The Isle of Wight's up-and-coming cruise destination port Cowes Harbour was delighted to welcome the maiden call of cruise ship HANSEATIC Nature on Monday, 27th May 2019.
Cowes Harbour Commission held a plaque exchange onboard the Hapag-Lloyd Cruises new ship HANSEATIC Nature
to welcome the ship to Cowes. Attending the plaque presentation were the HANSEATIC Nature’s
Staff Captain Christoph Kunz, Cowes Harbour Master Capt. Stuart McIntosh, Cowes Mayor Lora Peacey Wilcox, and Chairman of Visit Isle of Wight Ian Griffiths.
Cowes Harbour Commission is working proactively with the Island’s tourism organisation "Visit Isle of Wight” and other local stakeholders to promote Cowes as a unique destination port-of-call, encouraged by the rising demand in the cruise ship market, including growth in the Northern European luxury cruise market.
To find out more about cruise calls to Cowes, visit:cowesharbourcommission.co.uk/cruisecowesharbourcommission.co.uk/cruise_to_cowes_guidecowesharbourcommission.co.uk/excursions_from_cowescowesharbourcommission.co.uk/anchorage_and_passenger_landing_points
Photo of plaque exchange ceremony on HANSEATIC Nature:
L-R: Cowes Mayor Lora Peacey Wilcox, Staff Captain Christoph Kunz of HANSEATIC Nature, Cowes Harbour Master Capt. Stuart McIntosh, Visit Isle of Wight Chairman Ian Griffiths.