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Since 2008, Cruise Baltic has hosted multiple FAM Trips in order to give cruise line executives and press professionals the opportunity to experience the Baltic Region first-hand. 

FAM Trips are a great possibility to learn more about new exciting shore excursions, developments in port facilities, and the cruise destinations’ highlights. The trips provide the opportunity to ask questions directly to the port and city management professionals and maybe you will even discover some secrets that are worth adding to an itinerary.

Are you interested in joining our next FAM Trip?

If you are a cruise line executive interested in refreshing your Baltic itinerary or in deploying your ship to the Baltic region, we invite you to contact one of our team members or write to for more information about upcoming FAM Trips. Cruise-related press professionals are also welcome.

Next available FAM Trip will be in 2024.

FAM Trip Spring Edition (for smaller ships), Feb 29 - Mar 5: 

FAM Trip Fall Edition (for larger ships), Oct 17 - 22: (route TBC)

Why is this kind of FAM Trip important?

Getting to know new venues and attractions in the area and new ports for the country. It is important to get a feeling of the city or tour in order for us to sell it better to our guests.
- Ann-Kristin Johansson, AIDA, Supervisor Destination Management

To help us make decisions on itineraries, and help to discover small ports that are not part of the usual cruise routes.
- Nathalie Esteves, Ponant, Product Development - Land Programs

You learn so much more than by doing desk research and think of questions that would never have occurred to you had you not visited.
- Emma Bean, Thomson Cruises, Product and Planning Manager

So important when choosing tours for our passengers and discussing exclusive tours.
- Rosalind Marshall, Saga, Shore Excursions and Purchasing Executive