June 18, 2021

Posted December 05, 2018 07:15:31 Seven Seas is changing its logo, the last two digits of its name and the date of its launch.

In a press release, the company said it would change the number of its flagship cruise ships to a one, to represent the change.

It will also make some other minor changes, including the font for its name, and the logo’s date of release.

In addition, Seven Seas will change its logo from a rectangle to a circle, and a number of other details.

The company’s name has been changed to “Seven Seas Entertainment” to reflect the company’s focus on digital content and entertainment, rather than a specific theme park.

Seven Seas will no longer use the words “Seven seas” and “Seas” in its name.

Seven seas entertainment will no long use the word “Seven” in the title of its site.

Seaworld and other theme parks have been using the Seven Seas name since the 1960s.

The change comes as the company is struggling with its most recent financial quarter.

In the first half of 2018, the year before Seven Seas took its current name, it lost $6 million in the first quarter of its 2018 fiscal year.

The previous year, it also lost $5 million.

The theme park operator has struggled with poor attendance numbers, and revenue was down 3 per cent last year.

It is still not clear what the change means for future revenue or the future of its theme parks.

Seven was founded in 1980 by David Bock, who later became chief executive officer.

The company’s flagship cruise ship, the Princess Cruises, is one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions.

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