Shore power and more for Kiel

Port of Kiel

Source: Port of Kiel

The Port of Kiel welcomes a growing number of cruise ships on Northern Europe itineraries. Michele Witthaus talks to managing director, Dr Dirk Claus, about the measures the port is taking to ensure a sustainable future for cruise.

As cruise traffic resumes following the interruptions caused by Covid-19, the Port of Kiel expects sea tourism in Northern Europe to go back to normal in the near future. For the port, this means a return to the buoyant call figures and growth rates of pre-pandemic times, with more than 200 cruise calls planned for next year.

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