Adriatic DMC delivered ground operations for renowned luxury cruise company Viking Cruises in Dubrovnik today as its brand-new vessel, Neptune, continues on its shakedown voyage.
The 745 feet all-veranda vessel can accommodate 930 guests. Due to its smaller size, the ship can dock in ports where larger ships cannot. Neptune set sail from its shipbuilding yard in Ancona, Italy yesterday with a small number of passengers, docking in the port of Gruz this morning where the majority of the shakedown cruise passengers embarked.
The leading regional DMC handled the arrival of passengers on flights from Zagreb to Dubrovnik Airport this afternoon. Passengers were greeted by a team of Adriatic DMC licensed tour guides and ground staff who helped them board coaches to the port.
Upon arrival at the port, passengers conducted a quick health check procedure and were able to check in at specially designated Viking Cruises’ desks within the port terminal building. After clearing security, passengers were then able to easily board Viking Neptune which was conveniently docked in front of the terminal building.
Adriatic DMC managing director, Srdjan Kristic commented, “Delivering an efficient and effortless embarkation for Viking Cruises’ passengers was our priority today and our team delivered.
“Our operations staff at Dubrovnik airport, licensed tour guides, coach drivers, and check-in team at the port terminal performed their tasks to the high professional standards we have become known and recognized for. “
Viking Neptune will sail on to Athens from Dubrovnik.
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