CDF Croisières de France was a subsidiary of Pullmantur Cruises, catering to the French cruise market, with French as the primary language used on board. The line offered cruises to the Mediterranean operating from mid-March until November.
Founded in September 2007 as a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, CDF Croisières de France commenced operations in May of 2008.
In 2016 Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd sold a 51% stake in CDF Croisières de France parent division Pullmantur to the Spain-based investment company Springwater Capital.
In late 2016, it was announced that the company would cease operations in early 2017, with both ships being transferred back to Pullmantur Cruises.