ms Hamburg To Offer Two Canadian Transatlantic Sailings In 2015
16/03/2014 Leave a comment
Plantours of Bremen have announced that the ms Hamburg will be making two Transatlantic crossings between Europe and Montreal in the summer and autumn of 2015. An August westbound passage will sail from Hamburg to Montreal via Greenland while a return crossing in September will leave Montreal for Lisb0n via the Azores.
The 18-night westbound crossing leaves Hamburg on August 19, bound for Torshavn, Reykjavik and stops in Greenland at Prins Christian Sund, Julianehab, Frederikshab, Sukkertoppen and Nuuk, thence to L’Anse aux Meadows in Newoundland, the port of Saguenay and Quebec, before arriving at Montreal.
After a 16-night Great Lakes Cruise, ms Hamburg wil sail from Montreal on September 23 on a 14-night return crossing to Lisbon via Quebec, Gaspé, Halifax and Ponta Delgada in the Azores. The last regular crossings between Europe and Canada were offered by Polish Ocean Lines’ 15,015-ton Stefan Batory, which left service in 1987.
The 14,903-ton ms Hamburg was built in Germany in 1997 as Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Columbus and carries 400 passengers. For further details please call The Cruise People Ltd in London on 020 7723 2450 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org