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A landmark 2017 for MedCruise


Τhe sustainable development of the Blue Economy in the Western Mediterranean, was the theme of the Stakeholders Conference held in 2nd February 2017, in Barcelona, Spain. MedCruise was actively present, represented by Valeria Mangiarotti, assigned member for environmental issues, Port of Cagliari. MedCruise re-confirmed its commitment to continue its work aiming to secure a sustainable and responsible growth of cruise activities in the Med and beyond and welcomes the Blue Growth Strategy report published by the European


50th MedCruise General Assembly celebrated in Gibraltar MedCruise celebrated its 50th General Assembly in Gibraltar, a destination offering premier cruise opportunities, as well as one of the founder member ports of the Association. MedCruise delegates had a unique opportunity to meet with more than 110 cruise industry professionals including cruise line executives and journalists, port executives, travel agents and other stakeholders, while at the same time enjoying an indelible travel experience in beautiful Gibraltar. In plenary sessions, MedCruise members along with esteemed cruise line guests had the chance to discuss how to “Sustain Cruise Growth in the Med”, by “Improving Cruise Port Operations” and updating services and infrastructures required. During an open discussion between cruise ports and cruise line executives CLIA Europe Chairman Kerry


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Commission which takes stock of the results obtained since 2012 and will continue being among the key actors towards implementation of measures that promote smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and employment opportunities in the Mediterranean cruise and maritime economy. MedCruise presented to the cruise world gathered in Fort Lauderdale for Seatrade Cruise Global in March, the 2017 edition of MedCruise Statistical Report, covering in detail the cruise activities in its member ports. Presenting the report, MedCruise President Kristijan Pavic


Anastassiadis explained why cruise forms a major contributor to the local economies and what is the role of the port in supporting this positive cruise impact. All port and associate members had a first class opportunity to enjoy in total three sessions of B2B meetings with cruise line executives and international press representatives. The 50th MedCruise GA confirmed the admission of two new members, Ashdod Port and DP World Limassol.


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