The Europa

Friday, 1 March 2013 - 01:05 pm (CET/MEZ) Berlin | Author/Destination:
Category/Kategorie: Hamburg, Cruise Ships, Yacht of the Month
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MS Europa at Sylt © Elbe1

MS Europa at Sylt © Elbe1

The MS Europa is a cruise ship owned and operated by the German company Hapag-Lloyd. It is the 4th ship to be named Europa in the company’s history. For twelve years in row, the MS Europa was awarded the title “best cruise ship in the world” by Ward-Ranking and Berlitz. Being designed as a luxury ship, all of her cabins are described as suites. There are 204 suites. Out of the 204 suites, 168 have their own private veranda. The largest suites are 915 sq. ft, and the smallest are 291 sq. ft.

MS Europa in Port of Hamburg © Photovision/cc-by-sa-2.0-de MS Europa in Tallinn © Pjotr Mahhonin/cc-by-sa-3.0 MS Europa in Nantes © Capitainefilip/cc-by-sa-3.0 MS Europa at Greenwich pier, London © geograph.org.uk - Stephen Craven/cc-by-sa-3.0 MS Europa in Venice © Florian Fuchs/cc-by-3.0 MS Europa at Sylt © Elbe1
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MS Europa at Greenwich pier, London © geograph.org.uk - Stephen Craven/cc-by-sa-3.0
The Europa was designed as a sleek, streamlined luxury cruise ship. Her design is comparable to other luxury ships such as Silver Shadow. Europa was one of the first ships designed with ABB Azipod propulsion system, implemented to reduce vibration towards the stern of the ship.

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