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Festival Cruises (First European Cruises) ceased operations in May 2004. The cruise ships have been sold to other operators (see below). 

MS Azur (sold to Golden Shipping, Odessa, renamed ROYAL IRIS, chartered to Mano Cruise) 
MS Caribe (chartered to Arcalia Shipping by owners Nina Cruises, renamed ATHENA, subcahrtered to various operators such as Vivamare in Germany) 
MS European Stars (purchased by MSC Cruises, sailing as MSC Sinfonia) 
MS European Vision (purchased by MSC Cruises, sailing as MSC Armonia) 
MS Flamenco (sold to Ravenscroft Shipping Florida, renamed NEW FLAMENCO, chartered to Globalia Tours from Spain) 
MS Mistral (sold to Iberojet now sailing as Iberojet Mistral).

Cruise ships and itineraries:

European Stars: Italian registered, built 2002, 58.600 gross tons, 1.566 passengers, 711 crew members.
Itineraries: Year round Europe and Caribbean
  Festival Cruises-European Stars ship
     
European Vision: Italian registered, built 2001, 58.600 gross tons, 1.566 passengers, 711 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Mediterranen, Aegean Sea, Red Sea.
  Festival Cruises-European Vision ship
     
Mistral:  French registered, built 1999, 47.900 gross tons, 1.200 passengers, 500 crew members.
Itineraries:
Aegean Sea, Mediterranean, Canary Islands.
  Festival Cruises-Mistral ship
     
Flamenco: Bahamas registered, built 1972, 17.000 gross tons, 800 passengers, 300 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Baltics, Northern Europe, Norwegian Fjords, Canary Isles, Madeira.
  Festival Cruises-Flamenco ship
     
Azur: Panama registered, built 1971, 15.000 gross tons, 800 passengers, 330 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Aegean, Adriatic.
  Festival Cruises-Azur ship
     
Bolero: Panama registered, built 1968, 16.000 gross tons, 900 passengers, 350 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Trans-Atlantic, Mediterranean.
  Festival Cruises-Bolero ship