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Endorsing first Mediterranean Regional Cruise Dialogue (MRCD) conclusions

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Being the Association representing cruise ports in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas, MedCruise has actively participated in the meeting, shaping the future of European initiatives aiming to the sustainable growth of cruising.

MedCruise welcomes the conclusions of the First Mediterranean Regional Cruise Dialogue (MRCD) that were circulated by the European Commission.

The MRCD implements Action 3 of the European Commission’s Coastal and Maritime Tourism Strategy, detailed in 2014. It was organised by DG MARE and DG GROW in October 2015 and gathered stakeholders from ports, cruise lines and destinations.

Being the Association representing cruise ports in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas, MedCruise has actively participated in the meeting, shaping the future of European initiatives aiming to the sustainable growth of cruising.  

MedCruise members had the privilege to be briefed by the European Commission on the MRCD’s outcome during the MedCruise General Assembly also held in Olbia the day after the event.

In line with the conclusions of the regional meeting, MedCruise reconfirms its commitment to continue the fruitful cooperation with CLIA Europe, with fellow port association representing cruise ports and port authorities in Europe, and with destinations stakeholders, in order to further develop a meaningful European agenda aligning all in applying the best practices for promoting sustainable and responsible growth of cruise activities in the Med and its adjoining seas.

Med Cruise Dialogue Olbia - Final Report



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