Wednesday, June 02, 2004

OLD FAVE, NEW MONIKER: With a new name, new look and new berth to call home, one of Royal Caribbean International’s long-time favorites now reigns as Empress of the Seas, the first cruise ship to sail out of Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey. The 1,602-passenger vessel -- with a stem-to-stern facelift to meld with the line’s other ships “of the Seas” -- now alternates on six- and eight-night Bermuda sailings through most of October. Also new aboard: a Portofino specialty restaurant, an expanded, bi-level spa and gym complex, and the line’s signature rock-climbing wall. Six-night Bermuda itineraries depart Sundays, calling at King’s Wharf and Hamilton. Eight-nighters depart Saturdays, calling at King’s Wharf, Hamilton and St. George’s. In late October, the re-named ship repositions to San Juan for a quartet of Southern Caribbean itineraries.


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