MS Hanseatic Inspiration is a luxury expedition cruise ship built in 2017 for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. She offers in-depth exploration in several of the world’s most remote regions, including Antarctica, the Arctic and more tropical destinations such as the Caribbean and Amazon.
Catering to no more than 230 guests (dropping to 199 for sailings in Antarctic), MS Hanseatic Inspiration is the perfect choice if you are looking for a cruise on a modern vessel that combines five-star onboard luxury with facilities more commonly found on sea-hardened expedition ships.
MS Hanseatic Inspiration Cabins & Suites
The accommodation on Hanseatic Inspiration is divided between two main categories; cabins and suites. There are four different grades of cabin, two with private balconies and two with large picture windows.
All of the cabins on MS Hanseatic Inspiration are equipped with everything you will need to enjoy a comfortable journey no matter where you are in the world, including an en suite bathroom (complete with a rain forest-style shower), a mini-bar, an entertainment system and a heated wall for drying wet weather gear.
There are two grades of suite on MS Hanseatic Inspiration. As you might expect, these are larger than the cabins and boast private verandas, private living quarters, a dining area and even steam sauna - perfect for warming up after a day exploring ashore in the polar regions.
MS Hanseatic Inspiration Restaurants & Dining Venues
There are three dining venues on MS Hanseatic Inspiration. The ship’s main restaurant is the dining hub and here you can enjoy a mouth-watering variety of freshly prepared dishes, served at your table. The main restaurant can serve up to 178 guests and is available on an open-seating basis.
Those looking for something a little different are advised to book a table in the ship’s speciality restaurant. With creative menus designed to bring to together exciting flavours from Japan and Peru, and set amongst a pleasing backdrop of wood paneling and large windows, this unique dining option is a must if you wish to give your taste buds a real treat.
Finally, a third venue - The Bistro - offers a more informal option, as well as the choice to dine outside under an open sky should you wish.
MS Hanseatic Inspiration Entertainment & Facilities
As MS Hanseatic Inspiration primarily functions as an expedition ship, the entertainment onboard cannot be compared to similar sized vessels offering more ‘classic’ cruise experiences. Instead, the entertainment is designed to be educational and enriching. Examples of this are the HanseAtrium, which is used to host the ship’s briefings and lecture programme; and the Ocean Academy, an interactive space designed for those with an interest in science.
For drinks and relaxation, the HanseAtrium is open during the evening, while the ship’s Observation Lounge provides the perfect environment for catching up with new friends.
For exploration ashore, MS Hanseatic Inspiration has a fleet of Zodiacs which can be deployed up to twice daily, depending on the conditions. These are used to carry guests to landing zones or to observe wildlife at close quarters.
MS Hanseatic Inspiration also has a water-sports marina located to the rear of the ship. In warmer climates, such as the Amazon, guests are offered the opportunity to borrow equipment such as paddle boards and kayaks in order to indulge in a little independent exploration.
Every voyage on MS Hanseatic Inspiration is accompanied by a multilingual Expedition Team who will lead excursions ashore and all lecture programmes.
Other facilities include:
- Spa & Fitness Suite
- H6,781 square foot pool area
- Sun-deck (with two glass balconies that extend over the ship’s edge)
For more information regarding cruising on Hanseatic Inspiration, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677. Alternatively, please make an online enquiry for your preferred sailing.
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Hanseatic Inspiration Cruises
|7 Mar 2021||Wild South Africa - Cape Town to Walvis Bay||15 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|22 Mar 2021||Walvis Bay to Sal||11 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|2 Apr 2021||Madeira, Canary Islands & Cape Verde - Sal to Funchal||13 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|2 Apr 2021||Spring awakens in the Atlantic||12 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|15 Apr 2021||Funchal to Bilbao||13 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|28 Apr 2021||Bilbao to Hamburg||9 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|7 May 2021||Hamburg to Travemuende||5 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|12 May 2021||Travemuende to Bremerhaven||5 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|17 May 2021||Bremerhaven to Reykjavik||12 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|17 May 2021||Bremerhaven - Reykjavik||12 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|29 May 2021||Circumnavigation of Iceland - Reykjavik Roundtrip||10 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|8 Jun 2021||Reykjavik to Kangerlussuaq||14 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|17 Jun 2021||Circumnavigation of Iceland - Reykjavik Roundtrip||10 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|22 Jun 2021||Greenland with Disko Bay - Kangerlussuaq to Goose Bay||14 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|
|2 Jul 2021||Kangerlussuaq to Kangerlussuaq||16 days||Hanseatic Inspiration|