Hanseatic Nature nears her service as she passes her sea trial.
Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has been busy with newbuilding construction of Hanseatic Nature, the first of three ships in the company’s new expedition class.
The 15,650 gross ton vessel will soon sail for Hamburg, for her inaugural cruise to Scotland and Norway.
Equipped with the latest environmentally-friendly technologies, the new ship will be powered with marine gasoil (MGO) on approximately 70 percent of its voyages, according to the company.
With the supervision of JMC-Limited during the entire construction period, she has passed her sea trial and we are very proud to have worked and helped Hapag Lloyd. We look forward to further cooperation in the future.