The resumption of cruise navigation in Europe has come true!27.07.2020 16:55
German cruise operator TUI Cruises brought back the first large cruise ship yesterday. The Mein Schiff 2, with 1,200 passengers on board, is thus the first cruise ship to return to service after a lengthy quarantine caused by COVID-19.
The ship Mein Schiff 2, which departed from Hamburg, Germany, towards Norway, will not enter other ports, its duration will be 3 nights, and the cruise itself will become "scenic", that is, picturesque. It means that the ship does not plan to moor anywhere, and the entire route will smoothly run along the picturesque shores so that the guests of the ship can enjoy the surrounding views to their fullest and capture everything on their cameras.
The vessel itself is capable of accommodating 2,900 passengers, but due to recently adopted health and safety protocols, Mein Schiff 2 will now accommodate a maximum of 1,200 guests.
In August, TUI Cruises plans to return its second cruise liner, Mein Schiff 1, to sail. In the same month, another German operator, part of the Carnival Corporation, AIDA Cruises, intends to return 3 of its ships simultaneously from different ports in Germany.
As a reminder, the TUI Cruises brand is a joint venture between the TUI Group and Royal Caribbean.
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