The Louis Majesty has been re-delivered to Louis Cruises at the end of her charter to Norwegian Cruise Lines. The cruise ship was chartered to NCL and, as Norwegian Majesty, was operating cruises from the U.S. until the end of October. The Louis Majesty is now on her way to Europe and will undergo routine maintenance and refurbishments where she shall be fitted with the Louis colors. All the attractive features, which made the ship a favorite in the Caribbean and Bermuda will not only be retained, but will be further enhanced, Louis said in a statement.

Louis acquired the ship from Star Cruises in July 2008 as part of its policy of fleet renewal and to upgrade of the product and services it provides.

On Dec. 4, 2009, the Majesty will sail her maiden voyage with the Louis colours and will be operating itineraries from Genoa and Marseille to destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and North Africa.

The Louis Majesty was built in 1992 and underwent a $53.3 million lengthening and full refurbishment in 1999 that added 34 meters to her eventual length of 207.2 meters. The 731 staterooms and suites can accommodate 1,790 passengers, boasting stylish furnishings and come with VCRs as well as TVs. The ship has six international cuisine restaurants, nine bars, a show lounge shaped like an amphitheatre, an upgraded Spa, health & beauty centre, a disco, a large casino, six elevators, two large swimming pools and a splash pool for children, three Jacuzzis, a Kid’s corner, spacious open deck areas, duty-free and value shops and an Internet corner.

When the Majesty sails on Dec. 4, she will have Greek Officers and a well trained international crew renowned for its personal and warm service in the Louis style.