Port Canaveral Welcomes Passengers, Crew of Visiting Port-of-Call Ship Mein Schiff 6

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first voyage to Bahamas, first call to Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral gave a warm Florida welcome this week to the passengers and crew of visiting port-of-call ship, Mein Schiff 6, on her inaugural 11-day Caribbean cruise out of New York City. (Port Canaveral image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Port Canaveral gave a warm Florida welcome this week to the passengers and crew of visiting port-of-call ship, Mein Schiff 6, on her inaugural 11-day Caribbean cruise out of New York City.

Launched in 2017, this is her first voyage to the Bahamas and Florida – and first call to Port Canaveral.

The 2,534-passenger vessel is part of the TUI Cruises – Mein Schiff fleet, based out of Germany.

SHIP STATS: Cruise line, TUI Cruises; Double occupancy/max occupancy, 2,790; Crew, 1,010; Year built, 2017; Tonnage, 99800; Length overall, 968 feet; Beam, 117 feet; Draught, 26 feet; Cruising speed, 22 knots; Flag, Malta; Class, Blue-Motion-Series.

Port Canaveral gave a warm Florida welcome this week to the passengers and crew of visiting port-of-call ship, Mein Schiff 6, on her inaugural 11-day Caribbean cruise out of New York City. (Port Canaveral image)

Port Canaveral gave a warm Florida welcome this week to the passengers and crew of visiting port-of-call ship, Mein Schiff 6, on her inaugural 11-day Caribbean cruise out of New York City. (Port Canaveral image)

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