MS Artania visiting the city of tribes Galway on a 14 days trip around the British Islands in Sunday 25th August 2019 departing  in Bremerhaven (Bremen) on 19th August

Artania captured in Galway on Sunday 25th August 2019 on 14 days, round-trip ‘Die grose Reise rund um Grosbritannien’ departing in Bremenhaffen on August 19th
The 44,656-ton, 1,200-passenger cruise ship Artania was built in 1984 (in Helsinki) as the MS Royal Princess for Princess Cruises Named ‘Royal Princes’ by the Princes of Wales, Lady Diana | On Sunday 25th August 35 years old cruise ship stopping in Galway while on 14 days round around British Islands | on the photo is the beauty captured from the Letteragh Road in Galway Featuring the Panorama of the Galway City West | | Photo by Darius Ivan divmedia.ie

230 meters long cruise ship with 594 cabins served by 537 crew members have had cruised as ‘The Royal Princess’ until April 2005 when she was transferred to the control of P&O Cruises and was renamed Artemis. Later In 2011, she moved to Phoenix Reisen’s fleet a German-based travel agency and cruise ship operator in 2011, under the modified name of Artania.


Artania leaving Galway Bay heading towards Cork on Sunday 25th August 2019 | Photo by Lubomír Baka

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Posted by Darius Ivan

Journalist, Photographer and Designer VR360 content creator

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