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Hanseatic Inspiration

Bringing together discovery and luxury, Hanseatic Inspiration signals a new direction for Hapag-Lloyd with the launch of their expedition class of ships, which are 45- feet long and carry as few as 199 to 230 passengers.

Excellently appointed and tailored for maximum comfort, Hanseatic Inspiration features 120 modern cabins, many with balconies, three open-seating restaurants, two bars, wellness area, pool and whirlpool.

In addition, Hanseatic Inspiration is well-equipped and prepared for any expedition activities, including a sizable fleet of Zodiacs, the marina and two glass balconies for sightseeing from the ship.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service October 2019
Tonnage 15540
Number Of Decks 7
Number Of Elevators 2
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 3
Maximum Capacity 400
Crew 170

Ship Facilities

Hanseatic Inspiration boasts 3 excellent restaurant choices:

  • Hanseatic Restaurant- this is the ship’s main restaurant, serving all meals during the day. With an international menu that changes daily, mealtimes are varied and delicious.
  • Lido Restaurant- this buffet feast has everything you need for a satisfying meal.
  • Nikkei- don’t forget to make a reservation for this intimate fusion restaurant which expertly combines the flavours of Japan and South America.

There is no better way to wind down from a busy day exploring than with your favourite drink in hand, gazing out at the panoramic vistas. The two places onboard to do just this is at the Observation Lounge and the HanseAtrium where the relaxed ambience, attentive bartenders and exquisite drinks list make the perfect place to enjoy your evening.

Spa and Fitness

Hanseatic Inspiration is well-equipped for fitness enthusiasts to keep up with their workouts during the cruise. The fitness area features state-of-the-art equipment and an adjoining course room, all with an excellent view for guests to enjoy.

After a tiring day exploring, guests can unwind in the large spa complex with a range of soothing treatments and an adjoining outdoor terrace so guests can take in the open air and great views while they relax.


If you’d like to get more involved with your destination head to the marina where you can set out on one of the ship's 17 Zodiacs, ready for the up-close experiences exclusive to expedition ships. Various water-sports equipment is also available, including kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and snorkelling equipment, allowing guests to explore on their own in warm weather.

If you wish to stay onboard, then as well as the ship's central lounge and bar where activities and presentations are hosted, there is also a pool area with its own bar. The pool can be enjoyed no matter the weather thanks to its flexible canopy keeping you covered when you need to be.

Photographers and sightseers can stop by the Observation Deck at the front of the ship where the best views can be found. There are plenty of loungers here if you want to relax, along with mounted binoculars for scanning the horizon. Head a deck lower and you'll find the interior Observation Lounge which keeps you warm and comfortable while enjoying a 180-degree panoramic view.

Inquisitive guests can try out the Knowledge Studio and its interactive presentations, to see what you can learn about your destination and perhaps find some special gems to enhance your experience ashore.

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