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Nanaimo Port Authority Welcomes New CEO

The Nanaimo Port Authority board of directors has named Ewan Moir as the new President and CEO, effective October 10. Moir’s long career has taken him around the world in senior management positions in Norway, United Kingdom, Singapore, Holland and India.




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Nanaimo: Embracing More Ships

The Nanaimo Port Authority is expecting five calls and 12,000 passengers this year, according to Bernie Dumas, president and CEO. The callers will include Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Norwegian and Princess, in addition to Hapag Lloyd’s Europa carrying all German passengers. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Nanaimo Plans World-Class Rail Excursion

The Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) and SRY Rail Link have announced a joint feasibility study to create a “World Class” Vancouver Island rail excursion service. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Nanaimo Port Announces New Staff and Re-alignmnet

David Mailloux has accepted his new position as Manager, Communication & Public Affairs for the Nanaimo Port Authority, vacating his position as Manager, Community Relations / Marina held since April 2003. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Nanaimo. Cruise ship numbers declining

The cruise ship industry appears to be struggling this year, just as the Nanaimo Port Authority prepares to launch its brand-new cruise facility. (canada.com)




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New Nanaimo Terminal Nearing Completion

The Nanaimo Port Authority is nearly completion of its new $24 million dedicated cruise terminal, allowing the Canadian port to accommodate ships up to 1,050 feet, said a port official. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Nanaimo Suspends Cruise Ship Terminal Project

The Nanaimo Port Authority Board of Directors has suspended the $22-million floating cruise ship terminal project because, to date (April 1), it has not received the federal environmental assessment permits required to proceed with tender and construction of the terminal. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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