Louis Coral to be Renamed Louis Rhea

In its 2014 deployment announcement today, Louis Cruises made note of the Louis Rhea sailing alongside the Louis Olympia.

A statement from the cruise line has confirmed it will be renaming the Louis Coral to the Louis Rhea as the company continues to underscore its Greek roots and traditions.

The Coral was built for Cunard Line as the Cunard Adventurer in 1971. At 14,000 tons and with room for 832 passengers, the ship has seen service for Norwegian, Epirotiki and Royal Olympic.

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