As of today, the international communications agency Ehrenberg Kommunikation supports the business-to-business cruise industry networks CruiseCopenhagen and Cruise Baltic as PR agency. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Copenhagen’
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has been given the go-ahead by the Swedish Maritime Administration to receive larger cruiseships in Malmö. The decision represents a major boost for cruise tourism. Over 10,000 passengers are already booked for the 2018 cruise season.
The cruise ship business had a really good year at Copenhagen Malmö Port, with the total number of calls reaching 311, with 732,000 passengers. The cruise trend is on an upward curve and ships are getting bigger and bigger, paving the way for even more passengers in future. (more…)
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe as one of the leading partners of the European Commission’s Pan European Dialogue between cruise operators, ports and coastal tourism stakeholders is pleased to attend and present today (18 October) its vision for the cruise industry in the Baltic region in Copenhagen.
With Copenhagen as an ever more popular cruise destination, CMP is going to have to receive larger ships and more passengers. A new terminal that is twice the size of the one at Oceankaj is therefore under consideration. (more…)
The 25th of june 2016 was the busiest day in the CMP cruising history ever. But already next year CMP and Copenhagen will receive even more cruising passengers. (more…)
Copenhagen Malmö Port, as the largest cruise port in Northern Europe present, and has once again won the attractive award from Cruise Insight 2015 Awards as “Best Turnaround Port Operations”.
In 2016 Copenhagen Malmö Port expects growth of 9% in the number of cruise visitors to Copenhagen, and at the end of June a record will be set for the number of visitors on one single day. (more…)
Norwegian Cruise Line will be deploying their even bigger cruise ship “Norwegian Getaway” on their cruises in 2017, with Copenhagen as the starting point of their trips to the Baltic and to the Norwegian fjords. (more…)
Dealing with waste from cruise ships, innovative cruise ship terminal designs, the ongoing debate on ECA compliance and Port-City working together were the four key issues discussed during the 3rd GreenPort Cruise, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, with the active intervention of MedCruise. (more…)
The third GreenPort Cruise will take place the day before GreenPort Congress, on Tuesday 6 October 2015 in Copenhagen. (more…)
At a packed seminar in Visby, the panel were in agreement that cruise traffic in the Baltic has great potential for further development. (more…)
It will be a long and busy season with a total of 302 cruise arrivals in Copenhagen and Malmö, ending with the final Christmas cruise on 23 December.
In 2014 Copenhagen was named Best Baltic Cruise Destination. The figures for cruise traffic were 20.9 million gross tonnes (23.1) and around 772,000 passengers (837,000). (more…)
Cruise Copenhagen Network has released its latest Passenger Survey with a look at cruise passengers in the city. (travelagentcentral.com)
For the start of the 2015 cruise season, Copenhagen Airport is introducing a new facility that allows cruise ship passengers to check in for their flights before leaving the ship. (travelagentcentral.com)
At this month’s Cruise Baltic meeting held in Denmark at the Scandic Copenhagen Hotel, over 40 delegates combined a 2-day business agenda with also celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the original formation of the Association in 2004. (cruisebusiness.com)
“We are getting quite used to awards at CMP,” says Arnt Møller Pedersen, COO at Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP). “But the one we have just received has nothing to do with service. It is for functionality and expression.”
Copenhagen Malmo Port (CMP) says it is first to introduce problem-free check in onto flight home before the passengers leave the cruise liner. (cruisebusiness.com)
Copenhagen Malmö Port selected as ”Cruise Port of the Year 2014” at the Seatrade conference in BarcelonaTuesday, September 23rd, 2014
The initiative to attract and retain cruise tourism has been successful, and the new and better facilities for ships and passengers at Ocean Quay have already proved their worth in their first season. (more…)
Efforts to develop the city’s harbour areas and a high standard of tourist attractions win international attention for Copenhagen at the Bon Voyage Awards 2014. (more…)
Berlingske reports that the number of cruise ships scheduled to dock in Copenhagen in 2014 is 312, compared to 348 visits in 2013. (cphpost.dk)
The Disney Cruise Lines programme for 2015 includes a range of new cruises to the Norwegian Fiords and the Baltic States, and Disney has selected Copenhagen as turnaround port for five cruises, as well as a starting point for two others.
As part of the recent Seatrade Miami event, a jury consisting of representatives from the cruise operators presented CMP with: ”Best Turnaround Port Operations” and ”Best Turnaround Destination” at the Cruise Insight 2013 Awards.
Cruise Baltic and Cruise Copenhagen Network have appointed Claus Bødker as the new Director, commencing May 1, 2014. (cruisebusiness.com)
It is English ships in particular that are calling in during the Christmas month, with visitors wanting to experience an atmospheric Copenhagen with Christmas decorations, and not least Tivoli.
When the 2013 cruise season ends, the number of calls will be 346 and the number of passengers just over 800,000. Copenhagen continues to be one of the most popular cruise destinations in Europe. (more…)
The Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) has announced that approximately 40 Arctic expedition leaders will meet in Copenhagen in Oct. 17 and 18 to discuss how to conduct sustainable expedition cruising in the Arctic. (cruiseindustrynews.com)
A visit to the new turnaround pier and three terminals being built at Copenhagen’s Ocean Quay was the highlight of the Cruise Baltic conference (Sept. 5 and 6). (travelpulse.com)
The recent annual Cruise Copenhagen Network (CCN) General Assembly – held at the Danish capital’s Tivoli Gardens – attracted an attendance of over 60 partners. (cruisebusiness.com)
The Passenger Port of St. Petersburg Marine Facade recently hosted a delegation from Copenhagen Cruise Port. (cruiseindustrynews.com)
Copenhagen Malmö Port is expanding and investing both in the Danish capital Copenhagen and Swedish city Malmö just across the sea from Copenhagen. (cruiseindustrynews.com)