Wednesday, 19 June 2013

M/S Vision of the Seas and M/S Europa in the Nordic summer night.

Early this morning the M/S Vision of the Seas and the M/S Europa were going southwards in the Sound on their way to Copenhagen. There is already quite a lot of light between 4 AM and 5 Am in Scandinavia this time of the year, as you can see from the photos below. 

The Royal Caribbean's M/S Vision of the Seas (279 m x 35.6 m) is based in Northern European ports during the summer season. The ship, which made its maiden voyage in 1998, can carry a maximum of 2,435 passengers and 765 crew.

Hapag-Lloyd's M/S Europa (198 m x 24 m) entered service in 1999. The Europa, which for twelve years in row was awarded the title "best cruise ship in the world" by Ward-Ranking and Berlitz, has a capacity for 408 passengers in 204 suites.

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