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Bergen keeping hold of top spot

Bergen keeping hold of top spot
Currently basking in sunshine, Norway’s leading cruise port Bergen, is not set to relinquish its top position with 326 calls bringing an estimated 475,000 passengers this year.

The roster of new ships calling this year numbers 11 ranging in size from 90mtr long Sea Explorer, through to 160mtr long Azores and up to 330mtr Ruby Princess.
For 2015, Port of Bergen has already booked 255 cruise calls including a number of next year’s new deliveries such as P&O Cruises’ Britannia in April and Viking Star and Mein Schiff 4  in May.
Viking Star is using Bergen as a homeport, will first arrive on May 18, 2015 and will be named there.
Other maiden calls slated for next year sees MSC Cruises' duo Sinfonia and Splendida visit Bergen, AIDAvita and AIDAdiva, Serenade of the Seas, Europa 2, Costa Favolosa and Disney Magic.