According to the reports, the cruise ship Empress of The Seas which formerly belonged to Royal Caribbean International has been sold to an Indian startup company Cordelia Cruises.
‘Cordelia Cruises” has been launched by Waterways Leisure Tourism Pvt Ltd, which took over the company, Jalesh Cruises recently.
Jurgen Bailom, President & CEO, of Cordelia Cruises, commented that “It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that Waterways Leisure Tourism Pvt Ltd that recently bought over the Jalesh Cruises brand has decided to further capitalize the massive potential of cruising by entering the Indian market, with the Empress of the Seas, that belonged to the Royal Caribbean International until recently. With a capacity of 2,000 passengers, she has sailed many a coastline and high seas in her glorious past.” The company is already in the process of adding a second ship to its fleet.
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