Copenhagen Malmö Port has appointed Anna Sylvan as Cruise Manager for Visby
CMP (Copenhagen Malmö Port) has appointed Anna Sylvan as the new Cruise Manager for CMP’s cruise business in Visby.
Welcome MSC Euribia
Today we welcome beautiful MSC Euribia to Copenhagen, where her naming ceremony will take place.
A busy 2023 cruise season for Copenhagen Malmö Port
The cruise season for Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has started. 432 calls are expected throughout the year in Copenhagen, Malmö and Visby, including 122 turnarounds and 10 Christmas/New Year’s calls.
MSC CRUISES TO LAUNCH NEW ENVIRONMENTALLY ADVANCED FLAGSHIP, MSC EURIBIA, IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
MSC Cruises announced today that the Naming Ceremony for MSC Cruises’ newest flagship, MSC Euribia, will take place in Copenhagen on 8 June.
Copenhagen voted best cruise port in Northern Europe by Spanish-speaking travellers
Copenhagen has won the Cruceroadicto 2022 Award as the best cruise port in Northern Europe at the Fitur International Tourism Fair in Madrid.
Luis de Carvalho joins Copenhagen Malmö Port as Commercial Cruise Director
Luis de Carvalho will join Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP), as the new Commercial Cruise Director, starting effective November 1st, 2022.
New app helps cruise tourists navigate Copenhagen
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) introduces Cruise City – the only free interactive app specifically catering to the needs of cruise guests exploring Copenhagen
CMP takes measures for sustainable cruise calls
After two years in which the corona pandemic has negatively impacted tourism in Copenhagen, a normalisation is in sight this year. This applies to cruises as well, where the season this year looks set to once again be able to welcome many visitors to Copenhagen.
Copenhagen’s first turn-around call of the year
Today we welcome Enchanted Princess, from the cruise line Princess Cruises, as the first turn-around call of the year to Copenhagen.
First Turn-Around call in Copenhagen in a long time
Today, the Marina cruise ship from the shipping company NCL arrives in Copenhagen. This is the first Turn-Around call, visiting Copenhagen since the start of the corona pandemic, where the ship changes passengers.
Joy at CMP: Cruise tourism opens up further in Denmark
The currently applicable restrictions on cruise ship disembarkation will be eased as of today, 20 August, so that both vaccinated and Covid-19 tested cruise passengers have the possibility to disembark in Denmark. This may give hope for a late summer with increased activity in the port of Copenhagen.
First cruise guests in almost two years visit Copenhagen
The cruise ship Vasco da Gama calls Copenhagen today with 350 fully vaccinated passengers, who will therefore have the opportunity to disembark and visit Copenhagen as the first cruise guests since 2019.
The first cruise ships of the year call the port in Copenhagen
After a long, long wait, the first cruise ships of the season will arrive at our docks in Copenhagen this weekend. These are initially blue cruises, where passengers do not disembark but rather visit the city from the seaside. CMP has high expectations that cruise ship tourists soon will be allowed to visit the city again as part of the next phase of the gradual opening for travel activities.
Cruise call in Visby
Yesterday, Sunday morning, Hapag-Lloyd's cruise ship Europa 2 called our terminal in Visby.
Technical Cruise Call in Copenhagen today
Today Hapag Lloyd’s cruise ship, Europa arrives at Ocean Quay in Copenhagen for a technical call between 02.00 am – 07.00 am.
Cruise call in Malmö
Tomorrow, September 1, we are happy to welcome the cruise ship Europa 2, to the cruise terminal in Malmö. The corona pandemic has had a huge negative impact on the cruise season 2020 with almost 100 % cancellations. Some cruise lines are now offering smaller cruises with a limited number of passengers.
Technical cruise call in Copenhagen
As a consequence of the corona crisis, several cruise lines have since long emptied their ships of cruise passengers. Most of these ships have a limited number of crew members on board, which is necessary to maintain the ships. There is therefore a great need for ships to be able to call at ports around the world for what we call “technical calls”.