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Vasco Da Gama back in business but sadly not in Australia.

January 21, 2021 Cruise News, Headline News No Comments

The very popular in Australia former CMV Vasco Da Gama will be operating soon, but sadly not in Australia, but under Mystic Cruises’ German-based cruise brand, Nicko.

The cruise line said on its website, “With the popular Vasco Da Gama the latest addition to the fleet in the Nicko Cruises family, you can discover the world from 2021”, adding, “Small enough for a family atmosphere, big enough for a fantastic onboard experience and personal freedom,”

The statement added, “Look forward to exciting routes in the Baltic States as well as Northern and Western Europe. More destinations are being planned”, with according to the website, Vasco Da Gama sailings are available for bookings in January, but again sadly Aussies cannto travel internationally yet.

In October 2020, Mystic Cruises confirmed that it acquired the Vasco Da Gama at auction, with Mario Ferreira, president of Mystic Invest Holding, then saying that buying the former 1993-built Cruise & Maritime Voyages was an opportunity to grow the company’s current fleet and to better position it for the expected uptake of the market after the COVID-19 pandemic, adding that the 1,258-guest Vasco da Gama will help expand Nicko’s footprint, and the ship already has a presence in the German-speaking market, having sailed under the Transocean banner for Cruise & Maritime Voyages, which went into administration in July 2020.

A report by John Alwyn-Jones

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