Plantours Cruises MS Hamburg 2020 four times in Havana

Plantours Cruises MS Hamburg 2020 four times in Havana

February 12, 2020 - The MS Hamburg, Germany's smallest cruise ship, will call Cuba's capital Havana four times from October 2020.The US government bans American shipping companies from cruising to Cuba. Plantours Cruises is responding to the ban anduses the free berths in Havana for MS Hamburg.

From October 2020 the MS Hamburg four times to Cuba's capital Havana. She spends two days several times in the historic center of the Cuban capital. MS Hamburg circles Cuba on two trips, the largest of the Antilles Islands. Other destination ports are Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos and the offshore island of Cayo Largo. MS Hamburg uses Havana as the port of departure or destination for its cruise program. In order to deepen the experience of Cuba, the ship guests are offered additional shore programs of several days in Cuba.

MS Hamburg

MS Hamburg


Plantours Kreuzfahrten is one of Germany's most experienced tour operators for deep sea and river trips. The Bremen-based company has received several awards for excellent routing beyond mass tourism at sea. The MS Hamburg is Germany's smallest cruise ship. Many of the worldwide cruises offered are expeditionary.

MS Hamburg in Bridgetown / Barbados

MS Hamburg in Bridgetown / Barbados


The ship is suitable for trips on the world's oceans and for selected river trips. Thanks to the size of the ship, the vast Amazon, but also smaller rivers such as the Thames or the Spanish Guadalquivir, are navigated. The Great Lakes of North America are also among the destinations of the ship. They are controlled via the St. Lawrence River.

The MS Hamburg, which offers a maximum of 400 guest beds, was first built in 1997 by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises under the name “C. Columbus ”. The 2012 meter long and 144 meter wide ship has been sailing under the Plantours flag since22. MS Hamburg was built by MTW in Wismar.

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