MS Hamburg offers 250-day cruise around the world

MS Hamburg offers 250-day cruise around the world


September 6, 2022 - On July 29, 2023, MS Hamburg, Germany's smallest cruise ship, on the longest cruise to date. The spectacular journey to six continents begins in Hamburg and ends on April 3, 2024 in Istanbul.

Germany's smallest cruise ship takes a maximum of 400 guests. It travels routes and regions that are generally off-limits to large cruise ships. This circumstance makes it possible to extend the upcoming trip to 250 days. “Classic” world trips last 120 days on average. For the upcoming trip, the number of travel days will be more than doubled. During their stay on board, travelers experience the four seasons on six continents. The ship navigates three seas and some of the world's most famous waterways.

MS Hamburg - Bridgetown/Barbados

MS Hamburg - Bridgetown/Barbados


In remote polar regions, guests have their own Zodiacs at their disposal. Optional shore excursions lead to dream destinations such as Ephesus on the Turkish Aegean coast. The ancient city is one of the seven wonders of the world. Safaris follow the tracks of the "Big Five" in Africa. There are also multi-day trips to the Galapagos Islands or to the ruined city of the Incas, Machu Picchu.

Ephesus - Celsus Library

Ephesus - Celsus Library


The 250-day journey from Hamburg to Istanbul can be booked in a 39.999-bed inside cabin from EUR 2. The offer includes the return flight.

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