China’s First Domestic Built Cruise Ship, Adora Magic City, Embarks On Its Trial Voyage

The “Adora Magic City,” China’s first large cruise vessel to be built domestically, began its trial run on Sunday when it sailed from a Shanghai port.

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The ship departed from the Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal after midday on Sunday, carrying approximately 1,300 international crew members and invited guests. It is anticipated that the ship will return to the terminal on Monday.

To get ready for the commercial debut voyage to the northeast of Asia on January 1, 2024, another trial operation is planned for later.

The Adora Magic City was built by the CSSC Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and measures about 323.6 meters in length and 135,500 tons gross weight. It can carry up to 5,246 passengers in 2,125 guest rooms.

It boasts 16 floors and 40,000 square meters of recreation and public living space.

Reference: en.people.cn

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