Cyprus launches improved Greece ferry tender

After the first bid sank without trace, the Deputy Ministry for Shipping has launched a new, improved tender for reviving the ferry connection between Cyprus and Greece. According to the Ministry, the

Larnaca marina project call for support

The much-awaited Larnaca port and marina €1.2 bln redevelopment will be a landmark for Cyprus, says Kition Ocean Holdings, the consortium awarded the project, calling on stakeholders to pull together. Panos Alexandrou,

Cyprus improves Greece ferry link subsidy

Cyprus’ Deputy Ministry of Shipping has increased the subsidy for a ferry link with Greece by €500,000 to €5.5 mln, in a bid to make the unwanted tender more attractive for operators.

Shipmanagement revenue recovers  

Revenue from the shipmanagement sector in Cyprus showed a small increase in the first six months of 2021, reflecting the recovery in global shipping after the disruption caused by the COVID pandemic.

Shipping ministry to spend more on IT, careers

The junior shipping ministry plans to spend 17% more next year on digital transformation and scholarships for students who seek a maritime sector career. Deputy Minister for Shipping Vassilis Demetriades told House

Limassol Marina among world’s most photoed

Limassol Marina has built a strong reputation among social media users, recently ranked in the top ten most Instagrammable marinas, along with Dubai. Comparethemarket.com, one of the UK’s leading price comparison websites,

Last attempt to revive Greece ferry link

Cyprus deputy ministry of Shipping is throwing everything at a final attempt to revive a ferry connection to Greece in 2022, despite indications of limited interest from operators. This time around, Cyprus

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