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Lisbon counts down to Seatrade Cruise Med



The Port of Lisbon Authority (APL) has begun the count-down to Seatrade Cruise Med 2018 – the world’s largest cruise industry event focussed on the Mediterranean and adjoining seas – and this year, an integral element of the recently announced Portugal Shipping Week.

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Lisbon registers record cruise ship numbers last year




Lisbon Cruise Terminal (Source: MedCruise)A record number of cruise ships stopped off in Lisbon in 2017, the Port of Lisbon announced on Thursday. A total of 123 different cruise ships docked in the Portuguese capital over the course of 2017, beating the previous best of 120 registered in 2013. (xinhuanet.com)

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Global Ports Holding to open new state-of-the-art terminal in Lisbon Cruise Port



Lisbon Cruise Terminal (Source: MedCruise)Lisbon Cruise Port is to receive a significant boost with the opening of its new, state-of-the-art terminal. The terminal building, which has already won a number of awards, will be inaugurated on the 10th November 2017, following a EUR24 million investment and two year construction process. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Port of Lisbon Wants Homeport Calls




Lisbon Cruise Terminal (Source: MedCruise)“We emphasize first time calls,” said Ana Lourenço, cruise manager for the Port of Lisbon. And of those, the port is expecting quite a few with maiden visits scheduled from the Viking Sky, Freedom of the Seas, TUI Discovery 2, Columbus, Silver Muse, Variety Voyager, Caribbean Princess, Ocena Diamond, Viking Sun and the new MSC Meraviglia. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Cruise Port Review by MedCruise: Lisbon




Lisbon Cruise Terminal (Source: MedCruise)Cruise lines have four dedicated cruise terminals located in the heart of Lisbon, all within easy walking distance from the city center and historical sites.

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Lisbon expects 10% increase in cruise traffic for 2015



Tower of Belém, LisbonDuring a recent visit to the capital’s cruise terminal, Antonio Pires de Lima, Portugal’s Minister of Economy, forecast that Lisbon’s cruise business would grow by 10% in 2015, as compared to 2014. (cruisebusiness.com)

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