Previously on July 17th 2011, Astor visited Harwich International Port. Whilst the ship was berthed alongside the cruise terminal our previously especially assigned drawing of Astor was kindly presented aboard the vessel on our behalf by Harwich International Port.
After having our drawing presented aboard Astor on July 17th 2011, we were delighted that the vessel would be visiting Harwich International Port twice during 2012. We took the opportunity to contact Transocean Kreuzfahrten to request permission to visit their ship and officially present our new drawing to the captain and his crew.
Due to the ever exceeding excellence of our drawings our staff therefore took the decision to especially assign a brand new drawing of Astor. We were delighted when Transocean Kreuzfahrten accepted our request and granted us permission to visit Astor at Harwich International Port on August 16th 2012.
Whilst outside the Hanse Bar on one of the ship’s sun terraces at the stern of the vessel Harry and Gavin enjoyed drinks and light refreshments together with the Cruise Director’s Assistant.
Upon finishing their lunch Harry and Gavin then spent the remainder of their time aboard Astor viewing the ship’s amenities for themselves, before disembarking the vessel at approximately 14:30.
“ It was a pleasure to be able to join Harry aboard Transocean Kreuzfahrten’s Astor at Harwich International Port last week. As my first ever visit aboard a cruise ship I was overwhelmed by the magnitude of the vessel and the friendliness of the crew on board.”
“I was delighted that Gavin and I had the chance to visit Transocean Kreuzfahrten’s elegant and classic ship Astor. We both had a most enjoyable time aboard the vessel and were honoured and privileged to meet with Captain Sergey Strusevych to officially present my new drawing of Astor.”
“ I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff at Transocean Kreuzfahrten and the Captain and crew aboard Astor. We hope to continue our connection and friendship with Transocean Kreuzfahrten and look forward to visiting Astor again in the not too distant future.”