With The MSC Lirica To The Fjords Of Norway

Travelogue of a Norway cruise ship Kurssicher and with low drive pushed the MSC Lirica in the narrow passage. On both sides of the bow moved the fern and moss-covered rock walls closer. The powerful, almost 60,000 ton cruise ship for the Italian shipping company MSC Cruises shrank by toy dimension. Half an hour before the Cruise Director, via car speakers had communicated to now the culmination of this Norway expect us cruise ship, the entrance in the Geiranger fjord. The musical accompaniment was played Edward Grieg. More information is housed here: stone clinical laboratories. This announcement was tantamount to an all-man-on board command, most of the approximately 2,200 passengers, which accommodate different cabin classes in 9/11, lined the railing now. This is not fantastic? “, asks his side man who eagerly filmed a guest.

I tell you”, which explained with enthusiasm here is certainly one of the most beautiful cruise routes of the world. I’m crossed through the Caribbean, through the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. But a Norway cruise is unique.” But “” also the other passengers on the cruise were also impressed by the beauty of Norway: I was with the car here “, said a Frenchman, but by boat which is still fascinating.” The passengers of the MSC Lirica, which two days to before in Hamburg was started come mainly from Germany, France and Italy. As a result of such appreciation enjoys the unique in its kind cruise spot in the short summer season of a rain traffic on its narrow waterways. Alone in Geiranger listed more than 200 cruise arrivals a year, that is, in the short season from mid May until the end of September. In the first weeks of July, several large passenger ships in the narrow waters anchored lie sometimes on a day. Thus more than several thousand passengers in the not too big Valley – nothing for friends Nordic solitude, come within hours in particular, when you consider that this small valley is not wrongly also a favorite target of autotourists.

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