Friday, 8 August 2008


One of the smaller cruise ships to call at Greenock this year arrived this morning from Liverpool. OCEAN MAJESTY, owned by a Greek company, Majestic International Cruises, is operated each summer by Pay & Moy, a British travel agency. She was built in 1966 as a Spanish ferry named JUAN MARCH, and has undergone several name changes since. By 1995 she had been totally reconstructed as a cruise ship, and given her current name. Now registered in Madeira, OCEAN MAJESTY is 135.3 metres in length, and is 10,417 gross tons. She can carry up to 535 passengers. Following her visit to the Clyde, she sailed this evening for the Faeroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland.


Anonymous said...

Lovely shot !!