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Aalborg sets record for cruise ships

Aalborg sets record for cruise ships

05-08-2016 08:00:00


The Port of Aalborg sets a new record in the number of cruise ships and cruise guests. In this cruise season, Aalborg will have 21 cruise ships coming to the port, which is a record, but already next year the record will be beaten. Because Aalborg will have 35 cruise ships visiting.

The Port of Aalborg has partnered with VisitAalborg who jointly markets Aalborg as a cruise destination. The marketing seems to bear fruit, for there are now some companies that have chosen to visit Aalborg. Next year, more than 30,000 cruise passengers will come to Aalborg.

Copenhagen is still by far the largest cruise destination in Denmark, and next year 850,000 cruise guests are expected to come to Copenhagen.

Source: nordjyske.dk / Maritime Denmark


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