Second Cruise Ship to Visit Region
Media release from Nelson Tasman Tourism
Cruise Ship to Visit Region
cruise ship MS Bremen will be in the Nelson Tasman region on
Monday the 11th March. Dropping off passengers at both
Totaranui and Kaiteriteri the 188 passenger ship will spend
the day in the region as part of its world tour.
passengers will disembark to experience the Abel Tasman
National Park with Wilsons Abel Tasman and Farewell Spit
with Farewell Spit Eco Tours. On board will be mostly German
passengers, with the Bremen noted as an “expeditionary”
ship meaning its passengers are generally more active and
adventurous than average cruise
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