First Cruise call in 2016

The Cruise season has never before started this early, in January, and never before has a Cruise line chosen to start a World Cruise from Copenhagen.

Today, January 5th at 3 PM Cruise season 2016 will start in Copenhagen. Queen Victoria from Cunard start the 2016 Cruise season.

Queen Victoria dock at Langelinie terminal and it’s a very special Cruise call. For the first time a World Cruise start in Copenhagen. The passengers can look forward to 125 Days of sailing round the world.

During Season 2016, 286 Cruise vessels call. Of these 137 will shift passengers the so-called Turn Around.

Passengers is expected to be 710,000 – a lot of potential customers for the cities business companies. Shops, Attractions, Hotels, Taxa & Buss companies, all will benefit from the large number of people. We look forward to a good and profitable season 2016.

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