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Queen Victoria visiting Skagen in 2014

Queen Victoria visiting Skagen in 2014

26-03-2013 16:59:28


Carnival Cruises’ large ship Queen Victoria will next year be visiting Skagen, Denmark. The cruise ship can carry 1990 passengers and with a length of 294 meters it is too large to enter the port, and will therefore stay on Skagen Red.

Queen Victoria arrives in Skagen, 12 September.

"To get such a call is the fruit of many years of working with Carnival UK and therefore a very great pleasure", says project manager Anne Sofie Ronne at Cruise Skagen to nordjyske.dk

Queen Victoria is under the command of Danish Captain Inger Klein Olsen.

Source: nordjyske.dk


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