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Extraordinary cruise ship docking in Aarhus

Extraordinary cruise ship docking in Aarhus

11-10-2016 08:00:00


Just 24 hours before the British cruise ship, the Magellan from Cruise & Maritime Voyages, is docking in the port of Aarhus, the town was notified of the arrival of 1,175 cruise guests. The cruise season had otherwise ended in Aarhus. But in less than a day, it was managed to include another cruise ship.

"This is great new, but it was also very unexpected and we have put effort in to get ready. The welcome team from Aarhus2017 is enabled, the red carpet has been rolled out and the extraordinary docking shows us that the city is in amazing cruise form. The ship has been here before and it is positive that Aarhus has made such a strong impression that it now returns", says Peer H. Kristensen, director of VisitAarhus.

The cruise ship that should be on its way to Stockholm right now, docked the first time in Aarhus on May 18 this year. Both the company and the passengers were so happy with the city and the welcome that the ship has decided to return, as bad weather has prevented its original route.

Thus Aarhus unexpectedly received its 30 cruise ships this year and reaches 66,117 cruise guests in 2016.

Source: VisitAarhus / Maritime Denmark


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