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Cruise ship skipped port call due to bad weather
The "Berlin" called at the Columbus Quay in Bremerhaven in the afternoon of Aug 1, 2019, one day earlier as planned with 350 passengers on board. The ship, which had sailed from Ijmuiden had skipped the scheduled call at Harlingen due to adverse weather. The terminal offered a bus-shuttle into the city.
Cruise cut short due to aggregate damage
The "Berlin" had to remain at the Columbus quay in Bremerhaven since June 20, 2019, after an aggregate on board had broken and was in need of repairs. The next four-day trip should have started that day and go via Amsterdam and Oostende to Zeebrugge. 240 passengers had booked the sailing. They may their money back now, but they could still stay on the ship if they wanted. Only 40 guests did not accept the offer and returned home one night later. 200 guests stayed on board. The ship finally sailed on June 22 at 10 a.m. after completion of repairs and headed directly to Zeebruggeg, where on June 24 the next cruise is due to start.
Rescue boat not fit for service - ship was held in Dublin
The port authority of Dublin carried out a control of the safety means aboard the "Berlin" after the ship had berthed in port on June 14, 2018, coming from Belfast. They found out that the rescue boat 6 was not fit for service. The ship was detained until the defiency was rectified. Passengers who had planned to board the ship at the CCC Bremerhaven as schedlued on June 18 had to be flown to Dublin to board the ship.News schreiben