23 February 2010 The port of Constanţa on Romania’s Black Sea coast expects more cruise ships and tourists in 2010, in line with the worldwide upsurge of cruise tourism.

At least 45 cruise ships carrying more than 15,000 tourists are expected to visit Constanţa in 2010, the Curentul newspaper reported today.

This would be between 5 and 10 per cent more visitors than last year, according to the National Company „Maritime Ports Administration” S.A. Constanţa.

In addition, this year Romania will host the meeting of Europe’s biggest cruise tourism association, MedCruise – the Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports, whose mission is to promote the cruise industry in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas. The association has 73 members representing 72 ports around the Mediterranean region, including the Black Sea, the Red Sea and the Near Atlantic.

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Romania Expects Growth of Cruises in 2010

23 February 2010 The port of Constanţa on Romania’s Black Sea coast expects more cruise ships and tourists in 2010, in line with the worldwide upsurge of cruise tourism.

At least 45 cruise ships carrying more than 15,000 tourists are expected to visit Constanţa in 2010, the Curentul newspaper reported today.

This would be between 5 and 10 per cent more visitors than last year, according to the National Company „Maritime Ports Administration” S.A. Constanţa.

In addition, this year Romania will host the meeting of Europe’s biggest cruise tourism association, MedCruise – the Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports, whose mission is to promote the cruise industry in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas. The association has 73 members representing 72 ports around the Mediterranean region, including the Black Sea, the Red Sea and the Near Atlantic.

Read the article on Balkan Travelers

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