Cruise ships to Malmö

On Thursday 30 June the cruise ship Deutschland will arrive in Malmö. Nearly 500 passengers, mainly Germans, have chosen Malmö as their destination.

“This particular group is mostly interested in cultural history. Other draws include Malmö’s West Harbour with Turning Torso, the Old Town and Malmöhus Castle,” Mikael Stankiewicz, Port Agent at Baltic Gateway, says.

At 7 a.m. on 30 June Deutschland will call at Malmö’s Frihamnen harbour. The 175 metre long, 23 metre wide and 5.8 metre deep ship will remain in port until 11 p.m. the same evening. Eight or so coaches will take the visitors on a tour of the city and its surroundings.

“We are of course happy that they have chosen Malmö as their destination,” Arnt Møller at CMP says.

The ship is coming from Gothenburg and will continue to Rönne on the island of Bornholm.
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