Kiel Canal

    Cruise Port Kiel Canal (Germany)

    Cruises in Kiel Canal (Germany). details about the port Kiel Canal (Germany), cruises from Kiel Canal (Germany), touch at Kiel Canal (Germany) of these ships, as Le Boreal, departure from Kiel Canal (Germany), excursions and tourist programs.

    It connects Scandinavia and the Baltic States to world trade, acting as the gateway to the Baltic Sea. Day and night, more than 37,000 ships a year pass through the canal. The most important port along the canal is Rendsburg. One of the attractions of the Kiel Canal is the railway bridge and the transporter bridge suspended below it in Rendsburg. .

    Photo: Markus Lenk


    Pacific Princess
    Albatros
    MS EUROPA
    Silver Wind
    Albatros
    Prinsendam
    Silver Wind
    Amadea
    Astor
    MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff
    Albatros
    MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff
    Azamara Journey
    MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff
    MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff
    MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff

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