Olympic Explorer Delivery Delayed

Apr 27, 2001, 01:00 ET from MTI Network (USA)

    PIRAEUS, Greece, April 27 /PRNewswire/ --
 Royal Olympic Cruise Lines Inc. (Nasdaq: ROCLF; EASDAQ: ROCL) has requested
 that a number of improvements be made to the Company's new building, Olympic
 Explorer, prior to taking final delivery of the cruise ship, which was
 originally scheduled for today.
     The Company is making adjustments to the Olympic Explorer's early voyages
 and is in contact with its clients and agents informing them of possible
 variations to schedules and alternative options.
     George Stathopoulos, Acting CEO of Royal Olympic Cruises stated, "Our aim
 is to make sure that the vessel we take delivery of, and put into service for
 our guests, is of the highest standards of comfort and efficiency."
     Royal Olympic Cruise Lines is the largest cruise operator in the Eastern
 Mediterranean, owning and operating a fleet of eight overnight cruise ships.
     Some statements in this press release may be considered forward defined
 and as permitted by the SEC. This press release is for information only and
 should not be considered investment advice.
 
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    PIRAEUS, Greece, April 27 /PRNewswire/ --
 Royal Olympic Cruise Lines Inc. (Nasdaq: ROCLF; EASDAQ: ROCL) has requested
 that a number of improvements be made to the Company's new building, Olympic
 Explorer, prior to taking final delivery of the cruise ship, which was
 originally scheduled for today.
     The Company is making adjustments to the Olympic Explorer's early voyages
 and is in contact with its clients and agents informing them of possible
 variations to schedules and alternative options.
     George Stathopoulos, Acting CEO of Royal Olympic Cruises stated, "Our aim
 is to make sure that the vessel we take delivery of, and put into service for
 our guests, is of the highest standards of comfort and efficiency."
     Royal Olympic Cruise Lines is the largest cruise operator in the Eastern
 Mediterranean, owning and operating a fleet of eight overnight cruise ships.
     Some statements in this press release may be considered forward defined
 and as permitted by the SEC. This press release is for information only and
 should not be considered investment advice.
 
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