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New associate member at Cruise Europe: De Buck Travel




De Buck Travel is a family-owned multidisciplinary tourism company, with several divisions such as shore excursions, incoming services, events, incentives, groups & coach travel and private travel. Set up in 1952 the current staff number 32.

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Aalborg, Denmark, becomes a one-ship destination




Aalborg has taken the bold decision to accept only one cruiseship at a time in future, hence protecting its unique selling point/UPS. “The point is to give the full attention to the guests on each single cruise vessel and give them the best possible experience in Aalborg,” explained Lars Bech, cruise manager Visit Aalborg.

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Skagen, Denmark, looks forward to a third record-breaking season



Cruise Skagen 2019

Skagen is expecting 44 calls carrying up to 73,000 passengers this year, an increase of almost 10,000 compared to 2018. The ships calling in 2019 are generally larger than the previous seasons. Nine ships will be making first calls, including those from Marella Cruises, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Saga Cruises, Phoenix Reisen and Viking Cruises.

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‘Iconic’ Greenock Cruise Visitor Centre Plans Approved




Plans were approved on April 3 for a new dedicated cruise berth, visitor centre, restaurant and gallery at Greenock Ocean Terminal. As part of the outline business case, it is estimated that over 150,000 passengers could pass through Greenock Ocean Terminal delivering £26m (€29.53m) in annual visitor and crew spend to the Scottish economy.

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Klaipeda Launches Audio Guide/App And Plans New Terminal



Last year Klaipeda launched an audio guide app, Discover (Atrask) Klaipeda, designed for passengers who want to explore independently. “Our biggest concern was to how make them happy,” explained Kristina Gontier, international relations manager Klaipeda State Seaport Authority.

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Le Havre is expanding Terminal 12




This year Le Havre has a number of infrastructure developments taking place. Terminal 12 at the Pierre Caillet quay is being expanded from 600m2 to 2,400m2, giving more room for cruise activity.

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French Atlantic Ports Expect Big Year



The French Atlantic Ports represent twelve destinations located on France’s North and Western coastline: Rouen, Honfleur, Caen-Ouistreham, Le Havre, Cherbourg, Saint-Malo, Brest, Lorient, Nantes Saint-Nazaire, La Rochelle, Bordeaux and Bayonne. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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