powered with LNG, has left Meyer Werft’s building dock in Papenburg,
Cruises’ newbuilding in the evening hours of August 21.
Meyer Werft’s outfitting pier where its mast and funnel cladding will be
performed on the ship’s engines and acceptance procedures by the shipowners
will also take place.
maiden season with cruises around the Canary Islands. Before those cruises get
underway, the new ship will come to Hamburg. On December 2, 2018, the
6,600-passenger vessel will visit the Hanseatic City on the Elbe, after which
she will head for Gran Canaria.
AIDAnova can be operated both in port and at sea with the currently most
environmentally friendly and lowest-emission fossil fuel.
Conservation Union’s (NABU) 2018 cruise ship ranking as the
ship does not use heavy fuel oil.
which were checked, even eight out of nine new vessels coming into the market
this year, will continue to use HFO, according to the association.