Thomson Majesty will rejoin the Celestyal Cruises fleet in 2018, following a five-year charter with Thomson Cruises.
The ship will be renamed Celestyal Majesty and will sail three and four-day ‘Iconic Aegean’ cruises from 30 March to 27 April 2018.
This follows Thomson Cruises’ recent rebrand to Marella Cruises.
Celestyal Majesty’s features include a swimming pool, hot tub, a fitness centre with a sauna, a fully-appointed spa and salon, a casino and duty-free shopping. Dining options include full-service dining rooms serving Greek meals and two casual restaurants for buffet breakfasts and lunches.
There are also four bars, where Celestyal Cruises passengers can enjoy entertainment and cocktails.
“Celestyal Majesty is ready to take our passengers to the heart of the Aegean after having delighted Thomson passengers for years,” said Kerry Anastassiadis, Celestyal Cruises CEO. “At 207 meters long and with just over 700 cabins spread over six decks, she’s perfect for the small, sparkling Aegean harbours at which we call. Her size makes it possible for her crew to provide each of our passengers with the personalised service that makes Celestyal Cruises' journeys authentic and unforgettable.”
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