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Hapag Lloyd is a German cruise line that offers cruises to the world's more remote regions, following in the footsteps of the great explorers on smaller bilingual cruise ships. A selection of adventure voyages are offered each year with both German and English spoken in commentaries and lectures. Itineraries include Arctic and Antarctic regions and offer magnificent realms, rare encounters and top-of-the-line accommodations for those seeking adventure. Hapag-Lloyd is the result of the merger in 1970 of two of Germany's oldest steam ship companies, Hapag (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft or Hamburg America Line) and Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL - North German Lloyd). Both companies were founded in the 1840s to carry passengers and freight between what is now Germany and the United States. Hapag was founded in Hamburg, while North German Lloyd served Bremen. After the merger Hapag-Lloyd discontinued its transatlantic passenger service, but in 1982, the line returned to cruising with the launch of Europa, a cruise ship that set the standard for luxury and service in the German market. Seventeen years later, Hapag-Lloyd introduced its new flagship, also Europa, almost the same size as her predecessor, but carrying 200 fewer passengers. Today, the line boasts four passenger-carrying motor ships, marketed primarily to German-speaking Europeans, and has begun an effort to increase awareness of the line's offerings on three of their cruise ships among English-speaking passengers. The present Hapag-Lloyd motor fleet is comprised of four cruise ships, the luxurious flagship Europa, the luxury expedition ship Hanseatic, the small, premium ship Columbus, and the premium expedition ship Bremen. (Bremen is not marketed outside German-speaking Europe.) 

Cruise ships and itineraries:

MS Europa: Bahamas registry, built 1999, 28,890 gross tons, 408 passengers, 280 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Aegean/Black Sea out of La Valetta, Malta, Nice, France and Barcelona, Spain, Lisbon, Portugal, Piraeus (Athens), Greece, Monte Carlo, Monaco, Istanbul, Turkey; Western/Northern Europe/Baltic Sea/Norwegian Fjords/Greenland out of Hamburg and Kiel, Germany, Barcelona, Spain; Transatlantic out of Santa Cruz (Tenerife); Caribbean out of La Guaira )Caracas, Venezuela; South Pacific out of Acapulco, Mexico and Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia; Southeast Asia out of Shanghai, China and Singapore; Southeast Asia/India out of Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand; Far East out of Manila, Philippines, Australia/New Zealand out of Auckland, New Zealand and Sydney, Australia; Arabia out of Dubai, UAE and Istanbul, Turkey; India/Singapore out of Dubai, UAE; Panama Canal out of Progreso, Mexico.
  Hapag lloyd-Europa cruise ship
     
MS Columbus: Bahamas registry, built 1997, 15,000 gross tons, 420 passengers, 170 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean/Canary Islands/Black Sea out of Barcelona and Sevilla, Spain, Venice, Italy, Nice, France, Piraeus (Athens), Greece, Istanbul, Turkey; US/Canada Great Lakes, Western/Northern Europe/Iceland out of Nice, France, Hamburg Bremerhaven and Kiel, Germany; Africa out of Aqba, Jordan, Victoria (Mahe), Seychelles, Port Louis, Maurutuis; Trans-Atlantic out ov Walvis Bay, Namibia and Santa Cruz (Tenerife), Canary Islands; South America out of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Caribbean out of La Guaira )Caracas, Venezuela, Havana, Cuba and Progreso, Mexico; Panama Canal; South Pacific out of Callao (Lima), Peru, Valparaiso, Chile and Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia and Noumea, New Caledonia; Southeast Asia out of Hong Kong; ,Southeast Asia/ India/Arabia out of Singapore; Arabia out of Dubai, UAE; World Cruise out of Sevilla, Spain and Havana, Cuba.
  Columbus cruise ship
     
MS Bremen: Bahamas registry, built 1990, 6.752 gross tons, 164 passengers, 100 crew members.
Itineraries: South Pacific out of Papeete, (Tahiti), French Polynesia, Puerto Montt, Chile and Lautoka, Fiji; Mediterranean, Western Europe, Iceland, Baltics, Trans-Atlantic, Caribbean, South America out of Hangaroa (Easter Island), Ushuaia, (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina, Callao (Lima), Peru, Belem, Brazil and Iquitos, Peru; Antarctica out of Punta Arenas, Chile, Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina. Transatlantic out of Belem, Brazil; Western/Northern Europe/Iceland/Greenland out of Santa Cruz (Tenerife), Hamburg and Travemunde, Germany, Tromso, Norway, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland and Reykjavik, Iceland; Mediterranean out of Livorno, Italy and Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Arabia from Aqaba, Jordan; Arabia/India out of Dubai, UAE; Africa out of Port Louis, Mauritius; Africa/Antarctica out of Cape Town, RSA.
  Hapag Lloyd-Bremen cruise ship
     
MS Hanseatic: Bahamas registry, built 1991, 8,378 gross tons, 184 passengers, 125 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, US/Canada Great Lakes, Western Europe, Northern Europe, Iceland, Far East, South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Trans-Atlantic, Antarctica out of Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina and Punta Arenas, Chile; South America out of Puerto Montt, Chile, Belem, Brazil, Iquitos, Peru; Central America/Mexican Riviera out of Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Panama Canal out of Acapulco, Mexico, and Callao (Lima), Peru; Caribbean out of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica and Roseau, Dominica; USA East coast out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Canada/New England out of Halifax, NS; Alaska out of Nome AK; Far East out of Yokohama, Japan; Transatlantic out of Belem, Brazil.
  Hapag Llloyd-Hanseatic cruise ship