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Exclusive Hanseatic Nature cruise liner coming to Liverpool this weekend

By James McNeill

An exclusive expedition ship will be docking in Liverpool this week.

The Hanseatic nature only holds 230 passengers and it aims to take you 'beyond the reaches' of larger cruise ships. Construction on the ship first started in 2017 and took two years to complete and had its maiden voyage out of Hamburg in 2019.

Sprawling across its seven decks the ship has three restaurants, two bars and it even has three extendable glass balconies for passengers to walk along. Unlike other ships, the main restaurant onboard creates the menu around where the ship drops anchor and chefs change the menu.

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The ship also has a specialty restaurant called the 'Hamptons' which offers delicacies from North America's east coast. For those who like an alfresco dining experience, the Lido restaurant offers indoor-outdoor seating.

Experts will always be present on the open deck to provide background information and valuable details for the places you pass on your travels. They will also give daily presentations in the HanseAtrium, a separable multifunctional lounge with state-of-the-art technology and large LED screens on the walls and below the ceiling which also doubles up into a bar a night.

If sighting seeing is not enough the ship also has 17 Zodiacs. Zodiacs are inflatable boats that allow passengers to go ashore in remote locations and get closer to nature during their voyage.

The ship will be arriving in Liverpool on May 15 leaving for the Isle of Man the same day. From there it will travel to the Isle of Iona in Scotland traveling around the country eventually landing in Aberdeen on May 20.

For more information visit their website here.

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