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The 74-foot-wide cruise ship is very impressive passes safely by way of a ancient Greek the channel, that is 78 feet wide at its narrowest point, becoming the largest ship ever to pass through the uncertainties ahead.
With the 929, guests aboard Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ sold-out-MS Braemar to witness the record-breaking moment last week, when the 24,344-gross-ton, 640-foot-long vessel travelled through the four-mile Corinth Canal, in a press release, are detailed.
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The 74-foot-wide cruise ship is impressive, but is safely transferred by way of a ancient Greek the canal, measuring 78 feet wide at the narrowest point of the last week, becoming the largest ship ever to pass through the uncertainties ahead.
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“It’s so exciting to sail and will be a huge milestone in the Fred. Olsen’s 171-year history, and we are very pleased to have been able to share it with you,” Clare Ward, executive director of product and customer service, said of the news. “To Fred. An integral part of, and we aim to create memories that will last a lifetime, and the guests are on board Braemar are able to get so close to the edge of the Canal of Corinth, that they could almost touch it from the side, and we know that this is one vacation they will never forget.”
The Braemer had set sail from Southampton, England, and was en route to Italy for the 25th night of the “Canal of Corinth & the Greek Islands cruise, the courage to travel through the Canal of Corinth, in order to prevent the bypassing of about 430 km from the peninsula — and the “pure sensation,” the New York Post reports.
Fred. Olsen argues that the Braemar’s character is officially broke the existing record, making it the largest ship ever to pass through the waterway separating the Greek mainland and the Peloponnese peninsula.
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“[The canal], is an important navigational route, which once allowed ships to enter the mediterranean Sea. While it is steeped in over two millennia of history, it is the structure that we know today, was completed and used for the first time on the 28th of October, 1893,” the press release stated.
Braemar’s big moment had been two years in the making, as Fred’s. An integral part of reps, co-ordinated by the officers of the port, and the Canal of Corinth, The newspaper reported. Braemar, Captain Jozo Glavic thanks to the two tug boats, which have traveled with the ship, as well as the three-Canal of Corinth, of the pilots that helped with the navigation of the canal connecting the Ionian and Aegean seas.
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Passengers are packed on the deck to the record-breaking passenger, who is just under two hours, as the ship was carefully inched her way along the 3.9 mile canal, with only a nail-biting 70 cm (27.6 inches) to spend on each and every side of it.
“It was a very light touch, but it is the MS Braemar, made by the Canal of Corinth is not injured, what an experience!!! Well done to the captain, the crew and the pilot on board,” one Twitter user called out.
With its headquarters in Suffolk, England, and the Norwegian-owned Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines will work with just four ships in the ocean, the cruise fleet, according to its website.