Transatlantic cruise ship makes first visit
The recently launched Spirit of Discovery cruise ship rang in the new year in Dockyard on its first visit to Bermuda.
The ship, operated by Saga Cruises, arrived last Tuesday morning from New York with 506 crew members and 873 passengers for a one-night stay.
The ship left the next day for the final leg of its 35-day journey and will end in Southampton in Britain.
The Spirit of Discovery was launched on July 10 and was designed for the British market and passengers aged 50 or older.
The wheelchair-friendly vessel has 540 staterooms, all with private balconies, four restaurants, several bars and a fitness complex.
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