Where Is the Cruise Ship Galaxy?

By Robert Palmer

The cruise ship Galaxy originally sailed for Royal Caribbean International in the early 2000s. It was the first of its kind, a massive luxury liner that could take thousands of passengers on a journey around the world.

Over the years, the Galaxy has become one of Royal Caribbean’s most beloved vessels, and its popularity has only grown as time has gone on. However, in recent years, there has been some confusion as to where exactly the Galaxy is now.

In 2011, it was announced that Royal Caribbean had sold the Galaxy to a new owner. The new owner planned to renovate and repurpose the ship for its own use, but this never happened. In 2016, it was reported that the ship had been sold again, this time to an Asian company that intended to use it as part of their own fleet of cruise ships.

Since then, however, there have been few updates about what exactly happened to the Galaxy. Rumors have circulated that it is now being used by a private company for events such as weddings and corporate retreats. Others have speculated that it is being used for transportation purposes in Asia or South America.

Despite these rumors, it remains unclear exactly where the Galaxy is and what its current state is like. The truth is that no one really knows where it is or what has become of it. It’s possible that it’s still sailing somewhere in the world or maybe even sitting idle in some port waiting for its next adventure.


The truth is that no one knows where exactly the cruise ship Galaxy is now. It could be sailing around somewhere in the world or even sitting idle in some port waiting for its next adventure. Whatever may be its current state and location are still unknown at this point in time.