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BC Ferries launches first LNG dual-fuel vessel
Scandlines transformed to ‘efficient traffic machine’ after exceeding expectations
Greece, Travel body slams ferry union

Greece, Travel body slams ferry union

Athens - As ferries remained anchored in Greek ports Thursday for the third day in a row due to a seamen’s strike, the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (HATTA) hit out at the seamen’s union (PNO) for the protracted action, saying it was holding the Greek tourism sector hostage

Greek seamen extend strike for 4 days

Greek seamen extend strike for 4 days

Athens - Greek seamen and journalists walked off the job Tuesday, a day before a nationwide general strike to protest new austerity measures the government is legislating for in return for more bailout funds. The seamen’s union announced Tuesday afternoon they would extend their strike

“No to limited numbers in the Cinque Terre”

“No to limited numbers in the Cinque Terre”

La Spezia - Limit the number of tourists in the Cinque Terre Park? “It is an easy way out, a way of abdicating responsibility. One must come up with an infrastructure plan for that area.” On the eve of a summit, Liguria’s governor Giovanni Toti opposed any proposal to limit tourism

Cruise ship arrested for discharge of faeces
Italian court upholds conviction of Costa Concordia captain
MSC, record numbers in Genoa

MSC, record numbers in Genoa

Genoa confirms its role as MSC Cruises’ strategic hub for the Mediterranean. Up to 1 May, in April, more than 83,000 passengers were carried by the 22 ships present at Genoa, a port that has always represented for MSC Cruises the leading port in terms of passenger handling

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