ADP to develop Aqaba cruise terminal

AD Ports Group (ADP) has signed four agreements and a Head of Terms Agreement (HoT) with Aqaba Development Corp (ADC). These agreements will result in ADP supporting Aqaba’s development of tourism, logistics, transport and digital infrastructure, including the building of a new cruise terminal. The [Read more...]

2022-01-14T20:30:26+00:00 January 14th, 2022|Ports|

Majorca to limit cruise ship numbers

The Balearic Government is to limit cruise ships to a maximum of three vessels per day calling at Palma, Majorca. In addition, only one mega cruise ship carrying 5,000 people or more will be allowed to berth. It was estimated that this move would result [Read more...]

2022-01-14T19:56:21+00:00 January 14th, 2022|Ports|

Valencia earmarks funds for new passenger terminal

The Port Authority of Valencia’s (PAV) business plan 2021-2025 involves total investments of around €1,098 mill. Among the investments is a €27.4 mill passenger terminal. APV said that it was aiming to introduce a more sustainable and de-carbonised port, a more innovative port that attracts [Read more...]

2022-01-14T19:19:25+00:00 January 14th, 2022|Ports|

Second Saudi cruise terminal to be built

The Saudi Ports Authority (MAWANI) is to build a new cruise terminal at Dammam’s King Abdulaziz Port in co-operation with Cruise Saudi and the Globe Group. In addition, four passenger ship berths will be added at Dammam and Yanbu Commercial Port. MAWANI said that this [Read more...]

2021-11-27T10:31:45+00:00 November 26th, 2021|Ports|

Patreksfjordur joins Cruise Europe

Patreksfjordur is a new cruise destination in the Westfjords of Iceland. It is the largest town in the Southern Westfjords and the westernmost town of Europe, predominantly a fishing town with various services and public administration, Cruise Europe said. The town is rich in commercial [Read more...]

2021-11-26T15:37:16+00:00 November 26th, 2021|Ports|