Onwards and upwards: the success story of the Hamburg Cruise Days continues Planning for Hamburg Cruise Days 2015 in full swing
Following the huge success of the Hamburg Cruise Days 2014, the planning for next year’s Cruise Days is now in full swing. As many as eight luxury liners have signed up for next year’s event, which is due to take place from 11 to 13 September 2015. For the first time in the history of the Hamburg Cruise Days, the event will be preceded by the Seatrade Europe convention. By jointly hosting these two major events, Hamburg is creating the world’s first and only cruise week. What is more, the BLUE PORT HAMBURG light installation will bathe Hamburg’s port in magical blue light – from 7 to 13 September 2015.
The second day of this year’s Hamburg Cruise Days has once again closed with a record attendance: the event drew approximately 350,000 people to the port of Hamburg.
From 28 July to 3 August 2014, the magic of blue will once again enchant the Hanseatic city of Hamburg for the fourth time: before and during this year’s Hamburg Cruise Days, light artist Michael Batz will once again stage his BLUE PORT HAMBURG project, bathing the harbour and Hamburg's most beautiful sights in magical blue light for a full week. The official light-up ceremony will take place on 28 July.
AIDA Cruises shows its true colors: The cruise line is now a premium partner for Hamburg Cruise Days 2014 and 2015
Hamburg Cruise Days is one of the largest, most successful public events in the world of cruising. And now the event is unveiling its first ever premium partner: AIDA Cruises will be coming on board for both 2014 and 2015.
500,000 cruise passengers in one season – this was the target Hamburg had set for 2015. The good news is that the city has crossed this magic threshold two years earlier than planned. It was the 168th arrival of the 2013 season: when the Queen Mary 2 entered the Port of Hamburg on 6 November, it wasn't just the majestic cruise liner...
Hamburg Cruise Days rank amongst the most popular and successful public events anywhere in Europe: last year, 570,000 people took part in the fascinating festival, experiencing a wide variety of maritime highlights in one of Germany's most appealing cities.
Unlike anything else in the world: Hamburg Cruise Days and Seatrade Europe to launch joint cruise week starting in 2015
Beginning in 2015, Hamburg Cruise Days, Europe’s largest public cruise-themed event, will be teaming up in Hamburg with Seatrade Europe, the continent’s pre-eminent trade show for the cruise industry.
The Hamburg Cruise Days trailer for 2014 is out now