Mein Schiff 2 accidents and incidents

Mein Schiff 2 cruise ship

Former names
Meyer Werft TUI hull 1393

Length (LOA)
316 m / 1037 ft

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  • Coronavirus - 2021 (5 crew)

August 2021Cruise Illness / Virus Outbreaks

(Coronavirus) In August 2021, during a Mediterranean voyage, a total of 5 crew tested positive for Coronavirus/COVID-19.

The ship was operating a 10-day itinerary (roundtrip from homeport Palma de Mallorca) visiting Civitavecchia-Rome, La Spezia, Cannes, Marseille, Barcelona, and Ibiza.

Reportedly, the first infected was an employee in Insel der Seerauber/Pirates Island (Kids Club). The facility was immediately closed and the crew was isolated. The first-degree contact persons were identified and also tested COVID-positive.

All the 924 passengers were tested, with all tests returning negative. The infected crew experienced only mild symptoms and were quarantined on land. All shipboard areas were temporarily closed and disinfected using electrical spray machines.

24 July 2020Other Incidents

On July 24, 2020, TUI's Schiff 2 departed from homeport Hamburg on a weekend roundtrip (cruise-to-nowhere) in the North Sea / Baltic Sea. On this 3-night special voyage, passengers spent the weekend at sea (without visiting any ports) prior to returning to Hamburg on July 27.

The liner's max occupancy was limited to 60% (to allow passengers to keep their distance from one another) but that level was not reached anyway as the ship carried ~1200 tourists. Crew and passengers were required to stay 1,5 m (5 ft) away from one another or wear face masks. The Lido buffet was waiter-served. Prior to boarding/embarkation, all passengers were required to fill out health questionnaires and also had their temperatures taken.

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