Bremen Ship Review
Refurbished in 2008 and built in 1990 at the Mitsubishi Shipyard in Kobe, Japan, the Bremen has a rich history of sailing the world's most exotic itineraries and even discovered a previously uncharted Antarctic island in 2003. The island was named Bremeninsel in the ship's honor. Of all expedition lines, Hapag-Lloyd is arguably the best at maintaining a luxurious cruise experience in some of the world's most remote locations. Most cruises are German and English speaking.
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