Bahama Mama ferry accidents and incidents
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|08 June 2020||Other Incidents|
On June 8, 2020, at Port Algeciras (Spain) was carried out the cruise ship's first LNG bunkering (fueling with liquefied natural gas). The truck-to-ship operation was the first after Bahama Mama was retrofitted (at Gibdock Shipyard, Gibraltar UK) to be able to run on LNG.
On June 21, the cruiseferry officially started the new service on the route Barcelona-Ibiza Town (Balearic Spain), alternated with the weekend service Denia-Ibiza-Palma de Mallorca.
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