Non essential crew disembarked in Bremerhaven
On May 16 a number of crew members was able to disembark from the 'Mein Schiff 4' at the Columbus Cruise Center in Bremerhaven. TUI Cruises was able to organize the repatriation of the non-essential staff. After they have left the ship, it was due to set sail again back to its anchorage in the German Bight.
Cruise ship in Bremerhaven for supplies
The 'Mein Schiff 4' was due to berth in Bremerhaven on MAy 5 after having moored on the outer Weser anchorage for four weeks. The stay was planned for four days to take on board supplies and dispose of waste. All crew members on board have been tested for Covid-19 with negative results. Daily checks will be continued throughout the stay.
Cruise ship supplied, part of crew repatriated
The 'Mein Schiff 4' berthed at the Strom Quay in Bremerhaven in the morning of April 8 to get supplies. 100 crew members disembarked and were repatriated. 800 more remained on board. The ship will be moored on a Weser anchorage as TUI has cancelled all sailings until April 30.Upload News