Exhibitors

PT Portugal
Stand No: 602
Parques de Sintra-Monte da Lua, S.A. is an entirely state owned company set up in 2000 following the UNESCO classification of the Sintra Cultural Landscape as of World Heritage status (1995). The company is a non-profit organisation with all earnings re-invested in preserving and enhancing the...
Passenger Port of St. Petersburg (Marine Façade) is the only specialised passenger port in Russia and one of the largest in Europe. Port facilities can accommodate up to 7 cruise and ferry ships simultaneously with 18,000 passengers aboard. Every year the port receives more than 200 ship calls and...
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GR Greece
Stand No: MC12
Piraeus Port Authority operates the largest port in Greece and one of the largest in Mediterranean sea. The cruise port of Piraeus, with 1 million cruise passengers every year is an ideal hub for reaching the famous Parthenon as well as many other famous tourist attractions in the east...
PMS is a company with more than 25 years of experience in the cruise market, positioning itself has a first quality leading agency in Portugal and Cape Verde. With offices in all main Portuguese ports including Madeira and Cape Verde islands. PMS offer in-house services such as: mooring/unmooring,...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
A Coruña, your Atlantic Cruise Port in Spain! A unique tourist destination with a wide range of shore excursions, rich historical heritage to discover, amazing natural landscapes and tasty gastronomy will certainly make A Coruña an unforgettable call and deliver a memorable cruise experience. 2017...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
The Port of Alicante is strategically placed and only one nights sailing from the principal Spanish Ports of the Mediterranean; Barcelona, Balearic Islands and Malaga. Alicante is a beautiful city that looks across the sea from the port. The port is very close to the city which offers passengers...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Please visit stand 320 for more information.
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ES Spain
Stand No: 320
The Port of Ceuta is a modern port located in North Africa at the south end of the Strait of Gibraltar. Ceuta offers exceptional climate, a beautiful landscape with a magnificent panoramic view of the Gibraltar Strait and is an important commercial centre as it is a duty free destination. It is...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Ferrol was the 18th Century’s War Port of the King of Spain and now is running to be UNESCO’s World’s Heritage. Passengers enjoy very nice architecture, museums, shops, gardens, etc. The “English Way to Santiago” starts in Ferrol and the surroundings are great for many and exclusive shore...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
The Port of Gijón is located on the North Atlantic Coast of Spain and is included in the European Atlantic itineraries. A wide range of shore excursions are offered and every year the number of cruise ship calls increase at the port. The port is able to accommodate any sized ship under any weather...
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JM Jamaica
Stand No: 522
The Port Authority of Jamaica is the agency responsible for the regulation and development of Jamaica's port and shipping industry. Under its Cruise Jamaica brand, its strategic objective is to develop and market the island’s cruise ports ensuring Jamaica’s position as one of the world's premier...
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IT Italy
Stand No: 330
The harbours of Messina and Milazzo are in the city centre, close to the main places of interest and the shopping centre. Both the ports enable cruise companies to organise shore excursions to places of magnificent beauty such as Taormina and Mount Etna.
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
State-of-the art port infrastructure and new fascinating opportunities in shore excursions, makes Valencia the perfect call. Valencia is the perfect combination of tradition and modernity, and it has evolved without renouncing to its historical roots or inheritance. The port has two quays for...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Nice weather and an impressive beautiful bay, those are some of the treasures of Vigo. There are two modern cruise terminals just a few minutes’ walk from downtown and the old quarters, unique cruise infrastructures to combine with the widest range of tours in the region, including Santiago,...
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ES Spain
Stand No: MC11
Port of Barcelona is the European leader, and the Mediterranean port par excellence. Figures are important but the overall goal is to consolidate the highest levels of quality and efficiency, to work hard in order to improve services day by day.
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The port is the bridge between the past and the future of Naples, Salerno and Castellammare di Stabia. In the widegulf there are two metropolitan areas which embrace the ancient times. Islands like Capri, Ischia and Procida, the enchanted lands of the Sorrento, Amalfi and Cilento coasts, the...
