Venezia Terminal Passeggeri – VTP’s Board of Directors agreed to leave the fares for cruise ships support services unchanged in 2017.
“The transformation of the Marittima from an old commercial and industrial port to a modern Passenger Port is the result of the collaboration between Venice Port Authority and VTP. In the past twenty years, more than 160 million euros were invested, 70 of which have come from VTP”, stated Sandro Trevisanato, President of VTP.
“Thanks to this continuous inclination to innovation, our Terminal is considered one of the best in the world not only for quality of the services provided, security and passengers comfort, but also for the functionality of the facilities, often developed through innovative projects designed internally. This level of efficiency allows us to maintain the fares unvaried, while keeping the quality of the services intact.”
“VTP’s choice goes definitively against the market trends and is motivated by the company’s choice to foster and possibly increase the traffic in the Marittima area, which recorded decreasing passenger numbers in the past years, due to the current ban on large ships calling at the port of Venice. We are waiting for the definitive solution to access the Terminal to be identified” commented Galliano di Marco, VTP’s Director General.
In order to present the new leadership, VTP will participate in SeaTrade Cruise Global 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, with the aim to strengthen the relationships between the company and its local and international stakeholders.
During the event, VTP will highlight the role and the relevance played by the Marittima terminal across the Adriatic sea, as well as the safety, sustainability and quality of its services, which represent VTP’s assets on European and global markets.