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Louis Cruise Lines one of the biggest cruise companies world-wide boards more passengers in Limassol than any other cruise line in the Mediterranean. Part of the Louis Organization, the successful cruise division which commands more than 60% market share of cruises from Cyprus to Eastern Mediterranean, Greece and the Greek Islands. It has also chartered 3 of its cruise ships which now cruise In the Caribbean and Western Mediterranean. Louis Cruise Lines was listed on the Cyprus Stock Exchange in August 1999. Louis Cruise Lines also enjoys a 22% capacity share for the whole of the Mediterranean. Currently 11 cruise ships comprise the Louis fleet, 7 of them are owned by the new public company and will be operated by Louis Cruise Lines.

The Louis Group was founded back in 1938 by the late Louis Loizou and since then has been committed to fulfilling the needs and wishes of its customers ensuring the best quality for the best price. In the early 80's when it ventured into the cruise market it developed Cyprus into a popular cruise gateway to Egypt, the Holy Land and the Greek Islands. All of it's cruise ships have recently been refurbished, upgraded to outstanding levels of quality and service and equipped with all modern facilities including restaurants, bars, discos, duty free shops, casinos and swimming pools.

Cruise ship and itineraries:

MS Aegean Pearl: Cyprus registered, built 1971, 16,710 gross tons, 980 passengers, 334 crew members.
Itineraries: Aegean out of Piraeus (Athens) - Greece.
  Aegean Pearl cruise ship
     
Thomson Destiny (chartered to Thomson Cruises, UK): Cyprus registered, built 1970, 37.773 gross tons, 1.595 passengers, 540 crew members.
Itineraries: Europe.
  Thomson Desinty cruise ship
     
MS Louis Majesty: Cyprus registered, built 1992, 38,000 gross tons, 1,790 passengers, 670 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean/Canary Islands out of Genoa - Italy and Marseilles - France.
  Louis Majesty cruise ship
     
MV Aquamarine: Cyprus registered, built 1970, 23,149 gross tons, 1,231 passengers, 402 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean out of Piraeus (Athens) - Greece.
  Aquamarine cruise ship
     
Thomson Spirit (chartered to Thomson Cruises, UK): Cyprus registered, built 1970, 33,930 gross tons, 1,400 passengers, 540 crew members.
Itineraries: Europe.
  Thomson Spirit cruise ship
     
MV Coral: Cyprus registered, built 1971, 13,995 gross tons, 921 passengers, 280 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean out of Genoa - Italy.
  Louis Cruise Line-Coral ship
     
MS Orient Queen: Cyprus registered, built 1968, 15,781 gross tons, 912 passengers, 320 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean/Adriatic Coast out of Venice - Italy.
  Louis Cruise Line-Orient Queen ship
     
MS Crystal: Cyprus registered, built 1980, 25,000 gross tons, 1,200 passengers, 400 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean out of Piraeus (Athens) - Greece.
  Crystal cruise ship
     
MV Sapphire: Cyprus registered, built 1967, refurbished 1996, 12.263 gross tons, 650 passengers,  210 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean out of Cyprus.
  Sapphire cruise ship
     
The Emerald: Cyprus registered, built 1958, refurbished 1996, 26,431 gross tons, 1,198 passengers,  412 crew members.
Itineraries: Aegian, Mediterranean out of Corfu (Greece).
  Emerald cruise ship