Vard Delivers Hanseatic Inspiration

October 6, 2019

Vard, a Fincantieri subsidiary, has delivered the new Hanseatic Inspiration to Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, the second in a series of three 230-guest luxury expedition ships for the German cruise operator.

With her close to 16,000 gross tons and 139 meters long, “Hanseatic inspiration” follows sister ship “Hanseatic nature”, delivered in April by Vard Langsten in Norway, while a third vessel, “Hanseatic spirit”, is scheduled for completion in 2021.

Each ship is tailored to allow passengers to access remote regions, ranging from the Arctic and Antarctic to the Amazon, said a press release from the  Italian shipbuilding company based in Trieste.

“Hanseatic inspiration” features seven spacious passenger decks, with 120 luxury cabins accommodating a maximum of 230 passengers.

The vessel, like the others of the series, mixes quality with environmental care alongside energy efficient hull design and technology.

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