Gauselmann Group announces the launch of its third casino on TUI Cruises’ flagship ship
Major German gambling brand Gauselmann Group has significantly expanded its own offer of gambling entertainment with the launch of a casino on board the ship Mein Schiff 3. The ship is operated by TUI Cruises. With this move, Gauselmann continues to expand its open water gambling operations.
Merkur Casino Mare-branded casinos are an integral part of the Mein Schiff 1 and Mein Schiff 2 family of cruise ships. They began operations in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
The gambling establishment aboard Mein Schiff 3 offers the same amenities as its predecessors, such as six Merkur electronic roulette machines. However, it features an additional lounge area equipped with four M-box devices, a blackjack table and classic live dealer games.
“Our high-quality shipboard casinos with their diverse entertainment offerings are extremely popular with the public,” said Cathy Schroeder, head of operations for Merkur Casino Mare.
Merkur Spielbanken President David Schnabel added: “The combination of Merkur’s state-of-the-art innovations, service offerings and events are fully in line with customer desires and preferences. The Gauselmann Group is known not only for its consistent focus on guests, but also for always offering the best games and machines in a unique atmosphere. This approach is particularly reflected in our casinos on the water.”
The Mein Schiff 3 ship is 293 meters long and can safely accommodate up to 2,506 passengers. It entered service in 2014 and has become one of TUI Cruises’ flagships.
Its decks feature a theater, a 25-meter outdoor pool, and a glass balcony that rises about 37 meters above sea level and extends across two diamond-shaped decks aft. Such a facade, experts say, is an added design highlight.
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