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The inside story of a record-breaking canal cruise that was two years in the planning

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Cruise ships can on occasion fetch into tight spots, but final week was as soon as a full-on breathe-in moment for Fred Olsen’s Braemar when it become the greatest vessel to head by Greece’s Corinth Canal.

Passengers crowded on to the decks for this file-breaking passage, which took accurate under two hours, because the ship painstakingly inched its manner along the 3.9-mile canal with accurate a nail-biting 70cm to spare on every facet.

Captain Jozo Glavic admitted that the transit had long past more without peril than he anticipated and paid tribute to the two tugboats on the ship’s fore and aft, and three Corinth Canal pilots who came aboard to help e-book Braemar by the narrow channel that hyperlinks the Ionian and Aegean seas.

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