Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2022

7 CONTENTS Association highlights 72 Aimilia Papachristou reveals how MedCruise is helping cruise port members to achieve their environmental goals 74 CruiseCopenhagen shares how and why it aims to become a year-round cruise destination 76 Cruise Baltic considers how cruise lines and ports can work together to strengthen shore power plans in the Baltic Sea region 77 Jens Skrede highlights how Cruise Europe is playing a role in creating a sustainable future for the cruise industry 78 Australia’s cruise industry is preparing for a successful restart, says Australian Cruise Association’s Jill Abel 79 Atlantic Cruise Canada Association is supporting initiatives and infrastructure projects ahead of the return of international cruising Ports and destinations Mediterranean 80 Port of Tarragona Africa 81 Mauritius Port Authority Middle East 82 Cruise Saudi 84 AD Ports Group Asia 85 Hong Kong Tourism Board 86 Okinawa Convention & Visitors Bureau Regional spotlight 88 Destinations along the St. Lawrence River are back open for business and eagerly preparing for international cruise calls in 2022 North America 91 Port of Seattle 92 Prince Edward Island Caribbean 93 Martinique 94 Port Authority of Jamaica Featured ports & destinations 97 Our guide to some of the most popular ports and destinations around the world Cruise & Ferry is proud to partner with the following organisations to support and promote their global visions and objectives The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is the Caribbean’s tourism development agency comprising membership of 27 countries and territories, as well as a myriad of private sector allied members. CLIA is the world’s largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry. CLIA was formed in 1975 in response to a need for an association to promote the special benefits of cruising. Interferry is the only shipping association representing the ferry industry worldwide There are currently 220 members (representing approximately 500 individuals) from 34 countries. The International Federation of Interior Architects/ Designers is the global authority for professional interior architecture and design organisations. It provides a forum for exchanging and developing knowledge and experience in education, research and practice. The World Ocean Council is a global, cross-sector alliance committed to promoting corporate ocean responsibility. It brings together over 35,000 ocean industry and media stakeholders from around the world to collaborate on responsible use of the seas. Established in Beijing in 2012, World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) is a non-profit international organisation whose members include many major cities and tourism-related institutions. 82 88