Doubling down on green cruise

A Carnival Cruise Line ship berthed at Cruise Terminal 25.

Source: Port of Galveston

Michele Witthaus finds out how ambitious partnerships with two of the world’s largest cruise companies are enhancing the Port of Galveston’s capacity to ensure a sustainable passenger shipping future.

As a Green Marine-certified port since 2021, the Galveston Wharves and its partners are making progress in realising long-term changes to protect the environment, says Rodger Rees, Galveston Wharves Port Director and CEO.

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