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MS Sovereign

Capacity
2324
Crew
820
Tonnage
73,192
Length
268.33 m
First voyage
1988

MS Sovereign (formerly MS Sovereign of the Seas) is one of three large cruise ships of the Sovereign class operated by Pullmantur Cruises and formerly by Royal Caribbean International.

History

She sailed on her maiden voyage on January 16, 1988. She was initially based at the Port of Miami.

In 1998 and 1999, the Royal Caribbean International cruise company was fined US$9 million because the MS Sovereign of the Seas had repeatedly... Read more

MS Sovereign

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2324
Crew: 
820
Tonnage: 
73,192
Length: 
268.33 m
Beam: 
32.21 m
First voyage: 
1988

MS Sovereign (formerly MS Sovereign of the Seas) is one of three large cruise ships of the Sovereign class operated by Pullmantur Cruises and formerly by Royal Caribbean International.

History

She sailed on her maiden voyage on January 16, 1988. She was initially based at the Port of Miami.

In 1998 and 1999, the Royal Caribbean International cruise company was fined US$9 million because the MS Sovereign of the Seas had repeatedly dumped oily waste into the ocean and tried to hide this using false records, including fake piping diagrams given to the US Coast Guard. Because the company was and is incorporated in Liberia, Royal Caribbean argued that this case was not in the jurisdiction of US courts. Despite their argument, they were unsuccessful.

Her refurbishment in November 2004 was the subject of the Travel Channel mini-series Dry-Dock, A Cruise Ship Reborn. Throughout her time with Royal Caribbean she sailed three-, four-, and seven-night cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean out of Miami & Port Canaveral, Florida, southern US. These cruises visited Coco Cay, one of RCI's privately owned islands, in the Berry Islands group.

In November 2008, after serving for Royal Caribbean International for 20 years, Sovereign of the Seas was transferred to the fleet of Pullmantur Cruises, a Royal Caribbean Cruises LTD subsidiary, and renamed MS Sovereign. Sovereign set sail on its first voyage with Pullmantur Cruises on March 23, 2009. Similar to other ships in the same class, Sovereign has a multi-deck atrium lobby called the Centrum, and a top-deck, funnel-mounted Viking Crown Lounge with panoramic views of the sea. The ship features 9 bars, 5 restaurants, 4 pools, spa, casino, and many other amenities.

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Attractions on MS Sovereign


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Photo Gallery

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Throughout your cruise aboard The Sovereign, you can take advantage of the service of Pullmantur Group photographers. They record the most memorable moments of the trip. All photos will be exhibite...
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Swimming Pool

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A set of two stunning, saltwater pools that are suitable for both children and adults.
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Photo Shop

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You can purchase any photos that you like to commemorate the occasion or even put your own photos from your camera onto a disk.
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Bar Marina

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If you want to enjoy Cocktails and other drinks outdoors in an open space and watch the sunset, you want the Bar Marina on deck 11.
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Video Games

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Large and small gaming enthusiasts will find their paradise in this room where they can play all kinds of games in any one of the multitude of machines that can be found in this room.
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Teen's Club

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Welcome to Teen’s Club where 12 to 17 year olds can play video games, make arts and crafts and socialise with children their own age.
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Casino Del Mar

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Blackjack, American roulette, poker, and a wide variety of recreational machines are here to help you have fun and even win fantastic prizes. If you are playing any of these games for the first tim...
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Sports Deck

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The best way to practice paddle is on the track of the 11th deck, where you can practice sports while taking in the and dazzling views.

Bar

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Our Bar has an excellent choice of refreshing drinks and comfortable seating in the shade.
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Solarium

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A great place to relax, drink sophisticated cocktails and focus solely on sunbathing.