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MedCruise introduces a new-look website

MedCruise, whose members represent 135 cruise ports and destinations across the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas, has launched a new website comprised of seven sections that includes a Member’s area, a renewed News segment and an updated Events page.

Profile and features 

The new Home Page will display the Annual Statistics Report, the Yearbook (members’ contact information) and the biannual publication, MedCruise News. Each MedCruise member will also have access to a profile containing vast data which includes company information, project details and port facts and statistics (berth, anchorage, quays etc).

Airam Diaz, president of MedCruise Associationsaid: ‘I am very proud to present our new website, which highlights the importance of the marketing task in our Association, in line with the Working Plan approved by the members in Toulon during the 51st MedCruise General Assembly’.

New information

Updates relating to the Association’s two General Assemblies (GA), annual MedCruise Awards and Professional Development Course (PDC) will feature on the site for MedCruise members and access to contact information of the Secretariat team, Board of Directors and President of MedCruise is also available on the new platform.

‘With the priceless support of the Secretariat, which has contributed with new and fresh ideas, we have started developing a responsive and modern website’, commented Maria Cano, MedCruise marketing director.


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