NewsKotor cruise season kicks off with arrival of viking ship

Kotor cruise season kicks off with arrival of viking ship

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The Kotor cruise season has commenced with the arrival of the Viking ship, marking the beginning of what is anticipated to be a highly successful year for the port. The Executive Director of the Port of Kotor, Ljubo Radović, expects around 490 cruise ship arrivals with over 700,000 passengers, a significant increase compared to the previous year.

The season, which will run until December, will feature various vessels, with smaller ships maintaining a continuous presence throughout the year. Plans are in place for 28 cruise ship arrivals in April alone, indicating a robust and extended cruise season. Radović emphasizes the importance of maintaining service quality and continuity throughout the year. The port anticipates a smooth season, collaborating closely with the Tourist Organization of Kotor.

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The strategic alliance is expected to provide benefits for both the port and Montenegro as a destination. The collaboration aims to ensure that the port delivers on its promises, providing a positive experience for the increasing number of cruise passengers expected in the coming months.

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