Where is Club Med 2 now?
The current position of CLUB MED 2 is at Caribbean Sea (coordinates 18.6007 N / 65.49712 W) reported 3 days ago by AIS.
How many passengers Club Med 2?
Club Med Cruises Club Med 2
|Club Med 2|
|Year Last Refurbished||1996|
Who owns Club Med 2?
Club Med 2
|Wallis and Futuna|
|Port of registry||Mata-Utu|
|Route||Winter in Caribbean, summer in Mediterranean|
Why does Club Med use 45?
More than a simple piece of clothing, the 45 T-shirt is a sign of unity in the Resorts. It’s also a dress code: sold only in Villages, with the name of the Resort on the back. It can be worn to celebrate moments of sharing and to show that you belong to a second family, that of Club Med.
Why do words end in ship?
-Ship is a noun suffix. When you add it to the end of a word, that word becomes a noun. It can be added to a word that is already a noun. When that happens, the noun becomes a different noun.
What kind of ship is Club Med 2?
Club Med 2 is a five-masted computer-controlled staysail schooner owned and operated by Club Med and operated as a cruise ship. It combines the power of seven computer-operated sails with more traditional diesel-electric power, having four diesel generators that power two electric motors. Club Med 2 was launched in 1992 in Le Havre, France.
Who is the owner of Club Med cruise ship?
The 14,983-ton, 372-passenger cruise ship Club Med 2 is owned and operated by Club Med SA (fka Club Méditerranee) – French corporation (part of Fosun Group) specializing in premium all-inclusive vacation packages to its privately-owned resorts worldwide.
Is there a nurse on Club Med ships?
Club Med has implemented new hygiene and safety measures to offer you peace of mind and a most joyful experience. A nurse is present on board. A doctor is available on board for advisory purposes. The Club Med 2 is a majestic Club Med Exclusive Collection ship offering unforgettable stopovers.
Where does Club Med get its energy?
In 1978, a giant field of solar panels was constructed at a Club Med village in Martinique, while at Rio Das Pedras in Brazil, electricity is supplied by hydro power, and the cruise ship ‘Club Med 2’ reduces emissions using seven giant computer-operated sails.