#Cruise

An ice cruise in front of MS Fram in Greenland. By Mads Pihl

The Cruise Season is approaching - Are We Ready?

The cruise season is approaching, and at Visit Greenland we hope that you are all ready to make the cruise tourists feel welcome upon arrival and happy and content when they are ready to leave.
Tiny houses and MS Fram in Upernavik in Greenland. By Mads Pihl

Port readiness - An Easy and Manageable Preparation for the Cruise Season

The Port Readiness Program has been compiled to inform cruise destinations about the opportunities for local revenue, higher employment and planning of tours in relation to the development of the industry.
Cruise guests in Nanortalik in South Greenland studying a map of town

Cruise workshop with focus on COVID-19 and sustainability

COVID-19 has damaged the tourism industry, and the prospects for the cruise tourism season in 2020 are particularly unsure.
MS Fram in Illorsuit in Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Greenland’s Changing Cruise Industry: Key Takeaways from Cruise Workshop, May 2020

On the 19th and 20th of May 2020, Visit Greenland and AECO held a workshop for the Greenlandic cruise industry. The purpose of the workshop was to bring the industry together to discuss current challenges and to develop some common and concrete next steps on how to deal with the current crisis and take Greenland’s cruise industry into the future. The workshop welcomed over 50 participants from the cruise industry and from across the country.