Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2022

1 0 1 Trondheim, Norway The Port of Trondheim operates three cruise ports in the region of Trøndelag; Trondheim, Frøya and Namsos. With over 100 cruise calls per year and more than six years of successful turnarounds, the historical city of Trondheim is a preferred destination for many cruise lines, with capacity for ships like MSC Meraviglia. Future infrastructural plans include an upgraded shore excursions area and potentially a new cruise berth as well as shore power by 2025. Port of A Coruña, Spain The port and city of A Coruña have collaborated with cruise lines, stakeholders and health authorities to ensure a successful, safe and confident restart of cruise operations, while providing an outstanding experience to passengers and crew members. The port expects to welcome 40 announced calls by the end of 2021 and is forecasting a very busy 2022 cruise season. Port of Turku, Finland The ships that arrive in Turku pass the nature conservation area of Ruissalo before mooring next to the medieval Turku Castle, which is within walking distance of the city centre. As a former Hansa city, Turku is not only a natural stop between other fascinating Baltic ports but also, historically, a hidden gem that offers everything from beautiful natural sights to gastronomical experiences, interesting museums, cultural sights and an intimate atmosphere. Port of Cartagena, Spain Cartagena, located on Spain’s southeast coast, has more than 3,000 years of history and is a reference point due to its strategic position within the Mediterranean. Its cruise terminal has a 700-metre-long quay with a water depth of 12 metres and is located in an area of 4,500 square metres, enabling two cruise ships to berth simultaneously. The terminal also features rest and shade areas, an information point and parking area. ME D I T E R R E A N E A N > Image: Daniel Dombai