Monday, 30 July 2018
The classical cruise ship MS Serenissima in Öresund
The classical cruise ship MS Serenissima was early this morning on
its way from Skagen to Helsingör:
"The charming MS Serenissima began her career (in 1960) as the Harald Jarl, cruising the Norwegian coastline and fjords. Since 2003, when she was extensively renovated, she has been operating as a classic cruise ship. Previously known as the MS Andrea, she was upgraded again in 2013 and started her new life as the MS Serenissima. With her small size she can navigate into small, remote ports inaccessible to the big cruise ships and appears an impressive sight when moored. With her fleet of Zodiacs, she is capable of both destination and expedition cruising. In December 2018, the vessel will once again undergo a significant refurbishment and after a re-configuration of the deck plan will accommodate a maximum of just 95 guests."
Posted by NNoN at 08:05