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Flam extended season shows results



Flåm, southwestern Norway - AurlandsfjordAs the cruise season closed in Flam, figures were released showing that 257,988 passengers visited on 153 calls, 7,027 more than in 2017. Jon Olav Stedje, manager port operations Port of Flam, commented on the record-breaking season: “The main reason for this is the extension of the season”.

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Bratland Joins Carnival in Norway Role



Sandra Diana Bratland has joined Carnival Corporation as director of destination affairs for Carnival Group Norway. Bratland is best known for her work as managing director for Cruise Norway, a trade group representing Norway’s cruise ports. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Telemark: Offering Two Port Options




With two cruise port’s Norway’s Telemark county is hoping to build its profile as a key destination .Ships can stop in Brevik and/or Kragerø. The latter has two calls scheduled for 2017: the Serenissima and Noble Caledonia. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Trondheim Targeting Offseason and Homeporting Buildup



A renovated runway at Værnes, the international airport in Trondheim, will be open in time for the 2018 cruise season. This will lead to the re-introduction of Pullmantur using Trondheim as a turnaround port. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Viking Valley: A New Experience in Fjord Norway




A new attraction has opened in Gudvangen (field of gods) in Norway, Viking Valley, described by Visit Norway as a new experience in the fjord country. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Norway Builds Year-Round Traffic to New Record



Bergen view in winter (Photo by Rita de Lange, Fjord Travel Norway)Cruise Norway expects to set a new record for cruise traffic this year with 1,887 calls and a total of 3.0 million day visitor passengers, compared to 1,809 calls and 2.7 million passengers last year. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Cruise Norway Expects Record Year




Bergen view in winter (Photo by Rita de Lange, Fjord Travel Norway)Cruise Norway is expecting a record year with more than 3 million individual passenger visits to its ports, up 13.5 percent from last year. It is a new record, beating the previous all time high from 2013, said Sandra Diana Bratland, managing director. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Bergen Remains Leading Norwegian Port



With a total of 276 calls and 429,504 passengers this year, it maintains its position as Norway’s leading cruise port even though the numbers show a decrease from the 323 and 442,759 in 2014.

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