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Vigo welcomes BA’s ‘Moving Forward’ proposals

Port of Vigo, SpainDavid Castro, commercial management Port of Vigo, was in no doubt that the Bermello Ajamil (BA) webinar was very interesting and helpful, and a good opportunity to update the information on how the pandemic is being faced in the different countries and ports of the world. He told CE: “We especially liked the development of the bubble concept in its different meanings, and the monitoring of the first experiences of resuming the activity”. (more…)

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Stockholm is open and receiving calls. This year it is expecting 29 calls with three of these being in December

Statsgården pier in central Stockholm (Courtesy Ports of Stockholm)They say every cloud has a silver lining and what may have appeared a wrong move by Sweden in the early days of Covid-19 is now working to the country’s benefit. The country’s radical approach to the pandemic, ie keeping schools and businesses open throughout, is not only benefiting its citizens but also the cruise industry. (more…)

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Cruise Europe Member Port News

Cruise Europe (Logo)Falmouth in Cornwall UK has lay-by berths available for ships up to 235m length overall. The French decree of March 23 2020 prohibiting stopovers of cruiseships with or without crew until April 15 2020 has been modified and the date of prohibition extended to May 11 2020. (more…)

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