Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ newest vessel, Hanseatic Nature, was formally named in a ceremony in Hamburg on Saturday, May 4.
The vessel was recently delivered by Vard and is set to depart on its maiden voyage within this month. It will take passengers to the Hebrides, the Orkney Islands, and the Shetlands before arriving at its final destination of Bergen.
Hanseatic Nature has accommodation for up to 230 passengers though this number will be limited to 199 for Antarctic cruises.
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