|Pampa Cruises Charters Delphin for 5 Years for Cruises from Brazil to South America.|
The new start up cruise line, Pampa Cruises is planning to offer cruise departing from the South American ports of Santos, Salvador and Recife in Brazil, as well as Buenos Aires and Ushuaia . The new cruise line will operate the classic cruise ship, Delphin which has been laid up in Croatia for the last 7 years. The Delphin is considered to be an intimate vessel at 16,331 tons and 640 passengers..
The Delphin was originally built as the Bellorussya and then later renamed the Kazakhstan II for the Soviet owned cruise line - Black Sea Shipping. Constructed in 1974 as a sleek passenger / cruise ferry, the ship was extensively refurbished in 1993 and converted into a cruise ship and fitted with all the luxuries a modest size ship can provide. The ship has chartered to many cruise lines over the years including Australian and German Interests.
Under her new owners, Pampa Cruises, ports of call are expected to span - Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and possible longer cruises venturing up the west coast of South America. Although a name has not been chosen for the ship yet, the ship appears to be in remarkable condition. for her age.
Pampa Cruises has chartered the ship for 5 years and cruises are expected to begin as early as October 2018.
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