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Global Ports Holding says strong recovery of cruising continues despite challenging economic outlook

Operated by Global Ports Holding, Bodrum Cruise Port offers full terminal services, marine services and ancillary servicesGlobal Ports Holding (GPH), the Istanbul based and London listed company that is the world’s largest cruise port operator, said the cruise industry continues a rapid recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, despite a generally challenging economic outlook.

The company said that while the cruise lines recovery plans mean some itineraries remain different from pre-Covid patterns, the vast majority of the global cruise fleet is now sailing, with only industry occupancy rates left to recover to pre-Covid levels.

Full story https://cruisebusiness.com/index.php/news-section/more-news-category/10146-global-ports-holding-says-strong-recovery-of-cruising-continues-despite-challenging-economic-outlook

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The First North American Cruise Port for Global Ports Holding: signed a 10-year concession with Prince Rupert Port Authority, British Columbia, Canada

GPH - Global Ports Holding (Logo)Global Ports Holding Plc (“GPH”), the world’s largest independent cruise port operator, is pleased to announce that it has signed a 10-year concession, with a 10-year extension option, with Prince Rupert Port Authority to manage cruise services at Prince Rupert Cruise Port in British Columbia, Canada. (more…)

Global Ports Holding: Memorandum of Understanding signed with the Government of St Lucia

GPH - Global Ports Holding (Logo)Global Ports Holding Plc (“GPH”), the world’s largest independent cruise port operator, is pleased to announce that, following bilateral discussions, it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of St Lucia for a 30-year concession, with a potential 10-year extension option for the cruise related operations in St Lucia. (more…)

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Global Ports Holding (GPH) Continues to Grow with 3 Ports in the Canary Islands

Global Ports Holding is pleased to announce that Global Ports Canary Islands, an 80:20 joint venture between GPH and our local partner Sepcan, has successfully completed the competitive RFP process for certain Canary Island cruise ports having received final acceptance for the concessions for three cruise ports in the Canary Islands: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Arrecife (Lanzarote) and Puerto del Rosario (Fuerteventura). (more…)

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Biggest Ship to ever call Kalundborg, Denmark. Kalundborg Cruise Port, operated by Global Ports Holding welcomed the biggest ship to ever call Kalundborg as well as its first call for the 2022 season with AIDA Cruises

Kalundborg Cruise Port, operated by Global Ports Holding, the world’s largest cruise port operator, welcomed the biggest ship to ever call Kalundborg as well as its first call for the 2022 season with AIDA Cruises. (more…)

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Tourism Sustainability Award to Global Ports Holding. Award conferred to Stephen Xuereb, Global Ports Holding’s COO and Global Ports Holding

Global Ports Holding Plc (“GPH”), the world’s largest cruise port operator is pleased to announce that Stephen Xuereb, COO of Global Ports Holding was conferred an award for Tourism Sustainability by the Mediterranean Tourism Foundation in his name and on behalf of Global Ports Holding. (more…)





Welcoming Crotone to the GPH Network: Crotone signs four-year concession agreement with Global Ports

GPH - Global Ports Holding (Logo)Global Ports Holding, the world’s largest independent cruise port operator, is pleased to announce that, it has signed a concession agreement with the Port Authority System of the South Tyrrhenian and Ionian seas (ports of Gioia Tauro, Corigliano, Crotone, Palmi and Vibo Valentia) for a 4-year renewable concession to manage the services for cruise passengers in the Port of Crotone, Italy. (more…)

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The cruise season 2021 of the port of Taranto ends with the last call of the “MSC Seaside”

Porto di Taranto “Cruise Season 2021”. Closing Ceremony

On 11th NOVEMBER 2021, at the Pier 1 West Side (San Cataldo Pier) of the port of Taranto, the closing ceremony of the 2021 cruise season took place, organised by the Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea in collaboration with the Municipality of Taranto and Taranto Cruise Port. (more…)

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