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The first web2.0 spanish blog about Maritime Affairs. El primer blog web2.0 español sobre el sector marítimo.

Venice opens dedicated cruise terminal

VENICE 27 November – A dedicated cruise facility, Terminal 117, opened at the Italian port of Venice on Friday. Adjacent to the waterfront, the new building will improve the efficiency of passenger movement and luggage transfer. “Simplicity” is behind 117’s design, managing director Roberto Perocchio told Fairplay. As such, there will be no airport style carousels for luggage collection as Perocchio says it is quicker for luggage to be collected from colour co-ordinated sections of the terminal. “This is an old idea which has become new again,” he said, adding “carousels work for 200 passengers on a plane, but not for 2,000 on a cruise ship”. A joint project between Venice Port Authority and Venezia Passenger Terminal, it saw nearly euro2M ($2.6M) invested. Other developments in the port include the introduction of a people mover, which will operate between Tronchetto Island, the terminal and the city centre from next year. Work also starts this week on another cruise handling facility in the port, Isonzo terminal, scheduled to be finished by 2008.

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