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2015 Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum Announced

The third Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum will be held May 2015 in Athens, the event’s organizers confirmed recently.
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Major Cruise Companies “Eye” Heraklion For Home Porting

Four international cruise companies are currently in discussions with the Heraklion Port Authority to include the Cretan cruise destination as a homeport for their ships by 2015, according to the authority’s president and CEO, Yiannis Bras.
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Greece’s Yachting Yearns For Growth

Greece’s cumbersome, complex and constantly changing legislative and regulatory frameworks in the pleasure boat segment and lagging marina infrastructure cost the country billions in lost tourism revenues each year, according to speakers at the 2nd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum,...
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Greek Ports Need Better Infrastructure To Boost Cruise Tourism

“Of the 36 billion euros plus revenue spread across European cruising destinations, Greece is the recipient of just 600 million euros due to its lagging home porting capabilities and infrastructure challenges,” international cruise experts said on the first day of the 2nd...
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Greece On Track But “Ain’t Plain Cruising Yet” Says Global Cruise Industry

Greece is extremely popular as a destination for cruise companies but the country still needs to do more in order to realize its full potential, representatives from the world’s two biggest cruise lines said today, 28 May, on the first day of the 2nd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum...
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Posidonia Forum And Exhibition Opens Today In Athens

The 2nd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum opened its doors today, 28 May, at the Megaron Athens International Conference Center with a line up of senior officials and key decision makers from the global cruising and yachting sectors.
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Maritime Tourism High On Greek Government’s Agenda

The development of marine and cruise tourism is a high priority for the government, according to recent statements made by the secretary general of the Greek Tourism Ministry, Anastasios Liaskos.
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Athens To Host Global Cruise, Yachting Majors

Over 200 Greek and international delegates and exhibitors from 25 countries and a prestigious line up of senior officials and key decision makers from the global cruising and yachting sectors will anchor in Athens at the end of the month for a series of debates on the prospects...
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2nd Posidonia Forum To Focus on Cruise, Yachting, Passenger Shipping

For two days, Athens will be the meeting place for discussions and debates on the cruise sector’s growth challenge for Greece, Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea, organizer Posidonia Exhibitions said in regards to this year’s 2nd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum.

2nd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum To Launch Next May

Following the success of the Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum in 2011, the second forum to be held next year will widen the scope to address a greater range of marine tourism development issues.