November. 3rd, 2020 - Düsseldorf-based VIVA Cruises have so far only offered river cruises on European rivers with ten ships. In April 2021, the company will venture out to sea with the MS SEAVENTURE. An eight-day Baltic Sea cruise will begin on April 18. The journey begins and ends in Bremerhaven.
The small expedition ship, measured at 6.752 GT, operated for Hapag Lloyd for a long time under the name Bremen. The 112 meter long ship was delivered by Mitsubishi in October 1990. It is now getting on in years, which is why it had to make way for new buildings at Hapag Lloyd. The ship has 82 cabins and suites for a maximum of 164 guests. 14 on-board Zodiacs allow smaller harbors and special locations to be approached.
MS SEAVENTURE © VIVA Cruises
The maiden voyage begins on April 18th and lasts until April 25th. In the Bremerhaven starting route leads the SEAVENTURE via Wismar, Stettin, Stralsund, Copenhagen, Heligoland and Hamburg back to Bremerhaven. The travel costs of the seven-night cruise start in the outside cabin from 2.795 euros per person. For this price level, guests receive the VIVA all-inclusive offer. This includes full board, high-quality drinks, soft drinks, coffee specialties and the always-filled minibar. Tips are included in the tour price. Flexible meal times and international cuisine are also offered. Local specialties from the regions visited are the focus of enjoyment. Spacious outside cabins, a fitness studio and a library increase travel pleasure.
MS Bremen in the port of Punta Arenas
The maiden voyage will be followed by more seven-night cruises. The trips run from Bremerhaven to Malmö, Kristiansand, Gothenburg, Sylt or Honfleur. The prices for these trips also start from 2.795 euros per person in the outside cabin. The best for last: If you book by December 31, 2020, guests will receive a voucher worth EUR 350 per person for the entire 2021 river portfolio from VIVA Cruises. The hygiene concept called VIVA's checklist, which has already proven itself on VIVA Cruises' river trips this year, is also implemented on the ocean-going ship.