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Italy’s Tyrrhenian ports are seeing signs of recovery from the cruise sector

Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:11

The ports of the upper Tyrrhenian Sea are breathing a sigh of relief, as there are signs of recovery in the air for Livorno, Piombino, Portoferraio, Rio Marina, Cavo and the island of Capraia. With 2020 behind them, the ports in the Upper Tyrrhenian Sea are looking for new development prospects in cruise shipping, which has suffered more than other sectors from the effects of the pandemic.

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A revival, though there are still challenges ahead

"After more than a year's pause - explains AdSP President Luciano Guerrieri - the cruise sector is once again giving tentative signs of vitality with a gradual planning of ships using out ports up to the summer season. 2022 will certainly be a year of change and new challenges, we will have to completely reposition ourselves in the market, but we will not be alone. We will have the active support of our terminal operators, with them we will activate strategic synergies towards a full recovery."

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Looking to a full recovery from 2023

Port of Livorno 2000 will undoubtedly play a strategic role in this recovery. "After a long setback due to the pandemic - comments Matteo Savelli, President of Port of Livorno 2000 - cruise ships are again using our port, albeit in small numbers. I hope that the coming year will consolidate the recovery and that from 2023 onwards we will be able to return to pre-pandemic levels."

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