Ocean Majesty accidents and incidents
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- collision - 2007 (with Thomson Spirit in Greanger Norway)
Previously, the vessel was operated under the names Juan March ferry (1966-1985 by Trasmediterránea), Sol Christina ferry (1985-1986 by Sol Mediterranean), Kypros Star ferry (1986-1987 by Opale Lines), Ocean Majesty (since 1988 by Majestic International Cruises).
|07 August 2007||Ship Collision / Allision|
In the afternoon on August 7, 2007, upon berthing in call port Greanger Norway, the cruise ship collided with MS Thomson Spirit. Reported were superstructure (lifeboats and davits) damages. The ship was out of service for 3 days for repairs.
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