By Damon Mitchell • 04 December 2019 • 22:00
THE PORTS of Malaga, Tenerife and Tangier have signed a collaboration memorandum to promote new Atlantic routes that include these cities in their itineraries.
The president of the Port Authority of Malaga, Carlos Rubio, seems confident that the agreement “will improve the conditions offered by these three ports to cruise companies”, through a “powerful message” to the shipping companies, by making the offer of these destinations “more attractive”.
The document highlights that the port of Malaga has established itself as the second Spanish port for cruise ships on the Peninsula, while Tangier “is becoming” the largest cruise port in Morocco, “with facilities to accommodate the largest cruise ships in the world.”
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