The sustainable agenda of European cruise ports

Isabelle Ryckbost

At the end of February, Brussels was the place to be for the European maritime sector. The maritime beau monde gathered in Europe’s capital for the second edition of the European Shipping Week.

ESPO actively participated in an interesting workshop organised by the cruise line organisation, CLIA, and hosted by the Maltese Presidency. The cruise lines very rightly showed how the cruise industry is doing well, despite the geopolitical situation. They summarised the challenges for the sector in four “C’s”: Conversion, Congestion, Conservation and Collaboration.

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