Cruise Baltic has published an overview of onshore supply available for cruise ships in the Baltic region.
By using this review, the organisation claimed that it was now easier for cruise ship operators to design itineraries by taking into consideration the availability of onshore power supplies.
This review is an extension of the existing port information, which is contained on the organisation’s website.
Ports with an onshore supply are listed together with the technical details of the system used, such as the maximum power provided and the hook up fee.
With this increased transparency, Cruise Baltic said that it hoped to make it easier and more accessible to use onshore power systems in the region.
“Many ports and cruise lines have already shown a great commitment to the green transition of the cruise industry by investing in shore power systems. With the overview, we hope to create transparency and provide the cruise lines with the tools to strengthen their commitment to the use of onshore power supply to an even greater extent, “ said Ida Katrina Skaarup, Cruise Baltic Manager.
On the website, Cruise Baltic has collated all the necessary information for cruise lines to plan their itineraries in the Baltic, which is continuously updated, it claimed.