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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...
The Port Network of the Southern Adriatic Sea gathers together the Ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli all along the west Adriatic coast of Italy. The five-port infrastructure includes 57 quays of approximately 10km of total quay length, all connected to the rail and road...
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Tangier City Port Management Company aims to make the pearl of the straight a leading destination for cruising, yachting and ferry tourism by managing and marketing all port activities.
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Trieste Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. manages the Maritime Station of Triest, which is situated in the heart of the city of Triest, just a few steps from the central square, Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia. It can accomodate two modern cruise vessels for home porting as well the possibiliity to berth ships...
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TN Tunisia
Stand No: MC4
Please visit stand MC4 for more information.
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Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. operates one of the largest homeports in the world and is the major gateway for cruising in the Adriatic and Eastern Med, thanks to its port infrastructure capacity (10 multifunctional cruise terminals and 3,400m of berths), non-stop improvement of operating...
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The Port of Vilagarcía, in Northwest Spain, is an excellent starting point to discover Rías Baixas and Santiago de Compostela. The port can accommodate ships with a maximum length of 265m and maximum water depth of 13m. The town centre is only a ten minute walk from the port.
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