Tags (5) : cruise
03/27/2013 | Industry / Transport
Barcelona, Genoa, Toulon, Marseille…The battle of the cruises is being won on land in the great ports of the Mediterranean that are continuing to develop new platforms and large marine terminals. Today’s investments will make all the difference tomorrow. Panorama of the sites in the Mediterranean.
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03/15/2013 | Industry / Transport
Tomorrow, the cruise market in the Mediterranean will overtake the Caribbean, which is currently number one. With increasing capacities and an increasing annual presence in the Mediterranean, ships from the main international companies are delighting in this playground, which offers huge room for growth in terms of cruises.
10/24/2012 | Environmental and development issues
Most of the departure ports are in Italy, so they get the employment and economic benefits. There are no departure ports in the south, according to a study being conducted by Plan Bleu pour la Méditerranée. Cruise operators have managed to grow their business despite the financial and economic...
09/29/2012 | Reflections
By Robert Ashdown, Technical, Environment and Operations Director for the European Cruise Council (E.C.C). Pioneers in the maritime industry for the protection of the marine environment and the fight against greenhouse gases, cruise operators have been developing initiatives from keel to...
09/29/2012 | Industry / Transport
The growth in passengers travelling by sea requires a reduced carbon footprint on the marine environment and the environment in general. Under pressure from more stringent international and European standards, technologies are evolving, as is behaviour, but there is still much to do.
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