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Did you know that the first commercial
cruise along the Norwegian coast left from Kristiansund harbour? On 25th
July 1875 Cooks Travel Agency carried passengers for the first time from here
and headed northwards towards the North Cape and the Midnight Sun.
Today Kristiansund is a popular and up-to-date
cruise destination, always striving to keep abreast of the times. In spring
2006 Kristiansund harbour opened its brand new ISPS-approved cruise quay, with
a total length of 366 metres, big enough to take the very largest cruise
vessels. Ships are moored along the town’s most central quay and traffic artery
with a shopping mall of 50 shops facing out onto the quay. The sights of the
town and its commercial centre are in close proximity. Within the ISPS
perimeter fence passengers are ensured a safe embarkation and debarkation, as
well as handy parking for buses on the quay. Due to the town’s status as the
main service base for the oil and gas industry in Central Norway, Kristiansund
is able to offer a full range of services.
With over 130 years of experience we are
determined to maintain our position as one of the leading cruise destinations
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arrivals in 2010
Have a night ashore!
Try something exciting while you are here!
Things to see!
Destination Kristiansund & NordmøreKongens Plass 1P.O. Box 508N-6501 Kristiansund
Tel +47 71 58 54 email@example.com
The local tourist offices can give you good and useful information.
In our travelguide you can find useful information and the highlights from Kristiansund and Nordmøre.
Find the travelguide here.
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