The Port of Dubrovnik attended the Seatrade Cruise Global in Florida, Fort Lauderdale, held from the 5th to the 9th of March. This is the largest fair of the cruise industry in the world and was attended by representatives of the ports of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Sibenik and Rijeka on a joint stand under the name “Croatian Cruise Ports”. (thedubrovniktimes.com)
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 18th of December, 2017, cruise trips on the Adriatic this year have been considerably less frequent than they were last year – according to data, cruise ships spent 1,359 days in Croatia this year, which is a significant 18% less than in the same period recorded last year. (total-croatia-news.com)
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This year’s millionth passenger arrived two days earlier than last year by speedboat Krilo Star on Wednesday 13th September at noon exactly at the operative quay at Gruž port. The lucky passenger, Ms. Barbara Rogers from Los Angeles was greeted by Mr. Blaž Pezo, General Manager of Dubrovnik Port Authority who presented her with flowers and gifts.
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Leaders of Cruise Lines International Association Meet With Mayor of Dubrovnik to Discuss State of the Tourism Industry
The Mayor of the City of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, and his associates met with the management team of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) along with high-level representatives of the world’s leading cruise lines on Thursday in Hamburg, to discuss the current state of the tourism industry within Dubrovnik.
At the tenth edition of the Mediterranean Cruise Excellence Awards 2017, hosted in the MedCruise member port of Cartagena on February 16th, the Port Authority of Dubrovnik won the award in the category of “The Best Mediterranean Cruise Port / Destination in 2016”.