Swan Hellenic’s third ship floated out

SH Diana on schedule for mid-April 2023 launch

Swan Hellenic‘s newest and largest ship in its ultramodern 5-star vessels, SH Diana, was floated out of dry dock at Helsinki Shipyard this week.

SH Diana’s fitting out is already underway, leaving her on schedule for her maiden cruise on 15 April 2023. The ‘Mysteries of Carthage and the Moors’ itinerary will depart Palermo, Italy for Lisbon, Portugal, before Diana makes her way up the West Atlantic seaboard of Europe for explorations of the Arctic.

Andrea Zito, CEO of Swan Hellenic Limited, said: “We are delighted with the construction progress and quality of SH Diana, a Polar Class PC6 vessel with state-of-the-art ship technology and sustainability that will enter service as planned in April.

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“We look forward to welcoming our guests aboard her to experience our cultural expedition cruises with the first-time option of choosing between shore exploration by tender boat as well as expedition zodiac.”

Kim Salmi, CEO of Helsinki Shipyard said, “With exemplary co-operation between our personnel, owners representatives and our multiple contractors and suppliers, SH Diana has reached maturity for this milestone and was floated out. Works will now continue with intense commissioning phase, preparing her for passengers in April.”

SH Diana has a capacity of 192 guests in 96 staterooms and suites, whereas SH Vega and SH Minerva accommodate 152 guests in 76 staterooms and suites.

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