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Cruise-line pavilion returns to German show

The Cruise Pavilion will return to the boot Düsseldorf 47th International Boat Show, which is scheduled for Jan. 23-31 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Cruise Pavilion will return to the boot Düsseldorf 47th International Boat Show, which is scheduled for Jan. 23-31 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The pavilion, which debuted at last year’s show, centers on a presentation by TUI Germany, which operates 12 cruise ships. Together with cooperating shipping lines, TUI Germany will display a broad range of traveling options in more than 3,200 square feet of exhibit space.

The providers include TUI Cruises, Hapag Lloyd, Star Clippers and Silversea Cruises. The postal shipping line Hurtigruten will be in the adjacent maritime travel market.

A varied selection of travel options will be showcased on the Captain's Deck at the center of the Cruise Pavilion. The shipping lines will give short presentations about the trips and show films about the destinations and the services provided on board.

Visitors can book cruises directly on-site at the TUI Booking Center at the show.

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