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Celestyal Crystal undergoing repairs in Perama, Greece; resumes service July 13

Celestyal Crystal undergoing repairs in Perama, Greece; resumes service July 13
Celestyal Crystal, which suffered damage to her bow following a collision with product tanker STI Pimlico off Gallipoli on June 27 is now in Perama, Greece undergoing repairs to ‘superficial damages’ informs Celestyal Cruises.

The diver’s official report confirmed there was no damage to the underwater areas of the vessel affecting her seaworthiness so the ship departed from Turkey following clearance from class society DVN GL and the local authorities.

The repairs will take around five days to complete according to Celestyal.

Celestyal Crystal is due to resumed scheduled itineraries on July 13, starting with a four day Idyllic cruise ex Lavrion.

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