THE CRUISE SHIP M/S ZAANDAM CALLS AT THE PORT OF ABIDJAN
On Monday, December 5, 2022, the port of Abidjan welcomed for a few hours of call, the cruise ship M / S ZAANDAM with 1666 people on board including 1080 passengers and 586 crew members.
237.195 m long with a width of 32.24 m, this ship of nine (9) levels, coming from Takoradi in Ghana, after having embarked its passengers in the United States, made a stop at the port of Abidjan to allow its passengers to discover some tourist wealth of the Ivory Coast.
Some of the passengers went to the administrative town of Plateau to visit the Ivorian Museum of Civilizations, to Cocody at the Kiyi Village to attend African dances, while others went to the historical tourist and seaside town of Grand-Bassam before going to the charming town of Bonoua for a visit of the large pineapple plantations.
Note that the next stop of the M/S ZAANDAM is the port of Dakar, Senegal.