Tagged: Gibraltar

Gibraltar Targeting 400,000 Passengers

GibraltarGibraltar is expecting 254 calls and just over 400,000 cruise passengers this year, up from 235 calls a year ago. Even more impressive is the growth from 2013, when the port welcomed 278,139 cruise guests on 179 calls. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Gibraltar welcomed Seabourn Ovation in her inaugural call, recently joined the International Association for Ports and Harbours and refreshed its Port Handbook

The 40,350 ton, 604 passenger cruise ship Seabourn Ovation made its inaugural visit to Gibraltar on Monday 21st May. Like sister ship Seabourn Encore, which made its inaugural call to Gibraltar on 11th Aug 2017, it is an encore-class cruise ship built by Fincantieri and is 26% larger than the older Seabourn ships. (more…)

MedCruise Opens 50th General Assembly

The 50th MedCruise General Assembly was formally opened this morning by Nicky Guerrero, chief executive of the Gibraltar Board of Tourism, which is hosting the event; Thanos Pallis, general secretary of MedCruise, Kristijan Pavić, president of MedCruise, and Captain Bob Sanguinetti, CEO of the Gibraltar Port Authority and Captain of the Port. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

MedCruise Readies for 50th General Assembly

MedCruise will make history in June when it gathers in Gibraltar for a ground-breaking 50th General Assembly event. The event will run from June 14-17 as MedCruise members, which are the majority of Mediterranean cruise ports, will gather with industry stakeholders and key cruise line representatives to discuss issues and challenges and working together. (cruiseindustrynews.com)