company Pullmantur cruises.
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Royal Caribbean Chief Financial Officer Jason Liberty announced that Empress of the Seas will return to Royal Caribbean's fleet following an "extensive refurbishment" in Spring 2016.
Reports emerged yesterday that Empress of the Seas was on her way back.
Empress of the Seas is simply known as Empress in Pullmantur, but when she returns to Royal Caribbean, she will go back to being called Empress of the Seas.
Empress debuted in 1990 as the Nordic Empress before being renamed in 2004 as Empress of the Seas. Empress of the Seas' final cruise took place on March 7, 2008 and was subsequently transferred to Pullmantur Cruises and renamed Empress.
Empress can accommodate 2,020 guests and 685 crew members.
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