Final Christmas cruise liner for CMP

The arrival of Arcadia in Copenhagen on 23 December represents the last chance for P&O’s guests, who are going to celebrate Christmas on-board, to buy Christmas presents.

Snow is the only thing missing, but otherwise it is a Christmassy Copenhagen that will greet the final Christmas cruise liner at CMP’s Langeliniekaj on 23 December. The ship is Arcadia from P&O Cruises, which is on a Christmas trip from Southampton to Brussels, Oslo and Copenhagen.

Tivoli is a fixed point on the programme for the Christmas visitors, along with the shops on Strøget with their Christmas decorations. This year Tivoli is offering a snow-covered Alpine landscape with a snow hut and a large alpine gasthaus, and the numerous stalls are packed with sweets and hot drinks, fragrant spruce and lots of Christmas atmosphere. 

”We have had the pleasure of Christmas arrivals for a number of years, and it is an excellent opportunity to extend the season both for CMP and for our partners. It is an English concept, where the visitors have the opportunity to experience the Christmas atmosphere in a number of cities, and on this cruise the guests also celebrate Christmas on-board, as it runs over the Christmas holidays,” says Arnt Møller Pedersen, COO Cruise & Ferries in CMP.

P&O’s cruises on Arcadia are targeted at an adult clientele. Arcadia is a medium-size cruise vessel at 285.11 metre long and 83,781 GT.

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