MS » Hamburg«: New program for the smallest cruise ship in Germany with routes beyond mass tourism at sea
Island hopping in the Indian Ocean with Mauritius, Madagascar, Réunion and Seychelles or on the doorstep with Sylt, Texel, Borkum and Helgoland? The new program for the smallest cruise ship in Germany is more diverse than ever with several new destinations: MS “Hamburg” sets course for Indian Summer on the Great Lakes in the United States and Canada, docks in Miami and Key West , an Antarctic Combines cruise along the route from Cape to Cape: from Cape Horn through South Georgia to Cape Town in South Africa. Routes through the fjords of Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Honduras and the Panama Canal are also timely, as are India, Sri Lanka or Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia. In addition, there is a circumnavigation of Cuba and crossings between the Canary Islands, including El Hierro and La Gomera. The new program for MS » Hamburg« runs until May 2024.
London: Tower Bridge opens for MS Hamburg
Plantours Cruises has received several awards for excellent routing. With space for up to 400 guests, the MS » Hamburg« visits areas that remain closed to large cruise ships: » Hamburg« is the only German-speaking cruise ship that can sail the Great Lakes from Montreal. On the Thames, Tower Bridge opens for entry into the heart of London and even German departure ports have unusual destinations: sun-kissed three Channel Islands by the Gulf Stream, the Azores or islands at the door, such as Amram. , Borkum Tak and Silt.
As one of the first cruise ships, MS » Hamburg« has been operating completely without heavy fuel oil for more than two years. On-board amounts are available for guests to explore remote areas, the MS » Hamburg« will then become a cruise ship expedition character.
From the European season starting in March, Plantours Cruises will only allow fully vaccinated passengers on the MS » Hamburg«. If the original vaccination, ie the second vaccination, took place more than three months ago, then a booster vaccination is needed: Managing Director Oliver Steber: “Thanks to our strict hygiene concept, we had a successful Antarctic season without interrupting our trip Was and continues to be. for our departure from Europe and Germany.
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