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Kalmar

Kalmar

Winner of the Europa Nostra award twice for its well-preserved historical atmosphere, Kalmar is a jewel of the Swedish coastline. Kalmar’s port takes one ship per day to ensure that each ship and passenger receives a high-quality and one-of-a-kind experience. As...

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Copenhagen

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the heart of the oldest kingdom in the world and has stood as Denmark’s capital since 1417. As the leading cruise port in Northern Europe, this city has earned its name as the Venice of the North. Whether exploring the beautiful architecture against the...

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Tallinn

Tallinn

Tallinn is the highlight of any trip to Estonia. The capital is Northern Europe’s oldest capital city, and its Old Town has earned a place on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Tallinn leads the region in well-preserved history, specifically architecture from the...

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Port Suez

Port Suez

Egypt’s Red Sea Coast is home to Port Suez, which has solidified itself as an important strategic port. Today, it connects the Red Sea and the Nile, is an ideal stop for cruises headed to and from Asia and is extremely popular as a starting point for discovering...

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Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg

As the first and only specialized passenger port in the northwest of Russia, Saint Petersburg has distinguished itself as a premier destination for Baltic-themed cruises despite not being a Baltic state.  The port includes 7 berths, 3 cruise terminals, and one cruise...

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Tromso

Tromso

Considered the Arctic capital of Norway, Tromso is a large city at the tip of Norway, closest to the arctic. This city is popular and urban with a variety of activities, especially outdoors, making Tromso the Gateway to the Arctic.  It continues to capture the...

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Mariehamn

Mariehamn

In the very heart of the Baltic Sea are the Aland Islands and more specifically, the beautiful port of Mariehamn. As the capital for 6500 islands, this city is small and ideal for walking and shopping. In fact, you can walk from the western to eastern harbor in only...

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Bodo

Bodo

New to the cruise industry – despite its history as a major port for the Norwegian Coastal Steamer – Bodo is growing into a distinctive destination for cruise ships visiting Northern Norway. The port is just north of the Arctic Circle giving visitors the chance to...

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Harstad

Harstad

As one of the largest ports in Norway nestled on one of the largest islands, Harstad is an absolutely amazing destination. There are things to do and see that reach all the way back to the Viking Era, excursions that bring that era to life, and a chance to see the...

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Isafjordur

Isafjordur

Isafjordur is the largest town in the Westfjords of Iceland. Cruise ships dock in the center of this walkable town with a gorgeous harbor as the backdrop. The history of this port goes back to the 16th century when it began as a major fishing and commerce port. Today,...

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Eskifjordur

Eskifjordur

Located in the heart of Iceland’s East Fjords, Eskifjordur offers tranquility among the towering mountains and rugged wilderness.  Eskifjordur was the first in the region to be granted a town charter in 1786, and it’s a charming seaside village that’s evolving into a...

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Icy Strait Point

Icy Strait Point

Recently voted Port of Year by Seatrade, Icy Strait Point (aka Hoonah, Alaska), has been setting records for its visitor attendance. In fact, the port itself has doubled its capacity thanks to a new second cruise ship dock and a Wilderness Landing Port Area. Icy...

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