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Sights set on larger cruise ships

BREMERHAVEN. As part of the 80 million euro redevelopment of Columbus Quay, new passenger bridges will also be needed for the cruise terminal in the next few years. bremenports invited tenders in June for the planning, construction and delivery of three new passenger bridges. These are to be longer and wider than the previous ones so that in future larger cruise ships with up to 6,500 passengers can dock at the terminal. The first bridge will be ready for operation in February 2023, the other two by August 2023.

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