From 14 to 16 March 2017 Seatrade Cruise Global, the world’s largest cruise industry trade fair, takes place in Florida. Hamburg is the only German port that has its own booth at the show.
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Cruise Gate Hamburg is happy to announce a record-breaking year with 171 cruise ship visits to Hamburg with more than 710,000 passengers. We expects these figures to rise to nearby 200 arrivals and
Hamburg’s growing popularity as a cruise destination is not least due to spectacular events, such as the Hamburg Cruise Days and the Blue Port Hamburg, a combined event that draws large crowds.
With the operational takeover of the two city cruise terminals “Altona” and “Hafencity”, as well as the small pontoon “Überseebrücke” at the very heart of the port, adjacent to the Landungsbrücken,
Hamburg, 30.11.2016 – Terminal operator Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) has every reason to celebrate: 2016 saw a record-breaking 171 cruise ship visits to Hamburg and
Hamburg, 12 September 2016 – 2016 was a record year for the Hamburg cruise market: Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) recorded 170 cruise ship visits (2015: 153 calls) and more than 700,000 passengers (2015: 520,000 passengers). Since the beginning of this year CGH has been operating all three of Hamburg’s cruise centres (Altona, HafenCity and Steinwerder).
According to the (EIU) Global Liveability Ranking, which scores 140 cities on five lifestyle categories, Hamburg is among the top 10 most liveable cities in the world.
Cruise ports are the essential linking elements or passenger transport nodes. While at the seaside shipping lines and international bodies, e.g.