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Marking 25 years as a cruise port, Skagen expects 164,000 passengers

2024 marks the 25th anniversary of Denmark's Skagen as a cruise port.

'It has been an immense pleasure to be able to welcome so many beautiful cruise vessels and thousands of happy cruise guests from all over the world throughout a quarter of a century,' said Anne Sofie Rønne Jensen, cruise manager.

Skagen has served a wide variety of ships, from those carrying fewer than 100 passengers to ones with more than 6,000 passengers.

A dozen maiden calls

This year Skagen expects 58 cruise calls and up to 164.000 passengers.

A dozen are maiden calls, including Amadea, Amera, Ocean Albatros, Celebrity Apex, AIDAbella, Mein Schiff 7, Villa Vie Odyssey, Queen Anne, Caribbean Princess, Viking Star, Azamara Onward and World Navigator.

Plus, returning ships will be from from AIDA Cruises, P&O Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, HX, Noble Caledonia, Oceania Cruises, Phoenix Reisen, Princess Cruises, Saga Cruises, TUI Cruises, MSC Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Royal Caribbean International

Port of Skagen will be at Seatrade Cruise Global as part of the Cruise Denmark booth, No. 2023

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