Azamara Cruises soldPrincess Cruises has sold the Pacific Princess to Azamara Cruises. The Pacific Princess is the same “R-Class” ship as the other three ships in Azamara’s fleet. The ship started service in 1999 as part of Renaissance Cruises. It was later acquired by Princess cruises in 2002.

The ship holds 670 passengers. It will be renovated before entering service with Azamara to reflect the tones and touches as found on its sister ships. The ship, as yet unnamed, will begin its inaugural sailing under Azamara’s flag in Europe in 2022.

Last week, Royal Caribbean Group announced the sale of Azamara Cruises to Sycamore Partners so that Royal Caribbean Group could focus on its three remaining brands Royal Caribbean Cruises (mass market), Celebrity Cruises (premium market) and Silversea Cruises (ultra-luxury market).

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