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Bremen<br>21 Nights A World<br>from a Million<br>Years Ago<br>Seward to Nome

Bremen
21 Nights A World
from a Million
Years Ago
Seward to Nome

Ship: Bremen
Cruise Line: Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
Departures:  30 July 2020
Duration: 21 Nights
Ports: Seward, Aleutian Islands, Petropavlovsk, Zhupanova River, Chazma River, Verkhoturov Island, Provideniya, Nome
Airport gateway (Arrival) : Anchorage
Airport gateway (Departure) : Nome

Itinerary

Date Port Arrival Departure
30th July 2020 Seward, USA   18:00
31st July 2020 Amalik Bay, USA    
1st August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
2nd August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
3rd August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
4th August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
5th August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
6th August 2020 Aleutian Islands    
7th August 2020 Day at Sea    
8th August 2020 Day at Sea    
9th August 2020 Kamchatka, Russia    
10th August 2020 Petropavlovsk    
11th August 2020 Petropavlovsk    
12th August 2020 Zhupanova    
13th August 2020 Chazma    
14th August 2020 Verkhoturova    
15th August 2020 Tintikun Lagoon    
16th August 2020 Dezhnev Bay    
17th August 2020 Day at Sea    
18th August 2020 Provideniya, Chukchi Peninsula     
19th August 2020 Nome, USA 16:00 Overnight on board
20th August 2020 Nome, USA    

 

* Ports of call may vary based on itinerary and departure dates selected

 

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Ports

Seward

Founded in 1903, Seward was the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad. In 1964, an earthquake caused a tidal wave over 100 feet tall to wash away much of the waterfront, devastating the town. But its residents, embodying Alaska's famous spirit and fortitude, rebuilt. Today, the town of Seward is a thriving port for commercial fishing, tourism and the rail system.

Country - USA (Alaska)
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 115kms
Currency - US Dollar (USD)

Places of Interest
Resurrection Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park

Aleutian Islands

 The Aleutian Islands are the tops of submerged mountains belonging to a range stretching more than 1000 km into the Pacific Ocean from the Alaska mainland. Volcanic peaks, hidden valleys, and pebbled beaches invite all explorers. Whales, sea lions, seals, and sea otters are common on wildlife tours, as well as eagles, the rare whiskered auklet and the ancient murrelet.

Country - United States of America
Distance from port to City - N/A
Distance from port to Airport - N/A
Currency - US Dollar (USD) 

Places of Interest

Petropavlovsk

Petropavlovsk is the administrative, industrial, scientific, and cultural center of Kamchatka Oblast (Russia). The city itself has more people than its neighboring regions Magadan Oblast, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, and Koryak Autonomous Okrug, making it the largest by far in the far northeast. The city is situated on high hills and surrounded by volcanoes. In fact, the horizon cannot be seen clearly from any point of town as volcanoes and mountains are everywhere.

Country -  Russian Federation
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance to Airport - 10kms
Currency - Russian Ruble (RUB)

Places of Interest

Lenin Square and City views of Avachinsky Volcano

Zhupanova River

To the north-east 120 km of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy the Zhupanova River watershed boasts being one of the most productive trout rivers in the world. The Kamchatka south-eastern Peninsula and river is home to the richest rainbow trout habitat. The Zhupanova drains a 1.1 million acre area extending into the central Kamchatka Range of volcanic mountains. The river contains exceptionally large trout, some reaching 7.3-9 kg, (12-15lbs) five species of Pacific salmon, and two species of Anadromous char (Salmo alpinus L). The Zhupanova is a resting place for migratory birds, who gather here in the thousands during their fall migration. The Russian Far East has more brown-bears than Alaska, and the Zhupanova, before or during the annual salmon run is a good place to see them. The eye stopper here is the huge steller sea-eagle, the heaviest eagle in the world. They build their nests overhanging the river, and there is the opportunity to see chicks, as well as adults.

Chazma River

Verkhoturov Island

Provideniya



Country - Russia
Distance from port to City -
Distance to Airport -
Currency - Russian Rubles (RUB)

Places of Interest

Nome

Nome (Siqnazuaq in Iñupiaq) is a city in the Nome Census Area in the Unorganized Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. The city is located on the southern Seward Peninsula coast on Norton Sound of the Bering Sea.The city of Nome claims to be home to the world's largest gold pan, although this claim has been disputed by the Canadian city of Quesnel, British Columbia.

 

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The Hanseatic warmly welcomes you to your personal expedition onboard. She takes course for places that are untouched and fascinatingly foreign. With a maximum of 183 guests and a discreet 5 star service you will experience and learn about the world from a different aspect.

The Bremen, the discoverer with a sense for adventure is an expedition ship of a special kind. You will be pampered by our crew in a familiar, relaxed and comfortable 4 star atmosphere whilst heading for the regions afar.

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Ship info

Bremen

On a voyage of discovery aboard MS BREMEN. Our expedition ship steals you away to parts of the world that will quench your thirst for adventure. The BREMEN, furnished with the maximum ice class for passenger ships (E4), is designed for expeditions far from civilisa-
tion in the polar regions. Thanks to her shallow draught she can also sail into the smallest harbours and bays as well as winding rivers. In addition, our 12 expedition-worthy, motor-powered dinghies, called zodiacs, enable you to go ashore even in the remotest regions.

The atmosphere on board is personal and familiar. The 164 guests are united by their excitement about their shared adventure and the friendly service crew enjoys working to make you feel at home. Worldly-wise experts enrich every expedition with their knowledge, experience and spirit of adventure and provide background inform-
ation on the places we head for both on shore and on board. In addition, you can develop your knowledge further in the library.

In the restaurant with its big panoramic windows your palate will be indulged with sumptuous fare; the open-air pool and the little gym with a sauna invite you to relax. In addition, the comfortable, 18 square metre cabins will soon become your home from home – with 24-hour sea view.


Dining

  • Dining Room
  • Starboard Bar and Grill
  • Bar

Entertainment

  • Main Lounge
  • Library
  • Onboard expert lecturers
  • Additional computers & Internet connections

Onboard Activities

  • Open Air Pool
  • Gym
  • Sauna 
  • Zodiacs
  • Cruise Sales Area near front desk
  • renovated Public convenience facilities

 

 

Ship facts

Ship Details
Gross Tonnage 6,752 Tonnes
Star Rating 4 Star
Size/Style of Ship Small/Expedition
Entered Service Apr 1990 (refurbished Oct 2008)
Registry Bahamas
Former Name N/A
Length 111 metres
Beam 17 metres
Draft 4.8 Metres
Propulsion/Propellers diesel-electric (42,000kW)/2
Maximum Cruising Speed (knots) 15
Passenger Capacity (twin) 164
Crew 100
Nationality of Officers German
Nationality of Crew German
Total Cabins 82
Total Inside cabins 0
Total Outside cabins 82
Cabin/Suites with Balcony 18
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 2
Passenger Decks 6
Cabin Electricity 110v
Elevators 2
Self-Service Laundry No
Onboard Currency (subject to change) Euro

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