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Taranto is located in Puglia, Italy’s sun-drenched heel. One of the most ancient cities of Italy, Taranto was founded by Spartan exiles in 706 BC. Many historical finds are displayed in the Archaeological Museum. Named after Falanto, the Spartan hero, the new port centre under construction, will...
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Port Network Authority of the North Tyrrhenian Sea (Livorno, Piombino and Portoferraio) was established in 2016. Livorno is the gateway to Tuscan artistic cities. Piombino is the port to discover the natural beauties of southern Tuscany. Portoferraio is the capital of Elba, the largest island in...
Five doors in a paradise surrounded by the sea. Sardinia, a land where beauty of the places weave together with environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability. Anyone who reaches the Island by the sea with ferry or cruise ship, through the ports of Cagliari, Oristano, Olbia, Golfo...
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ES Spain
Stand No: 320
The Port of Bilbao is 15km from the city centre and 15km from the International Airport which both offer excellent travel connections. The Port has 3 berthing lines; two 684m lines and one 355m line with two cruise passeneger terminals; one 1,700sqm and the other 3,200sqm.
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ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Cartagena, with more than 3,000 years of history, is a compulsory destination due to its strategic position within the Mediterranean in the southeastern coast of Spain. The cruise terminal offers a berth 709m long, 12m water depth and passenger terminal, all in an area of 4,500sqm.
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
PortCastelló is a modern logistics platform in the Mediterranean. Out of the 46 Spanish ports it occupys fourth place in terms of profitability and it is growing at three times the average rate. The Castellón region is being fully developed for tourism so the port is working hard together with the...
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DE Germany
Stand No: 550
Over the past years, Hamburg – over 900,000 passengers and 220 calls - has evolved into the top 20 of turnaround ports worldwide. With Hamburg Cruise Days, the Port Anniversary and other maritime events, Hamburg is the most eventful city port in the world and welcomes cruise ships like no other...
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SI Slovenia
Stand No: MC2
Please visit stand MC2 for more information.
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Porto Cruise Terminal (Port of Leixões, Portugal) is the new cruise port on the Atlantic Coast. Planned to improve the whole cruise visitor experience, it can handle up to 2,500 passengers on turnaround calls and cruise ships up to 315m long. Porto combines tradition and modernity in a cosmopolitan...
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PT Portugal
Stand No: 400 & 500
The Port of Lisbon is a sheltered port located in the Tagus valley region. Its magnificent location and state-of-art cruise terminal offers excellent conditions for cruises around the Western Mediterranean and the North of Europe, transatlantic voyagers from East Coast of the USA and Brazil to...
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PT Portugal
Stand No: 500
Strategically located between the Atlantic and Mediterranean routes and only one night sailing from Lisbon, Portimão offers a unique cruise terminal located on the Portuguese holiday destination par excellence – the Algarve; the ideal place for summer holidays, combining joy, lovely weather and...
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MF Saint Martin (French part)
Stand No: 522
Saint-Martin, a breathtaking Caribbean island attracts millions of visitors. As a result, the Port of Saint-Martin provides effective, reliable and regular services to all passengers. Today, the port strives to improve the facilities, increase capacity and enhance customer services. The commitment...
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FR France
Stand No: MC15
Originality, novelty, as well as a distinctive and colourful cultural identity are the hallmark of Sete. Sete has a lot to offer; a terminal in the town centre for niche ‘boutique’ cruises, brand new berths for large ships, 5 UNESCO sites, a wide variety of excursion programs and lots of charm and...
PT Portugal
Stand No: 500
Setúbal Cruise Port & Destination is located in a beautiful bay with several surrounding natural attractions and with Lisbon airport only being a 30 minute drive, Setúbal stands as a new and trendy option for small cruise ships. It’s a place with a lot of history and authentic cultural...
