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North Sea Gate Bremerhaven

North Sea Gate Bremerhaven


Next departure at Bremerhaven
Astor, 18.08.2017 16:30 to Kirkwall/SCO

News from Bremerhaven

Cruise Europe Conference 2017 in Bremerhaven

Foto: C.Eckardt; Alexey Sukhotskiy, Michael McCarthy, Jens Skrede and Andrea Kamjunke-Weber

From April 24 to 27, the CCCB hosted the annual Cruise Europe Conference. For this purpose representatives of several cruise lines and more than 120 north European ports met in the double destination Bremen/Bremerhaven to discuss about the latest developments of the cruise industry. More Information>>> 

CCCB and CCCW at Seatrade Cruise Global 2017

Managing Director Veit Hürdler and Commercial Director Andrea Kamjunke-Weber will be representing Bremerhaven and Wismar at the world's largest cruise convention in Florida from March 13 to 16.

Due to construction work at the Convention Center in Miami Beach, it will be held for the second time at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale. CCCB and CCCW will be joining other European ports for their presentation at the Cruise Europe Booth No.1621.

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Baltic Sea Gate Wismar

Baltic Sea Gate Wismar


Next departure at Wismar
Balmoral, 17.08.2017 23:00 to Hamburg/D

News from Wismar

Successful Start to New Season

On May 11, Columbus Cruise Center Wismar launched its new cruise season of 2017. The first visitor to the Hanseatic City of Wismar was Bonn-based Phoenix Reisen's MS Deutschland, known from German TV as the "Dreamship". More Information>>>

New Contact Person in Wismar

Cruise Coordinator Ingmar Bünting

At the end of April, the CCCW team was reinforced by the recruitment of Ingmar Bünting to take over the duties of Claudia Keick, who is now on maternity leave. 

As from July, Ingmar will be responsible for coordinating vessel operations. More Information>>> 

CCCW "Small but mighty"

The World in Wismar

This year's cruise season has demonstrated once more – the Hanseatic city of Wismar can live up to its motto, "small but nice". A total of eight cruise vessels called this year at the most southerly port of Mecklenburg's Baltic coastline. And a total of 4,300 passengers were welcomed by the "gemütlich" and almost family atmosphere of the old port with its traditional fish-roll stands and granaries.

More Information>>>