Saaremaa Harbour Welcomes First Cruise Ship of the Year

Saaremaa Harbour is set to welcome its first cruise ship of the year on Sunday, July 7. At 10 o’clock in the morning, the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ ship, Seven Seas Navigator, carrying 487 passengers, primarily from the United States, will dock at the port. The passengers come from 17 different countries, including Australia, Canada, and Singapore. The ship arrives from Klaipeda Harbour in Lithuania and will continue its journey to Tallinn’s Old Port at 7 p.m.

Seven Seas Navigator is renowned as one of the world’s most prestigious cruise ships, providing passengers with a luxurious and comfortable experience. On board, guests can enjoy spacious suites, diverse dining options, a spa, and various entertainment offerings that promise an unforgettable cruise.

Saaremaa is famous for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and friendly locals. Most passengers will join excursions organized by DMC Nordic Estonia to explore Saaremaa’s attractions. There are 14 different tours available, including two walking tours. Highlights include Kuressaare and Angla village. Kuressaare Castle and the old town boast rich history and beautiful architecture, while Angla village is known for its historic windmills and cultural center.

Additional tours will visit the villages of Nasva, Salme, and Leedri, as well as the Mihkli farm museum. These locations provide guests with the chance to immerse themselves in Saaremaa’s rich history and culture. Nasva is a hub of fishing and maritime traditions, Salme is famous for its Viking sites, Leedri showcases local handicrafts, and the Mihkli farm museum offers insights into traditional farm life on Saaremaa.

The next cruise ship is scheduled to stop in Saaremaa on July 25. This year, Saaremaa expects a total of seven visits from five different ships.


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