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Crystal Serenity Arrives at Liverpool

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2011

CRYSTAL SERENITY of Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) is seen arriving at Liverpool Cruise Terminal on the morning of July 28, 2011. CRYSTAL SERENITY was constructed by Chantiers d' Atlantique at St. Nazaire, France in 2003. She has a maximum speed of 22k, weighs in at 68870grt carries 1080 passengers in 635 cabins. She is 250m long with a beam of 32.2 metres. This is her second call at Liverpool - her first being in 2006, when she anchored mid river as the cruise terminal had yet to be constructed.

CRYSTAL SERENITY departed Dover on a Round the British Isles Itinerary on July 22, calling at Lerwick - July 24, Rosyth - July 25, Belfast - July 27, Liverpool - July 28, Dublin - July 29, Waterford - July 30, Guernsey - August 01, arriving back at Dover on August 02. The Ship commenced her arrival swing at around 07:15 and just north of Prince's Jetty and was secure along side on schedule at 08:00.


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