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ES Spain
Stand No: 220
Andalucía is the meeting point between the Atlantic and the Med, reachable through the Ports of Algeciras, Almería, Cadiz, Huelva, Málaga, Motril and Sevilla with over 900 km of coast. From Alpine mountain landscapes to tropical areas, from impressive monuments in large towns to typical small...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
The Port of Melilla is located on the east side of the Strait of Gibraltar. The port enjoys a privileged geostrategic enclave in Africa’s Mediterranean coast, a passing place of major trade routes between Europe and North Africa. The Port of Melilla has an attractive tax status and customs, due to...
NO Norway
Stand No: 550
Cruise Europe as an organsiation is unique in its structure, diversity and geographical spread. It extends along the most beautiful coastlines from Lisbon to St Petersburg, Svalbard and Iceland. They are a vital link between their 140 members and the cruise industry.
IS Iceland
Stand No: 450
Cruise Iceland was established in 2004 to combine the resources of all those involved in receiving cruise ships to promote the island as an exciting destination. Today the association has 30 members, including 22 ports providing easy access to every area of the country, tour operators and other...
NO Norway
Stand No: 660
Cruise Norway promotes Norway as the world's ultimate nature-based cruise destination. Established in 1992, the focus of the business is on the international cruise industry, working B2B to present and promote Norwegian cruise ports, destinations and attractions for cruise lines, cruise operators,...
GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 460
CruiseBritain is a collaboration of ports, destinations and service providers focused on increasing cruise traffic, working with regional identities and diversities and showcasing our world-class cruise destination. Pavilion includes ABP Cruise, Portsmouth, Wales, SMS; plus, Guernsey, Jersey,...
GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 460
As Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth has a strategic position at the western end of the English Channel. Destination Plymouth is developing improved visitor experience, in shore excursions and a year-long cultural and events programme for 2020. AB Ports operates the existing cruise berth, suitable for...
AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 570
Dubai Tourism is the principal authority for the planning, supervision, development and marketing of Dubai’s tourism sector; marketing and promoting the Emirate’s commerce sector; and is responsible for the licensing and classification of all tourism services, including hotels, tour operators and...
FR France
Stand No: MC18
French Riviera Ports represent 3 anchor ports calls: Cannes-Antibes and Villefranche-sur-Mer and 1 alongside Port Nice. So much emotion in one place, so much light and effervescence! The French Riviera or Côte d’Azur offers even more diversity and originality this spring and in the long summer days.
GL Greenland
Stand No: 110
Collaboration between different suppliers to the cruise industry in Greenland. Companies represented on the stand are Arctic Adventure, Blue Water Shipping – Greenland, Greenland Pilot Service and Sikuki - Nuuk Harbour.
Established in 1847, INCHCAPE Shipping Services is today the world’s leading maritime services provider, covering virtually every key port in the world. INCHCAPE Cruise Solutions is a strategic department within the framework of marine operations, offering specialised insight to Cruise Lines,...
EG Egypt
Stand No: MC10
Inchcape Shipping Services provide full port agency services through a unique network and selected partners. The services are designed exclusively around the needs of the customers and include full cargo agency, crew logistics, husbandry, transits, dry docking, bunker calls, protective agency,...
Intercruises is an experienced global business offering turnaround, shore excursion, hotel contracting and port agency services to the ocean and river cruise industry. Cruise specialist teams handle all vessel, guest and crew needs, before, during and after a ship’s time in port.
FR France
Stand No: MC19
Recently ranked the Mediterranean’s number 4 cruise port, Marseille is the gateway to Provence and offers 150 excursion options. The French leader cruise port benefits from good international air and rail connections and excellent port facilities with investments on ship repair, LNG, cruise...
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...
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.
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
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.
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...
ES Spain
Stand No: 320
Santander is the capital of a region called Cantabria. The heart of “Green Spain” it has the advantage of offering a variety of shore excursions in a relatively small area. There are many possibilities to prepare lots of interesting shore excursions that are just half an hour away from the...
KN Saint Kitts and Nevis
Stand No: 522
Situated in the Northern Leeward Islands, St. Kitts offers a diverse tourism product developed from the destination’s natural beauty, cultural heritage and rich history. The island’s variety of tourism attractions include the Caribbean’s only scenic passenger railway, the Caribelle Batik factory...
FR France
Stand No: MC16
Var Provence: Enjoy VARiety in one destination! With 12 ports there is great VARiety of innovative and immersive shore excursions and ecotours. In 2018 the region expects 230 calls from 30 different cruise lines bringing in 220,000 passengers. Meet the delegation on stand MC16 with 8 port and...