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Cruises in the Mediterranean

"The cruise ship is becoming the very object of desire" - 03/27/2013 - interview by Astrid Jousset

Econostrum.info: How big is the Mediterranean cruise market in relation to other tourism markets (seaside, cultural, etc.)? Etienne Pauchant: It is very small. We are talking around 5 million cruise passenger arrivals in Europe each year out of a total of 300 million arrivals. The bases are essentially in Europe (Barcelona in...

Mediterraean ports invest in cruises - 03/27/2013 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

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.

Genoa is expected to exceed one million cruise passengers in 2013 - 03/27/2013 - Christiane Navas

Homeport of MSC, Genoa takes advantage of the growing number of Mediterranean cruises.

Barcelona makes way for more cruises - 03/27/2013 - Francis Matéo, BARCELONA

SPAIN. Barcelona is still the cruise capital of the Mediterranean despite a decline in passenger numbers. New developments carried out this year should allow it to regain lost territory.

Cruise ships at anchor in the Mediterranean - 03/15/2013 - Frédéric Dubessy

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.
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