ms Cyrano de Bergerac accidents and incidents
111 m / 364 ft
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|April 2020||Other Incidents|
In mid-April 2020, the shipowner CroisiEurope allowed using the riverboat Cyrano de Bergerac as hotel ship (free of charge) to house healthcare personnel working at hospitals in Bordeaux (France). The ship was laid-up in Bordeaux since April 10 after CroisiEurope suspended passenger shipping operations fleetwide due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.
The Seine River-based fleetmate Botticelli (homeported in Paris, France) was also used as a free hotel for healthcare workers in Paris City.
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