Amera, the first cruise ship anchored on Tunisian coasts since 2015, arrived on Thursday in the northern suburb of Tunis with 1,090 passengers. According to the port of La Goulette, this is the first cruise ship stopped on the Tunisian coasts since the terrorist attack of Bardo Museum in Tunis in 2015, in which 22 tourists were killed. (xinhuanet.com)
MedCruise President, Airam Diaz Pastor, and MedCruise Director for North Africa, Cherifa Ben Salem, together with some Tunisian personalities and Port La Goulette Director, Mohamed Omrane, launched last week in Tunis the MedCruise Working Group on North Africa. (more…)
The Tunisian State and Al Karama Holding has decided to proceed, through an international tender offer, to the sale of all its shares in one single block representing 99.98% in the capital of Goulette Shipping Cruise to an investor who is able to insure its management and development. (more…)
Viking Sea has called yesterday (Jan. 18) for the first time at la Goulette Cruise Terminal. The ship had onboard almost 900 passengers, most of them were Americans and made a stopover from 9am to 6pm. (more…)
La Goulette Cruise terminal received on 06/10/2016 the first call of the year with Europa ship from German Hapag Lloyd. Europa have called from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time carrying on board about 300 passengers. (more…)
MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises have cancelled all port stops to Tunisia for the rest of the year. Four other lines — P&O Cruises, Oceania, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises — have ships scheduled to call in at Tunis this year. (cruisecritic.com)
On March 18th, MSC Splendida called on the port of La Goulette, Tunis for its weekly call performed during the season from December 17, 2014 to April 15, 2015. The ship arrived with 3,714 guests and 1,267 crewmembers aboard.