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Dutch ship to open cruise season in Primorye

Dutch ship to open cruise season in Primorye
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The cruise season starts in the Primorsky Territory on April 19. The first vessel to visit the capital of the Far East in the new year will be the Dutchman Westerdam, who travels the Sea of ​​Japan under the flag of the Netherlands.

According to the Vladivostok Sea Terminal, the liner will begin its voyage from the Japanese port of Yokohama. It has 11 decks, in cabins can accommodate more than two thousand passengers from English-speaking and Asian countries.

The ship has tennis courts, swimming pools and a whole street of shops, as well as a unique collection of works of art, which includes limestone figures from Ecuador, made five thousand years ago, images of old Dutch ships and much more.

Last year was a record for Vladivostok. 10 liners made 16 calls at the seaside port and brought with them 28 thousand tourists. In 2020, ships from Japan, South Korea and China are also expected to arrive.