The first edition of the MedCruise Awards took place on June 25th, 2019 in Genoa. This major cruise event was proudly hosted by our founding member, Port of Genoa, today managed by Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority.
The first edition of the MedCruise Awards took place on June 25th, 2019 in Genoa, at Salone di Rappresentanza del Comune. This major cruise event was proudly hosted by our founding member, Port of Genoa, today managed by Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority, in a city that offers premier cruise business opportunities in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea.
The first edition of the MedCruise Awards will take place on June 25th, 2019 in Genoa. This major cruise event is proudly hosted by our founding member, Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mare Adriatico Meridionale, in a city that offers premier cruise business opportunities in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea.
MedCruise, the Association of the Mediterranean Cruise Ports, strongly refutes the conclusions from the report published recently by Transport & Environment (June 2019) as well as the findings of the publication, which are based on an in-house analysis using highly questionable methodology with estimated data on cruise ships emissions.
The 54th MedCruise General Assembly is currently underway in Kuşadasi, Turkey, hosted by Global Ports Holding (GPH), the biggest specialist cruise port operator in the world. Unsurprisingly, the main focus of the conference is on the revival of Eastern Mediterranean cruise market in general, the Turkish market in particular. (cruisebusiness.com)
MedCruise President, Airam Diaz Pastor, and MedCruise Director for North Africa, Cherifa Ben Salem, together with some Tunisian personalities and Port La Goulette Director, Mohamed Omrane, launched last week in Tunis the MedCruise Working Group on North Africa.
The port of Palamós (Baix Empordà) and the port of Roses (Alt Empordà) have closed the 2018 cruise ship season with 54 calls and over 51,000 passengers, increasing calls by 17% and passenger numbers by 13% with respect to last year.
Mr Airam Diaz Pastor, President of MedCruise, met the President of Spanish Ports (Puertos del Estado), Ms Ornella Chacon Martel, at the headquarters of her organisation in Madrid, where they had the opportunity to discuss about the future and challenges of the cruise industry as well as look for ways of collaboration in order to promote a sustainable cruise business in ports and cities of the region.
MedCruise President and MedCruise Black Sea Director together with the Ukrainian Deputy Minster of Infrastructure, the Acting Head of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, the Deputy Mayor of Odessa and the General Manager of Odessa Port launched today in Odessa (Ukraine) the MedCruise Working Group on Black Sea.