BREMEN

The Hapag-Lloyd Cruise liner visited Bluff on 11th January, 2001, which is the southern most port on mainland New Zealand between a Australasian cruise and a cruise to the Antarctic. The following photos were taken in Bluff.

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This view taken from Bluff Hill at 8am shows the "Bremen" docked at the old wharf in the centre of the photo.

 

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A bows view with the Tiwai Point Aluminium smelter chimney at left.

 

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A stern view of the "Bremen"

 

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At left we can see the wharf sign which announces that the "Bremen" will depart Bluff at 2200 hours and that passengers need to be on board by 2130 hours.
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The gangway of the "Bremen" with Cruise Director Jan Bryde at right.

 

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Luggage of departing passengers waiting on the wharf

 

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A view of the pursers office on board "Bremen"

 

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The main Lounge on board "Bremen"

 

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The rear sun deck on the "Bremen"

 

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Two of the "Bremen's" zodiac craft used for shore excursions.


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