Nyborg is a new danish cruise destination
The Port of Nyborg is part of the port company, Associated Danish Ports A/S (ADP) which owns and operates the danish ports of Fredericia, Nyborg and Middelfart. Since 2012, ADP has developed Fredericia as an attractive cruise destination in the Baltic Region. Cruise Fredericia now expands with a new cruise destination in the “sister” port of Nyborg.
Centrally located in Denmark - on the east coast of the island of Funen - the town of Nyborg is ready to welcome cruise ships. The first cruise ship called the Port of Nyborg in May 2016, where the ship MV Braemar from the cruise line company Fred Olsen had a mystery call.
In the summer of 2020 the cruise ship MS Berlin from the cruise line company FTI Cruises will call Nyborg two times.
The new destination of Nyborg make up part of the Cruise Fredericia destination portfolio and will be announced on this year’s Seatrade Cruise Clobal fair in Miami.
“I am looking forward to selling both Fredericia and Nyborg to the international cruise lines during the Seatrade Cruise Global fair. The two ports complement each other and will strengthen our position”, says Line Tange, Cruise Manager at ADP A/S.
Nyborg is a historic town
The royal town of Nyborg was founded in late 1100 century. Nyborg is one of Denmark's oldest towns and was capital of Denmark during several hundred years before Copenhagen.
Nyborg has cosy shopping streets and many historical attractions and sights. Within the town you find the Nyborg Castle, which was a royal castle built towards the end of the 12th century as part of the fortification of the Great Belt region. Nyborg Castle is one of the oldest secular buildings which is preserved in Denmark. The castle is in process of becoming UNESCO World Heritage.
Moreover, the town of Nyborg has every year several events involving foods and other local specialities. Nyborg even has one of Denmark's largest ecologically micro destillery, which produces not only whisky, but also rum and gin.
Close to scenic nature and world class attractions
The location of Nyborg gives access to historic castles, scenic nature and world class attractions. Within less than a 1 hour drive you can reach old royal castles like Egeskov Castle and Valdemar Castle, the childhood home of the world famous author Hans Christian Andersen as well as the authentic and historic open air museum The Funen Village in the city of Odense.
Nyborg is located at the east coast of Funen close to the sloping landscape and its gently rolling hills, orchards and half-timbered farmhouses.
The Port of Nyborg is an international deep-water port with a unique location right at the Great Belt and with only nine nautical miles to the international deep-water route in the Great Belt, connecting the North Sea and the Baltic. The Port of Nyborg has a cruise quay for LOA 290 m and 11-meter water depth. The port is easily accessible and navigable and the traffic service is open 24/7/365. ADP A/S (The Port of Nyborg) is a reliable and professional partner that ensures safe and easy operations for cruise ships.
Want to know more?
ADP A/S (Cruise Fredericia)
Tel.: +45 2969 2039