At present laid up in Greece, the previous Veendam has appeared future cruise schedules of various ports throughout the globe.
Beforehand operated by Holland America Line, the 1996-built ship was renamed Aegean Majesty after being acquired by Seajets in 2020 and has been out of service for over three years.
Whereas no replace concerning its future is thought at press time, Cruise Business Information noticed the vessel on a number of port schedules internationally, together with Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil; Gibraltar, within the UK; Le Havre, in France; Piraeus, in Greece; Portimão, in Portugal; and Naha, in Japan.
With totally different dates between December 2023 and September 2025, the scheduled calls appear to comply with a sample, that includes a single multi-day go to at every port.
In Rio de Janeiro, as an illustration, the vessel is scheduled to remain docked for six days beginning on December 7, 2023.
In the meantime, in Le Havre, the previous Veendam seems on the 2025 schedule, with a five-night go to that begins on June 25.
Whereas a few of the bookings listing the vessel below the Aegean Majesty title, a number of additionally present it because the Victoria Majestic.
The title has been utilized by Victoria Cruises Line, a startup cruise line that goals to launch a brand new residence ship idea.
First introduced in 2022, the Cyprus-based firm mentioned it meant to constitution two ships – one in all them being the Aegean Majesty – to function lengthy world cruises that will permit passengers to dwell onboard for a number of years.
Whereas no additional information has been made public ever since, Victoria’s web site stays on-line and reveals the previous Veendam as a part of its future fleet.
In line with the corporate’s plans, the ship shall be renamed Victoria Majestic earlier than kicking off a two-year world voyage in December 2023.
Crusing from Port Everglades, the deliberate itinerary consists of visits to a number of ports world wide, together with Portimão, Rio de Janeiro, Gibraltar, Le Havre, Piraeus and Naha.