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International Cruises, Phoenix Reisen

PHOENIX REISEN

        Phoenix Reisen is a German travel agency that also has business in cruise industry. It operates a cruise line with a fleet of several ships, in which all ships are chartered from other owners. Before 2004 there were only Maxim Gorkiy and Albatros <I>, but in recent years they were replaced by newer ships. All the ships in the fleet today have their names beginning with the letter "A", and are painted in green lines on the hulls and on funnels, the characteristic colour of Phoenix Reisen.

        The ships are all in classic styles where intimate service was provided, mainly for elderly German passengers. They sail in the Baltic region, Mediterranean, Caribbean and South America. World cruises are offered once per year on either Amadea or Albatros, or both, that last for four months approximately.
 


Ship(s) in Operation

 

Ship

Amadea

Albatros

Entered Service

1991 October

1973 November

Builder

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki (Japan)

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

Original Cost

US$150 million

US$22.5 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

29008 tons

28078 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

192.8 x 24.7 x 7.1 (m), 632.5 x 81.0 x 23.3 (ft)

205.5 x 25.2 x 7.6 (m), 673.9 x 82.7 x 24.8 (ft)

Speed

17 knots, 19 knots (maximum)

15 knots, 18 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

8

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

306 (0, 190, 116)

442 (64, 369, 9)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

612 / 630

884 / 1100

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

47.40 / 46.04

31.76 / 25.53

Total Crew

280, European / Filipino

340, European / Filipino

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.19 / 2.25

2.60 / 3.24

Navigation Officers

German

German

IMO Number, Call Sign

8913162, C6VE9

7304314, C6CN4

Sister Ships

/

Black Watch, Boudicca (Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines)

History

1991-2006: Asuka (Asuka Cruise)
2006- : Amadea (Phoenix Reisen)

1973-1991: Royal Viking Sea (Royal Viking Line)
1991-1997: Royal Odyssey <II>
     (Royal Cruise Line)
1997-1998: Norwegian Star <I>
     (Norwegian Cruise Line)
1998-2001: Norwegian Star
     (Norwegian Capricorn Line)
2001-2002: Norwegian Star 1 (Star Cruises)
2002-2004: Crown (Mare Nostrum Cruises)
2004- : Albatros (Phoenix Reisen)

 

Ship

Artania

Entered Service

1984 November

Builder

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

Original Cost

US$165 million

Registry

Hamilton, Bermuda

Gross Tonnage

44588 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

230.6 x 29.6 x 7.8 (m), 756.4 x 97.1 x 25.6 (ft)

Speed

15 knots, 18 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

9

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

600 (0, 444, 156)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1200 / 1300

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

37.16 / 34.30

Total Crew

420, European / Filipino

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.86 / 3.10

Navigation Officers

German

IMO Number, Call Sign

8201480, ZCDM7

Sister Ships

/

History

1984-2005: Royal Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
2005-2011: Artemis (P&O Cruises)
2011- : Artania (Phoenix Reisen)

 

Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

Maxim Gorkiy

Alexander von Humboldt <II>

Entered Service

1969 March

1990 December

Builder

Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Hamburg
(Germany)

Union Naval de Levante, Valencia (Spain)

Original Cost

UK£5.6 million

US$95 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

24981 tons

15400 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

194.7 x 26.6 x 8.3 (m), 638.6 x 87.2 x 27.2 (ft)

152.5 x 20.6 x 5.8 (m), 500.2 x 67.6 x 19.0 (ft)

Speed

18 knots

14 knots, 16 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

8

7

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

322 (120, 202, 0)

260 (30, 220, 10)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

644 / 780

520 / 560

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

38.65 / 31.91

29.62 / 27.50

Total Crew

340, European / Filipino

240, European / Filipino

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.89 / 2.29

2.17 / 2.33

Navigation Officers

Russian / Ukrainian

German

IMO Number, Call Sign

6810627, C6IQ5

8709573, C6WC2

Sister Ships

/

/

History

1969-1973: Hamburg (Deutsche Atlantik Linie)
1973-1973: Hanseatic <III> (Hanseatic Tours)
1973-1974: [laid up]
1974-1988: Maksim Gorkiy (Black Sea Shipping)
1988-1991: Maksim Gorkiy (Phoenix Reisen)
1991-2009: Maxim Gorkiy (Phoenix Reisen)

