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Bremen | Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
MS Bremen, Ushuaia (Province Tierra del Fuego), Argentina.
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The cruise ship MS Bremen is an expedition cruise ship operated by Hapag Lloyd. The ship is four star plus rating according to Berlitz Cruise Guide 2012, with spacious rooms and quality equipment and furnishings for the 164 guests onboard to enjoy. The ship carries 12 inflatable Zodiacs and has a helicopter deck. Bremen has a strengthened steel hull that can push through broken pack ice and can break through solid ice up to 50cm deep if required. The language on board is German.

Bremen sails on expedition style cruises to locations such as Antarctica, the Arctic including Franz Josef Land, South America, Europe, New Zealand and the South Seas. The itinerary varies from year to year.

The ship was built in 1990 at the Mitsubishi Shipyard in in Kobe, Japan, and commenced service under the name Frontier Spirit. She was acquired by Hapag Lloyd in 1993 and renamed Bremen.

Dining facilities include meals in the main restaurant, breakfast on the Lido Deck, breakfast, lunch buffet or cocktails in the Club, open air barbecue at the Lido Grill.

Facilities onboard include the Panorama Lounge, the Club, fitness room, pool, sauna, hairdressing salon, massage and beauty treatments. There are also bicycles, kayaks, snorkelling gear and Nordic Walking gear available for shore excursions

There are 80 cabins/suites on the ship. Accommodation options include outside cabins, outside balcony cabins and outside suites. There are two cabins equipped for use by guests with a disability.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
Built by:Mitsubishi Shipyard, Kobe, Japan
Date Completed:1990
Gross Tonnage:6752
Length:111 m
Width:17 m