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Skagen projects fewer than 50 cruise calls in 2022

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Saga's new Spirit of Adventure called at Skagen port twice this year
Denmark's Port of Skagen expects to receive 40 cruise calls in 2022 albeit changes may still occur.

Skagen was host to 30 technical calls and lay-ups this year from AIDA Cruises, Viking Cruises, TUI Cruises and Lindblad Expeditions, coordinated by SDK Cruise and European Cruise Service.

Ships’ cancelled sailings combined with the Danish government’s cruise restrictions meant fewer arrivals, as was the case in 2020.

The port received five cruise calls in total – from SeaDream Yacht Club’s SeaDream I, Mystic Cruises’ Vasco da Gama and Oceania Cruises’ Marina – with Saga Cruises’ Spirit of Adventure calling twice.

 

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