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TUI AG’s cruise operations continued strong performance in third quarter



The cruise operations of TUI AG, the German travel company that is listed in London, continued their strong performance in the third quarter of the company/s financial year. “All three brands continue to deliver growth. In Q3 2019, all three cruise brands operated by the Group continued their growth roadmap and delivered a significant increase in their operating results. With the launch of Hanseatic Nature and Marella Explorer 2 in May 2019, TUI’s cruises fleet grew to a total of 17 ships,” the company said in a statement. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Portland Port welcomed a brand new luxury expedition cruise ship on her inaugural visit, The Hanseatic Nature




Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' Hanseatic Nature - Above pictured at Portland Port, UK on May 26th 2019Yesterday, May 26th 2019, was a truly remarkable day and a date to mark in the calendar! Portland Port welcomed a brand new state of the art upmarket luxury expedition cruise ship on her inaugural visit, The Hanseatic Nature. As one of the 18 German cruise ship’s Portland have coming in this year, The Hanseatic Nature is operated by Hapag-Lloyd cruises who have now entered the expedition travel market.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises: Expedition fleet to cruise in future without heavy oil



Together with the introduction of new expedition cruise catalogues for the 2020-2021 season. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has also announced that low-pollutant marine gas oil (MGO) will be used exclusively on all routes sailed by its expedition ships in the fleet – the HANSEATIC nature, the HANSEATIC inspiration and the BREMEN from July 2020.

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Transportation of the new expedition ship HANSEATIC inspiration’s hull from Romania to Norway begins



An important milestone has been reached in the construction of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ HANSEATIC inspiration: the new expedition ship started its journey on Saturday, February 16, from the VARD Group’s Romanian site in Tulcea to the VARD Langsten shipyard in Norway.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Bremen Sold to Scylla




Hapag Lloyd's BremenAdd another operator to the booming expedition cruise market as Scylla today announced it had acquired the Bremen from Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. The Swiss company will take delivery of the expedition vessel in May of 2021. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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