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The greatest cruise day in Skagen ever

The greatest cruise day in Skagen ever

18-07-2016 12:00:00


On Friday, July 22, two cruise ships will visit Skagen Harbour with up to a total of 3,275 passengers on board - the largest number of cruise guests who have visited Skagen in one day so far. At 7 in the morning the German ship Mein Schiff 4 arrives with about 2,506 guests onboard to the cruise pier.

Mein Schiff 4 is from the shipping company TUI Cruises in Germany and was launched in 2015. The cruise ship, which is at 99,500 BT, is 293 meters long and has a crew of 1,000 people.

The ship has been on a 18 day trip to Norway, the Faroe Islands and Iceland before visiting Skagen. Mein Schiff 4 departs for Kiel in the afternoon.

At 8 in the morning the luxury ship Seven Seas Voyager from the shipping company Regent Seven Seas Cruises arrives at Pier 10. Onboard is 769 guests and 447 crew members from around the world. The ship was built in 2003 and is 42,363 GT. Seven Seas Voyager visited Skagen first time in June 2015. The visit to Skagen is the last stop on a 48 day cruise in Europe. Seven Seas Voyager departs from Copenhagen at 6 PM.

The many cruise guests are going on 50 trips around Skagen and along both the west coast and the east coast of Jutland, so it will be a really busy day for Skagen harbour, in Skagen, and in large parts of northern Jutland.

Source: Skagen Havn / Maritime Denmark


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