2009-2009: Marco Polo II (Orient Lines)
     [planned but never operated]
2009: sold for scrap in Alang, India

1990-1993: Crown Monarch (Crown Cruise Line)
1993-1994: Cunard Crown Monarch (Cunard Line)
1994-1996: Nautican (Commodore Cruise Line)
1996-2005: Warlus (gambling ship)
2005-2007: [laid up]
2007-2008: Jules Verne (Terre de Croisières)
2008-2008: Alexander von Humboldt <II>
     (Phoenix Reisen)
     [originally named Alexander con Humboldt II]
2008-2011: [laid up]
2011-2012: Alexander von Humboldt (Bamtur)
2012- : Voyager (Voyagers of Discovery)

 

Ship

Alexander von Humboldt <I>

Albatros <I>

Entered Service

1990 / 1996 April

1957 June

Builder

Okean Shipyard, Nikolajev (Ukraine) /
T. Mariotti S.p.A., Genoa (Italy)

John Brown & Company, Clydebank (Scotland)

Original Cost

(originally built as a naval ship)

unknown

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

12449 tons

24803 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

133.0 x 20.0 x 5.8 (m), 436.2 x 65.6 x 19.0 (ft)

185.4 x 24.5 x 8.9 (m), 608.1 x 80.4 x 29.3 (ft)

Speed

16 knots

20 knots

Passenger Decks

6

11

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

178 (52, 114, 12)

447 (215, 232, 0)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

352 / 352

850 / 1500

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

35.37 / 35.37

29.18 / 16.54

Total Crew

160

340

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.20 / 2.20

2.50 / 4.41

Navigation Officers

European

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

9144196, C6NP5

5347245, C6LV3

Sister Ships

/

(ex-) Fedor Shalyapin (Black Sea Shipping)
(ex-) Leonid Sobinov (Black Sea Shipping)
(ex-) China Sea Discovery (China Sea Cruises)

History

1990-1996: Okean (Soviet navy)
1996-2003: Minerva (Swan Hellenic)
2003-2005: Saga Pearl (Saga Cruises) /
                 Explorer II (Abercrombie & Kent)
2005-2008: Alexander von Humboldt <I>
                 (Phoenix Reisen) /
                 Explorer II (Voyages of Discovery)
2008- : Minerva (Swan Hellenic)

1957-1968: Sylvania (Cunard Line)
1968-1970: [laid up]
1970-1988: Fairwind (Sitmar Cruises)
1988-1988: Sitmar Fairwind (Sitmar Cruises)
1988-1993: Dawn Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
1993-2004: Albatros <I> (Phoenix Reisen)
2004: sold for scrap in Alang, India

 

Ship

Athena

Entered Service

1948 February

Builder

Götaverken, Gothenburg (Sweden)

Original Cost

(originally built as a cruiseferry)

Registry

Madeira, Portugal

Gross Tonnage

16144 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

160.1 x 21.0 x 7.6 (m), 525.1 x 68.9 x 24.9 (ft)

Speed

14 knots, 16 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

276 (48, 220, 8)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

552 / 669

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

29.25 / 24.50

Total Crew

250, European / Asian

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.21 / 2.56

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

5383304, CQRV

Sister Ships

/

History

1948-1960: Stockholm <IV> (Swedish America Line)
1960-1985: Völkerfreundschaft (VEB Deutsche Seereederei / Stena Line)
1985-1986: Volker (Neptunus Rex Enterprises)
1986-1989: Fridtjof Nansen (floating hostel)
1989-1989: Surriento / Positano (StarLauro Cruises) [planned but never operated]
1989-1994: [laid up]
1994-1994: Italia I
1994-1995: Italia Prima (Nina Cia. di Navigazione)
1995-1998: Italia Prima (Neckermann Seereisen)
1998-2001: Valtur Prima (Valtur Tourism)
2001-2002: [laid up]
2002-2004: Caribe (Festival Cruises)
2004-2005: [laid up]
2005-2009: Athena (Classic International Cruises)
2009-2009: Athena (Phoenix Reisen)
2009- : Athena (Classic International Cruises)

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