On April 14th, Le Havre hosted two cruise ships on inaugural calls.

On her inaugural cruise, AIDAsol stopped at Le Havre after London and before Amsterdam. Captain Detlef Harms met local authorities onboard for a plaque exchange ceremony.

With 24 calls this year, AIDA Cruises is the most regular cruise line visiting Le Havre. 

At the same time the, Hurtigruten’s Fram called at Le Havre within the framework of a road show to develop the marketing of "extreme" cruise itineraries, as well as a more traditional product on the facade of Western Europe. 29 French passengers also embarked to start their cruise from Le Havre and used the facilities of the Cruise Terminal.  

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