Nautical Ventures Group sells cruise ship to Mexican buyer

Nautical Ventures said the ship was purchased by a prominent Mexican hotelier.
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A Mexican hotelier is the new owner of the passenger cruise ship MV Voyager.

A Mexican hotelier is the new owner of the passenger cruise ship MV Voyager.

Nautical Ventures Group said its cruise ship division, QPS Marine Ships, recently completed the sale of the 503-foot, 20,216 gross-ton passenger cruise ship MV Voyager.

Nautical Ventures said the ship was purchased by a prominent Mexican hotelier who plans to start Mexico’s first cruise line.

Separately, QPS Marine Ships was the ship broker that the Saudi Royal Office chose to provide the 135-meter MV Ocean Majesty to accommodate the king’s court of 600, which includes 25 princes and 10 ministers, along with 506 tons of baggage, for a charter to the Maldives.

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