Call at Falmouth cancelled due to inclement weather
The "Albatros" cancelled its planned visit to Cornwall on Sep 25, 2019. The ship was coming from Cherbourg expected to arrive in Falmouth around 7 a.m. and was due to set off for Bremerhaven again around 5 p.m. The call was cancelled due to poor weather. The ship was now headed directly to Germany with an ETA as of Sep 27, 5.20 a.m.
Crew member fled from board
A 25 year old crew member of the "Albatros" was suspected to have fled from the ship in Warnemünde on Aug 9, while the police was looking for him. The man of Indian nationality disembarked the vessel at 12.25 p.m. leaving behind his baggage on board. He had been on board for a week and had little contact during this time. Inquiries in hospitals and neighbuoring police departments about the man's whereabouts have yielded no further results. Therefore, the officials now assume that the Indian has illegally entered Germany. A preliminary investigation into a violation of the residence act was initiated and the man was searched for.
Cruise ship suffered bow thruster trouble
The "Albatros", coming from Rostock, had an unplanned call at the Lloyd Yard in Bremerhaven on Aug 11, 2019, after having suffered bow thruster trouble. The ship had returned to Bremerhaven as scheduled at 7.40 a.m. After the passengers were disembarked, the cruise ship was docked at the yard at 2.30 p.m. The repairs were expected to last until Aug 18 when the next cruise to Norway from the Columbus Quay in Bremerhaven was due to start. The ship left the port again on Aug 18 at 6 p.m. and headed to Norway.Upload News