Stern's Guide to the Greatest Resorts of the World, Stern's Guide to the Cruise Vacation, Stern's Guide to European Riverboats and Hotel Barges, and The Indispensable Guide to Foreign Words and Phrases--by Steven B. Stern (Sponsored by Stern's Travel Guides, Ltd.)
     
 
 
LOUIS CRUISE LINE
Sterling Vacations
5213 Doc Valley Line
Austin, Texas 78759
(512) 345-7755
(512) 345-7722 Fax
2 Nikis 3-5
Karagiorgi Serevias Street
10563 Athens, Greece
www.louiscruises.com
 
Ausonia: 12,609 GRT; 159 x 21.3 meters; 701-passenger capacity; 254 cabins (Category D-not rated).

Coral (formerly Cunard Adventurer, Sunward II, and Triton): entered service in 1971; refurbished in 2005; 14,000 GRT; 491 x 71 feet; 945-passenger capacity; 378 cabins. (Category D-not rated).

Crystal: 25,611 GRT; 162 x 25 meters; 1,200-passenger capacity; 480 cabins; cruises from Greece (Category D-not rated).

Louis Majesty (formerly Norwegian Majesty and Royal Majesty): 40,876 GRT; 680 x 91 feet; 1,462-passenger capacity; 731 cabins (Category D-not rated).

Orient Queen: 15,781 GRT; 160 x 23 meters; 912-passenger capacity; 364 cabins; cruises from France and Italy (Category D-not rated).

Perla: 16,710 GRT; 163 x 23 meters; 1,095-passenger capacity; 395 cabins; cruises from Greece (Category D-not rated).

Princesa Cypria: built 1968; refurbished in 1990; 9,984 GRT; 124.9 x 19 meters; 733-passenger capacity; 274 cabins (Category D-not rated).

Sapphire: 12,163 GRT; 149 x 21.5 meters; 650-passenger capacity; 300 cabins (Category D-not rated).

Sun Bird (formerly Song of America): entered service in 1982; 37,584 GRT; 214.8 meters long; 1,611-passenger capacity; 725 cabins (Category D-not rated).
 
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