MV Majesty of the Seas
Majesty of the Seas – © Simonwp (Dodge Island, Miami 01/11/2001)
Steel twin screw ”Sovereign Class” motor vessel built in 1992 by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, St Nazaire, France (Yard No B30) as a Passenger (Cruise) Ship for Royal Caribbean International
- Original Cost: $300 million
- Length: 268.32m (overall) 236.0m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 32.20m
- Depth: 9.70m
- Draught: 7.875m
- Tonnage: 73,941 – 74,077 gross/47,515 – 47,599 net/8600 – 6953t deadweight
- Engines: Four 9-cyl, Pielstick-Alsthom 9PC20L400 diesels
- Power: 21844 kW/29,719 HP
- Speed: 21.6 knots (service)
- Passenger Decks: 13
- Capacity: 2,744
- Crew: 833
- Call Sign: CFZ8
- MMSI Number: 311734000
- IMO Number: 8819512
- Official Number: 9000118
- Port of Registry: Oslo/Norway, Nassau/Bahamas
- Sister-Ship: Monarch of the Seas, Sovereign of the Seas
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December 6th 1988: Keel laid.
September 21st 1991: Launched.
March 27th 1992: Delivered to Majesty Of The Seas (management Royal Caribbean Cruises), Oslo, Norway.
April 26th 1992: Christened in Miami.
April 1992: Commenced cruising in the Caribbean.
January 12th 2007: Entered a 4-week dry-dock period where she underwent a multimillion-dollar refurbishment of the pool decks, all public areas, restaurants, shops and cabins.
Majesty of the Seas – © Wil Weijsters (Miami, 19/01/2008)
June 8th 2020: Arrived at Dover.
🆕 © Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)
June 8th 2020: Sailed from Dover to be replaced on the Eastern Arm by AURORA.
June 9th 2020: Arrived back in Dover (CT2).
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