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See the world's largest container ship

See the world's largest container ship

19-08-2013 12:00:00


On Monday 26 August 2013 the world's largest ship, Maersk McKinney Moller, will be calling for the first time at Aarhus harbor. Between the hours of 09:00 and 16:30 you can for 20 kroner get a boat ride and see the ship whilst it is at berth in the container port.

The departures aren’t fixed and it is not possible to book in advance. On the tour guides will tell you about the ship and the container port. They do not receive credit cards so be sure to have coins in your pocket.

The tours depart from Pier 4 in vaporetto next to "Dome of Visions" and "Strandbaren", the beach bar.

Note that it on 26th of August won’t be possible to get close to the ship from land.

Sail Tours are arranged by Port of Aarhus in cooperation with APM Terminals-Cargo Service A / S. An exhibition is organized by the Port of Aarhus.

Source: Port of Aarhus


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