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  • Shipyard Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  • Year 1990
  • Length 111.50 m
  • Beam 17.00 m
  • Tons 6,752 gt
  • Decks 6
  • Cabins 82
  • Passengers 164
  • Crew 94
  • Crew/Pax ratio 1 : 1.74
  • Currency EUR
  • Language German
  • Flag Bahamas

Seaventure, formerly the Bremen which sailed for Hapag Lloyd Cruises, is today the first ship to do sea cruises for Viva Cruises. The ship can navigate on polar routes thanks to the class it belongs to and enjoys excellent maneuverability which when combined with the small size allows close approach to coasts and landings that are not accessible to larger ships.
Fourteen Zodiacs are available on board to allow for easy disembarkation of passengers so that they can truly discover the remote places and get closer to the local wildlife. The 164 guests on board can enjoy a range of services such as a library, a fitness area, a restaurant with international cuisine and an all-inclusive service for drinks.
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