Bremen was constructed in 1990 and has been operated by Hapag-Lloyd Expedition Cruises since 1993. Bremen carries 12 Zodiacs for shore excursions and has a helicopter pad. It cruises remote locations around the globe, including the polar regions. The 6,752 tonne ship has six passenger decks and can accommodate 155 passengers and 94 crew.
Bremen has 80 outside cabins and two suites. The staterooms are all equipped with amenities such as flat-screen television, DVD player, in-room safe, plush bathrobe, mini bar and individual air-conditioning control. The suites a private balcony and sitting areas.
The dining room has open seating for breakfast and lunch, and assigned seating for dinner. It has big picture windows and serves a good variety of high-quality dishes. Buffet breakfast and lunch are also available in The Club or outside on the Lido Deck, which also operates a grill when weather permits.
Bremen has a small fitness room with an ocean view, a swimming pool and a sauna. The hair salon and beauty parlour offer various services such as manicure, pedicure, hair styling, colouring and hair cutting and massages are also available. There are also numerous expert presentations and a well-stocked library on board.
Bremen does not have specific facilities or activities for children. It is recommended for adults and mature cruisers.
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Settle in for a luxury voyage as you sail from Sydney to Singapore on board Cunard’s elegant Queen Elizabeth.
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In Sydney, you’ll embark the exquisite Queen Elizabeth. Stunning accommodation and the most exceptional fine dining you’ll ever experience at sea are just some of this ship’s glamorous delights. Settle into your luxury surroundings as you set sail for Singapore, discovering a wealth of captivating destinations along the way.