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MV Horizon

Capacity
1442
Crew
620
Tonnage
46,811
Length
208 m
First voyage
1990

MV Horizon (formerly Pacific Dream, Island Star, Horizon) is a cruise ship operated by Pullmantur Cruises. It was operated by Croisières de France from spring 2012 until 2017. She was built in 1990 at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany for Celebrity Cruises as MV Horizon.

Service history

The vessel was constructed for Celebrity Cruises, who operated the vessel as Horizon. The exterior of the ship was designed by John Bannenberg while the principal designers for... Read more

MV Horizon

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
1442
Crew: 
620
Tonnage: 
46,811
Length: 
208 m
Beam: 
29 m
First voyage: 
1990

MV Horizon (formerly Pacific Dream, Island Star, Horizon) is a cruise ship operated by Pullmantur Cruises. It was operated by Croisières de France from spring 2012 until 2017. She was built in 1990 at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany for Celebrity Cruises as MV Horizon.

Service history

The vessel was constructed for Celebrity Cruises, who operated the vessel as Horizon. The exterior of the ship was designed by John Bannenberg while the principal designers for the interiors were Athens based Michael Katsourakis and British Designer John McNeece. The vessel's service with Celebrity ended in September 2005, when it was transferred to Island Cruises. The ship underwent refits over the end of 2005 and the beginning of 2006 and was operating out of Palma de Mallorca in the Mediterranean Sea as Island Star in summer and from Caribbean in winter season of 2008. It advertised cruising as "relaxed, friendly, and informal."

On 6 October 2008, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL), the owner of Island Star, sold their 50% interest in Island Cruises to First Choice Holidays. Island Star was reported to be transferred to the fleet of RCL's Spain-based subsidiary Pullmantur Cruises, although reports in May 2009 said that the ship would go to another Royal Caribbean company, CDF Croisières de France. Pictures in May 2009 showed the ship in Pullmantur Cruises colors and renamed Pacific Dream, although the trademark “X” of Celebrity Cruises, while painted-over, could still be seen. Horizon sailed European and Caribbean itineraries.

In November 2010, it was reported that Pacific Dream would be replacing their ship Bleu de France. She was renamed L'Horizon in 2012.

In late 2016, it was announced that the CDF Croisières de France brand was to be discontinued, with Horizon returning to the fleet of Pullmantur Cruises.

Currently, MV Horizon operates sailings in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. 

 

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MV_Horizon

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Attractions on MV Horizon


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Casino & Bar

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A fantastic board game space where you can test your luck and win great prizes. It has a capacity for 141 users spread over 571 square metres.
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Solarium

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Two dream spaces to enjoy a warm sunbath and sophisticated at the same time refreshing drinks.
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Guppy Club

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Another of the spaces for the little ones, these aged between three and eleven years old. This is where they can take part in a number of activities accompanied by members of The Monarch's entertai...

L'anexe Self Service

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An ideal place to meet quietly and enjoy a good conversation. This pub/cafe offers great attention from our waiters in an open space with the capacity for 47 people.
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Internet

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This space is dedicated to surfing the web and has a number of positions with new computers from which you can send messages from the ship.
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Sauna

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After a good session in the gym or as part of Spa-Jacuzzi route, the turn of the sauna arrives. It is a space to release toxins and get healthy.
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Le Cafe Moka

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A pub cum cafe where you will be excellently attended to by our waiters while enjoying good conversation and good company. It has a capacity of 81 in a space of 129 square metres.
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Le SPA

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All revitalizing treatments for your body you can imagine, massages and much more modern and comfortable facilities aimed at both men and women.
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Les Boutiques Fr

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On board The Monarch, you can enjoy browse wonderful shops where you will find the best products and the latest brands.
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GYM

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A spectacular space equipped with the most modern machines aerobics, fitness and everything you need to stay in shape during the holidays.