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MedCruise releases 2021/22 yearbook containing port facts and figures

Article-MedCruise releases 2021/22 yearbook containing port facts and figures

The issue provides contact details and important information about ports in the Mediterranean
The MedCruise Yearbook 2021/22 is now available to download online.

More than 90 pages long, the digital publication provides essential technical data relating to ports, including: maximum ship dimensions for berth; anchorage; transportation to the nearest airport/city centre and cruise traffic. 

Introductions from MedCruise’s board of directors opens the issue, which contains photos and contact information of port representatives across 21 countries. 

Visit the MedCruise website to read or download for free. 




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