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Hapag Lloyd cruises off many expedition sailings to Antarctica

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MS Bremen, Deluxe Sea Cruises

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 MS Bremen Expedition Cruises

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MS Bremen - Welcome to your personal expedition!

Is there a greater adventure than discovering the unbelievably rich nature of our planet or the treasures of exotic cultures? Whether in the ice landscapes of the Antarctic or in the rainforests of the Amazon region, whether visiting the Inuit or the home territory of the Indians – with the BREMEN, you will encounter the wonders of this world on spectacular routes. Thanks to the highest ice class for passenger ships (E4), the BREMEN penetrates even dense pack ice. Her shallow draught and enormous manoeuvrability enable her to sail through narrow fjords and meandering rivers. And whenever the BREMEN is faced with natural limits in the shape of reefs or hidden bays, you will continue your expedition with the Zodiacs. These versatile and powerful inflatables allow you to access even the most remote and unexplored paradise, spot endemic animals up close and get to know people and cultures on an in-depth level. On an “Expedition Knowledge”, you will experience a fascinating intellectual adventure. In the company of experts, you will see classical destinations and their art, architecture, economy and politics in a new light within the framework of these study cruises. Enjoy these unforgettable experiences together with a maximum of 164 guests aboard the BREMEN, our 4-star* expedition ship. We look forward to meeting you.

* rated by Berlitz Cruise Guide 2010

Route: 2010: Mediterranean, the Orient, Indian Ocean, South Africa
2011: Antarctic, South Seas, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia
2012: Antarctic, South America, Amazon
Expedition, Expedition Knowledge
Passengers: 164