Cruises with Hapag-Lloyd
For unique voyages on small ships to some of the planet's most beautiful destinations, Hapag-Lloyd is the perfect choice. Whether you've never cruised before, want to try something different from the larger ships or are a seasoned adventurer, you'll find everything you need and more onboard as you visit memorable ports of call along the way.
Hapag-Lloyd Cruise Deals
21 July 2022
Alaska & Inside Passage from Seward£9,149pp
03 October 2021
Volcanic Rock & Radiant Nature from Palma, Majorca£5,681pp
18 July 2022
Balearic Islands & Cote d'Azur from Malaga£4,750pp
12 February 2022
Fiji, Hawaii & Relaxation At Sea£10,200pp
28 April 2021
Bilbao to Hamburg£4,199pp
17 May 2021
Bremerhaven to Reykjavik£5,928pp
08 June 2021
Reykjavik to Kangerlussuaq£9,054pp
12 May 2021
Travemuende to Bremerhaven£2,299pp
31 October 2021
Atlantic from Boston to Colon£2,755pp
Hapag-Lloyd: Life on-board
- Total cruises 80
- Fleet: 2 Ships
- Destinations: 24
From elegant staterooms to spacious public areas and restaurants that will lead you on a culinary journey at every mealtime, as well as a water sports platform on each ship, there's never a dull moment on a Hapag Lloyd cruise.
Combining world-class cuisine with casual elegance, dining during your Hapag-Lloyd cruise is a special occasion whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner. With no set dining windows and various restaurants to choose from, mealtimes can suit your tastes and schedules. While venues vary between ships, some favourites are:
- Restaurant Tarragon- flavour-packed classic dishes with a modern twist
- Sushi Restaurant Sakura- boasting maki, nigiri, sashimi and more, this is the place to go for authentic Japanese fare
While the focus on a cruise with Hapag-Lloyd is on the destinations and shore excursions, evenings onboard can be just as unforgettable. With various bars and lounges where you can either enjoy a drink or be blown away by the live entertainment, you can do something different every night.
When you're not on shore excursions you can make memories by exploring what there is to do onboard. From modern gyms with all the equipment needed for an intensive workout to a swimming pool, spa and expert lectures on the destinations, your time on the ship can be as fast paced or as relaxed as you like.
What's more, for those looking for more of a thrill, several ships come equipped with a watersports marina, meaning guests can get off the ship and explore the inviting ocean on zodiacs, sailing boats, kayaks and more.
Specially designed for expedition cruises, each ship in the Hapag-Lloyd fleet is equipped to take guests to remote locations, all while making the most of their time at sea thanks to the fantastic onboard facilities.
Hapag-Lloyd ship classes explained
With a guest capacity of no more than 500 guests, Hapag Lloyd's small ships are able to access the remote, more exclusive ports other ships can’t reach in destinations including the Middle East, Central America and Alaska.
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Hapag-Lloyd Covid-19 safety measures
Before sailing, guests must have filled out a health questionnaire, and at embarkation they will undergo health screening and temperature checks, all while maintaining social distancing.
Social distancing continues onboard thanks to reduced ship capacity, smaller groups for entertainment and activities, fewer tables in restaurants and extended dining times. Self-service buffets will also be replaced by table service. In addition, guests will be given facemasks, and conveniently located disinfectant stations will encourage frequent handwashing.
Cleaning protocols have also been altered, with frequently touched surfaces being disinfected every half an hour, cabins and suites cleaned three times a day and a deep cleaning taking place between cruises.