Yalta sea trade port joined the Association of cruise ports of the Mediterranean

Yalta sea trade port joined the Association of cruise ports of the Mediterranean

The Yalta Sea Commercial Port was admitted to the Association of Cruise Ports of the Mediterranean (MedCruise), said the assistant to the head of the Yalta Sea Commercial Port Selina Y. V. This event was made possible thanks to the participation of representatives of the Yalta Port in the 37th General Assembly of the Mediterranean Cruise Port Association, is timed to the development of cruise tourism, which took place in French Cannes in late November.

This news indicates that the Yalta seaport is quite promising and is of interest to foreign shipowners who operate luxury cruise liners. Also this fact in the future will allow increasing the number of calls of passenger ships to the Ukrainian port, and this will contribute to the development of the port and the city as a whole.

About two thousand cruise operators, agents, shipowners and tour operators take part in the work of the Mediterranean Cruise Port Association and the annual exhibition-conference Seatrade Med 2010 Cannes.

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