Twelve new cruise turnaround calls for CMP Copenhagen

The overall number of cruise calls in 2011 will reach a total of 368 (+20%) ships, bringing around 770,000 passengers (+17%) and 200,000 crew from 150 different countries. Well over half of all calls are turnarounds.
Yet another new cruise line will be visiting Copenhagen this season. CMP’s new customer is Spanish shipping company Happy Cruises, which has previously exclusively focused on sailing in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
Their ship, which will make 12 turnaround calls in Copenhagen this season, is the 19,093 GRT “Gemini”, carrying 900 passengers and 300 crew. The first six voyages will visit the Norwegian fjords, followed by six cruises around the Baltic. The first arrival will be on 29 May, and all calls will centre around Frihavnen.
The shipbroker for the calls in Copenhagen is TR Shipping Danmark, and the vessel will arrive on Sunday morning and depart on Monday evening, i.e. “Gemini” will stay overnight in the port.
“We are pleased to welcome Happy Cruises to the port, and our skilled employees look forward to serving “Gemini” and its many passengers,” says Arnt Møller Pedersen, General Manager Cruise and Ferries.
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