Take a look at the video above showing the Magellan cruise ship in all its glory. A drone films the vessel sailing up the North Sea Canal near Amsterdam, Netherlands earlier in November.
The cruise ship has a long history and many f you probably recognise it as the ‘Holiday’ when it was operated by Carnival Cruise Line. The ship first entered service for Carnival back in 1985 and at the time started a new era for the growing cruise company. Carnival then transferred the ship to Spanish based Iberocruceros where the vessel sailed until the Global Maritime Group purchased the ship at the end of 2014.
Now the ship is called Magellan and is operated by Cruise & Maritime Voyages. The cruise line is based in the UK and now has four vessels since its formation in 2010.
The ship is currently sailing a 33 Nights Treasures of the West Indies cruise which is scheduled to arrive back in London, UK on December 7. Magellan has a passenger capacity of 1,250 at double occupancy and is 46,050 gross tons.
How much does this video inspire you? Let us know in the comments below if you would also consider cruising on this old but refreshed ship.