National Geographic Islander 2 accidents and incidents
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- renamed from MegaStar Taurus in 2015
- renamed from Crystal Esprit in 2022
- 2016 - several cruises were canceled due to extended drydock
April 2016Structural and Technical Issues
(Crystal Esprit) Due to planned for the yacht refurbishment that took longer than expected, the following cruise itineraries in the Mediterranean were officially canceled. The ship’s itinerary program continued as scheduled from April 24, 2016 (leaving from Venice Italy).
Passengers on the canceled (April 17) departure received a full refund, reimbursement of nonrefundable travel expenses and airline fees. All booked customers were also given the option of either a free cruise on Crystal Esprit (itineraries 2016 or 2017) or a free cruise on the fleet mate Crystal Symphony (departure April 17, 2016, Venice to Piraeus-Athens), plus USD 1250 pp in onboard credit.
Next are listed all the yacht's pre-scheduled, then cancelled itineraries.
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