Hanseatic nature and Hanseatic inspiration: Preview Brochure 2019-2020.

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#3
Charlotte, NC
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Joined Jan 2009
So exciting. Thanks for sharing.
I think the US Great Lakes itineraries look interesting.
Would be curious to see that area of my country through the eyes of Hapag-Lloyd.
#4
1,252 Posts
Joined Jun 2003
Originally posted by ededmd
So exciting. Thanks for sharing.
I think the US Great Lakes itineraries look interesting.
Would be curious to see that area of my country through the eyes of Hapag-Lloyd.
Especially on an expedition ship.

Fortunately the Hanseatic inspiration is the bilingual ship.
#5
Vale of Glamorgan
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Joined Aug 2007
Originally posted by English Voyager
Apology for error in thread title.

It should of course be 2019-2020.
Fixed it
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#7
Florida
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Joined Feb 2010
Several excellent itineraries. I would love to go back to the Chilean Fjords. On our cruise, the clouds were so low that we never saw the tops of the mountains.
#8
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Joined Jun 2003
I have received this morning from Hapag-Lloyd Cruises the full English language Preview Brochure for the Hanseatic inspiration.

The full catalogue will be published towards the end of January 2018.