When cruise lines are in the port, the cruise guests disembark the ship to explore the city – and so does the crew. With many months at sea, the crew has several opportunities to explore destinations included in the itinerary. To help the crew members navigate the many possibilities, the Cruise Baltic network has distributed their Crew Activity Guide. The guide gives an overview of most of the Baltic destinations and the perks for crew members.
“We want to share the very best of our destinations with the crew. Our guide especially for them is our way to show appreciation to the crew members and their work. They are the beating heart of the cruise industry. Without them there would simply be no cruise industry,” says Claus Bødker, Director of Cruise Baltic.
The Activity Guide is an overview of experiences, transport, food and shopping possibilities at destinations in the Cruise Baltic network. With a crew ID, crew members can visit several attractions for free and get discounts in selected shops and restaurants.
“The crew plays a key role in the experience that the cruise line offers their guests. Ensuring their well-being is an important task, and with the Crew Activity Guide they get easy access to fun and memorable experiences during calls and can enjoy themselves when they are off duty,” says Hans Chen Braas, Manager Port Agency, Blue Water Shipping.
About the Crew Activity Guide
The Crew Activity Guide is an annual publication from Cruise Baltic. The Crew Activity Guide aims to give an overview of attractions, sights, transport, food and shopping possibilities at several destinations across Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
By showing a crew ID, the crew can get free entrance to several museums, hop on – hop off busses and other attractions as well as discounts in selected shops and restaurants.
Cruise Baltic was founded in 2004 and is a B2B network of 32 ports and destinations in the Baltic Sea Region aiming to promote the region towards cruise lines and travel agents. The network offers all cruise lines easy access, great service, high standards, and full integration between ports and cities throughout the region.
Photo caption: Norwegian Maritime Museum in Oslo is one of the attractions included in the Crew Activity Guide. Photo credit: Didrick Stenersen.
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