Windstar Cruise’s Wind Surf is calling in Le Havre, having arrived around noon local time. Seventy guests are joining the cruise today which goes from Lisbon to Norway.
According to a spokesperson for Le Havre, the 11-day itinerary will allow passengers to discover the wonderful Impressionist collection at the MUMA (Malraux Museum) in Le Havre and the white cliffs of Dover. They will also be able to enjoy Belgian beer and chocolates in Grote Markt in Antwerp. Then they will have the opportunity to visit Van Gogh museum, Rijksmuseum and Rembrandt Museum in Amsterdam and the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo.
After spendign the summer in Scandinavia and the Baltic, the Wind Surf returns to Le Havre on Sept. 2.
During the summer, the Havre Cruise Terminal will acquire a second X-Ray machine for luggage control because this second call will take place at the same time as a turnaround for Oceania’s Nautica. Thus, Le Havre will be able to operate two turnarounds at the same time.