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ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Discover the spectacular archaeological heritage of Roman Tarraco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fall in love at first sight with Catalan modernism in Gaudi’s hometown of Reus, or the amazing Poblet Monastery. Try outstanding wines in the region. Don’t miss PortAventura World and Ferrari Land...
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EG Egypt
Stand No: MC10
Port Said Port is one of the most important Egyptian ports on the Mediterranean, due its geographical location on the Eastern entrance of the Suez Canal. It is also on the entrance of the biggest global navigational channel (the Suez Canal) and at the mid of the biggest commercial navigational...
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The Port System Authority of the Eastern Sicilian Sea is a public institution and its tasks are addressing, programming, promoting and controlling the port activities in the port of Catania and Augusta. One of the most important objectives of the Port System Authority is promoting its ports in...
The Ports of Palermo, Termini Imerese, Trapani and Porto Empedocle, are privileged gates to western Sicily, a fascinating land to be discovered. Monumental historical, landscape, ethnic folkloristic, wine and food itineraries shall offer a variety of original routes for a unique cruising experience...
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IT Italy
Stand No: MC13
Livorno is the natural gatway to the art cities of Tuscany; Florence, Lucca, Pisa and Siena, which can all be reached in a short time due to the excellent road and rail connections. Livorno has 11 port berths and two well-equipped cruise terminals that can also handle the ships using Livorno as a...
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PT Portugal
Stand No: 500
Ports of Azores is a company that manages port activity in the archipelago and is also responsible for promoting the islands in the cruise market.
ES Spain
Stand No: MC20
Please visit stand MC20 for more information.
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ES Spain
Stand No: MC21
Ports of Catalonia is a public-sector company forming part of the Government of Catalonia. This company directs, plans and manages fishing, recreational, cargo and cruise ports. Among those, the cruise ports of Palamós and Roses promoted under “Costa Brava Cruise Ports” and Sant Carles de la Ràpita...
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The Port Authority of Western Ligurian Sea manages the ports of Genoa (cruise ports of Genoa and Savona) registering a total traffic of around 2 million cruise passengers per year. Genoa is homeport to MSC where passenger throughput in 2017 was 925,188 while Savona is homeport to Costa Crociere...
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La Spezia is located in the centre of one of the most protected natural ports on the Italian coast. Hosting over 500,000 passengers per year, La Spezia is becoming the most interesting cruise port in Italy. With the port of Marina di Carrara, the Eastern Ligurian Sea can offer the essence of the...
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Please visit stand 330 for more information.
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ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Ports of Spain - Blue Carpet Spain and its ports are world leaders in the cruise sector. The strategic geographic location, the attractiveness for tourists and the quality ports provide a truly unique experience: A Blue Carpet experience. Visit stand 320 where the Ports of Spain, including...
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ES Spain
Stand No: MC24
Ports of Tenerife offer 5 cruise ports in 4 of the Canary Islands. Tenerife, with 3 cruise terminals including the largest in the region, Los Cristianos a tender port, the Port of La Palma with a 740m berthing line, La Gomera with a 340m berthing line and La Estaca with a 223m berthing line. All of...
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FR France
Stand No: MC14
In intense culture and heritage oriented West Med itineraries, Toulon offers a parenthesis where guests can chill out and slowdown the pace for a full day by enjoying the nature and the beach at the heart of the city. At the same time guests can live an immersive and interactive discovery of the...
GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 460
Portsmouth’s attractive harbour creates a dramatic arrival and departure for cruise guests. As the UK’s best connected port, passengers meet their ship straight off the motorway. Portsmouth is also close to main shipping routes, once onboard it’s not long before reaching warmer waters. Exciting...
Toulon Bay offers all the charms of the South of France: the Provence way of life, preserved nature and a rich historical heritage. Just a stone's throw from the port you can stroll around the intimate streets of Toulon with their fountains and shops or head to one of the nearby beaches and enjoy...
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