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Royal Olympic Cruises


Royal Olympic Cruises was created in 1995 as a result of the merger of two well known Greek cruise lines - Sun Line Cruises and Epirotiki Line. Basically Royal Olympic operates the ships under two brands - the "blue ships" (Stella Solaris, Stella Oceanis, Odysseus, World Renaissance and Olympic Voyager) and the "white" ships" (Triton, Orpheus and Olympic Countess). The first brand is offering more upscale service to adventurous passengers, refined , conservative ambiance and style of traditional oceanliner. The "white ships" are similar in their appeal, but at somewhat lower quality level.
On the crew and staff side, Royal Olympic offers slightly lower salaries than the well established U.S. based cruise lines, but the lifestyle on board and the interesting itineraries attract employees to this cruise line.


Fleet and itineraries:

Olympic Voyager: Greek registered, built 2000, 25.000 gross tons, 840 passengers, 410 crew members.
Itineraries: Scandinavia, Baltics, Greek Isles/Turkey, Israel/Egypt.
 
     
Olympic Countess: Greek registered, built 1966,
17.593 gross tons, 910 passengers, 350 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey.
 
     
Stella Solaris: Greek registered, built 1973, 17.832 gross tons, 620 passengers, 371 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey, Israel/Egypt, South America, Caribbean.
 
     
Stella Oceanis: Greek registered, built 1965, 5.500 gross tons, 300 passengers, 140 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey.
 
     
Odysseus: Greek registered, built 1962, 12.000 gross tons, 400 passengers, 210 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey.
 
     
World Renaissance: Greek registered, built 1966, 12.000 gross tons, 430 passengers, 235 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey.
 
     
Orpheus: Greek registered, built 1952, 5.092 gross tons, 304 passengers, 140 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles/Turkey.
   
     
Triton: Greek registered, built 1971, 14.155 gross tons, 704 passengers, 265 crew members.
Itineraries: Greek Isles, Mediterranean.
 
     

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