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Nautical Ventures sell, charters cruise ships

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The cruise ship division of water sports equipment retailer Nautical Ventures Group, QPS

Marine Ships, sold a 503-foot cruise ship in April to a Mexican hotelier who plans to use it to start Mexico’s first cruise line, the company announced in a news release. M/V Voyager sold for $14 million.

The Dania Beach, Fla.-based company also chartered the 135m M/V Ocean Majesty to a Saudi king to accommodate the King’s court of 600, which includes 25 princes and 10 ministers, along with 500 tons of baggage, for a charter to the Maldives. The charter was booked for $3.4 million.

For more information, visit www.nauticalventures.com.

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