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NEWS YOU CAN USE CRUISE


Hapag-Lloyd issues brochure for ship’s 23 expedition trips


Harry Kemble


Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has released a brochure featuring 23 expedition cruises on new ship Hanseatic Inspiration. The 230-passenger ship,


launched last October, is one of two vessels operated by the German line sold in the UK market. A 14-day Great Lakes sailing,


departing from Chicago on October 3, covers all five of North America’s Great Lakes and calls at Milwaukee, Traverse City and Parry Sound. Prices start from £7,660. A 32-day Semi-circumnavigation


of Antarctica sailing leads in at £21,450. The 32-day cruise, departs from Ushuaia, Argentina, on February 5, 2022, with ports of call including the South Shetland Islands, the Antarctic Peninsula, Snares Islands, the Auckland Islands and Macquarie Island. The brochure also features three Young Explorer voyages


Hanseatic Inspiration


during school holidays, with activities designed for passengers aged between 10 to 17 including following tracks in the wilderness and Zodiac rides. One of the Young Explorer


sailings is a round-trip voyage from Ushuaia on December 21, 2021. Prices for the sailing, which includes stops at the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, the South Orkney Islands and South Shetland Islands, start from £13,710. Hanseatic Inspiration, which will


be smoke-free from October 2020, is the second of three expedition vessels launched by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. Europa 2, which launched


in 2012 and has a capacity of 516 passengers, is the other of the line’s vessels sold in the UK market. Hanseatic Inspiration’s new


itineraries are available in a 144-page brochure, which can be ordered via the line’s website. hl-cruises.com


WHERE’S WENDY?


How things can change in a month. The coronavirus has certainly tested our industry. It’s during these times that the strength and


resilience of this amazing world of travel and those working in it really shines through. I am in awe of the teams on board and ashore who are working tirelessly to help and support our guests in these circumstances. Thank you to all our


Q HAL team: Me (left), Orlando Ashford (in blue suit) and Lynn Narraway


travel partners for their fantastic support – the way we have worked together over the past few weeks has been overwhelming. I am now looking forward to ‘Where Wendy will be’ in the spring!


At the upcoming Clia Conference in April, HAL


president Orlando Ashford will be speaking and we will be providing the fantastic B.B. King’s Blues Band as part of the entertainment programme. The band features on most of our HAL ships and in the words of our travel partners, they describe them as the “best music at sea”, “simply the best entertainment we have experienced on a cruise”and “unbelievably talented”. On April 26 we will be holding our own’ HAL Live’


event at The Dancing Man in Southampton, which will feature fun and frolics with our UK HAL team and our very popular president. Orlando will no doubt live up to the name of the venue – he can cut some serious shapes on the dance floor! You must register for the Clia


Q Clia entertainment: BB King’s Blues Band


Conference to attend all these events plus the main conference itself. Join us for one HAL of a conference by going online to register at cruiseexperts.org/clia- agents/uk-ireland-events. Happy selling!


Director of sales UK & Ireland, Holland America Line & Seabourn


hollandamerica.com Sales team: 0344 338 8604 seabourn.com Sales team: 0344 338 8614


travelweekly.co.uk


5 MARCH 2020


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PICTURE: uavpic.com/Tor Erik Kvalsvik


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