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Narvik, Norway, Invests In New Berth




The Port of Narvik is investing in a new cruise pier in the centre of town. Work will commence this autumn and completion is scheduled for the first half of 2019.

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Work Has Begun On Liverpool’s New Terminal



Queen Mary 2 moored in LiverpoolIn late May an overwater jack-up platform arrived in the River Mersey to begin site investigations on the bedrock on which much of the new facility will be built. The aim is to establish the strength of the seabed near to the Princes Jetty.

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Zeebrugge Opens New Terminal




Every year Zeebrugge, the port of Bruges, welcomes more than 140 cruiseships bringing some 400,000 passengers to discover the manyfold tourist attractions Flanders and Belgium have to offer.

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Kristiansand, Norway, Offers Shorepower



In cooperation with Danish company PowerCon and local energy company Agder Energi Nett, the shorepower system in Kristiansand will be Europe’s largest.

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Skagen, Denmark, expects 100% rise in passengers




This year 42 cruiseships carrying up to 68,500 passengers are going to call at Skagen. This is 100% up on 2017, when 33,000 passengers on 31 calls visited Skagen. Out of the 42, 11 will be first calls from ships within Princess Cruises and Viking Ocean Cruises, both brands being quite new to Skagen.

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Longyearbyen, Svalbard, new member at Cruise Europe




Longyearbyen has a population of 2,200 and is situated at 78 degrees North on the island of Spitsbergen in Svalbard. Not surprisingly this Arctic wonder has been given a sustainable destination quality label from Innovation Norway.

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Roenne, Denmark, Is Expecting 45% More Cruiselines This Year




The expected growth in the number of cruiselines visiting Roenne in 2018 is estimated at being 45 % up on 2017. This development is expected to continue due to the port extending its facilities to accommodate ships up to 350m in length from June 1 2019.

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Two million passengers visited Southampton in 2017



Azura at Ocean Cruise Terminal Southampton (Courtesy ABP)Two million passengers visited Southampton in 2017 and brought with them a massive multi-million pound cash injection to the local economy. Every time a cruiseship visits Southampton, it is estimated to bring a cash boost of £2m (€2.26m) and in 2017 there were more than 500 calls.

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Akureyri, Iceland, Opens Small Ship Pier In 2019



The Port of Akureyri has not forgotten its promise to accommodate smaller vessels closer to the town centre and is investing €5m in constructing a new pier which will open for business in 2019.

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Passengers To A Coruña Were Up 45% in 2017



The Port of A Coruña has just closed a historic year in cruise traffic. A total of 184,069 passengers visited the city last year, 45% on 126,735 in 2016. The 2017 figure also exceeds by about 15,000 the passengers forecast at the beginning of the year, which highlights the boom that the sector is experiencing.

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