178 times the vessels will berth in Warnemunde and 16 times at the seaport. Five vessels will be heading for the mouth of river Warnow for the first time: Columbus, MSC Magnifica, Norwegian Getaway, Seven Seas Explorer and Viking Sky.
Rostock-based shipping company AIDA Cruises will again send two of its vessels to its Baltic home port of Warnemünde, AIDAdiva and AIDAmar. 40 out of 50 port calls with turnarounds of passengers have been notified by AIDA Cruises for 2017.
Also, Costa, MSC, NCL and other shipping companies plan to change some of their passengers here on 61 occasions. Especially German passengers will be embarking and disembarking in Warnemunde. The 2017 cruise calendar shows three quadruple port calls and 14 triple port calls. More than 100 port calls by cruise liners take place on Fridays (39), Saturdays (43) and Sundays (36). All told, cruise liners will call at the port on river Warnow on 113 days of the year 2017.
With more than 800,000 cruise passengers embarking and disembarking, slightly more passengers are expected next year compared to 2016. Among the most frequented Baltic cruise ports Warnemünde ranks at number six after Copenhagen, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Stockholm and Helsinki.
Source: Rostock Port