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PRESS RELEASE
15/11/2019
Exceptional high tide in Venice

A fundraising to support Venice and its lagoon, devastated by the exceptional high tide last Tuesday. This is what Pino Musolino, Chairman and CEO of the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, has asked today with a letter to Presidents and CEOs of all the cruise companies calling the port of Venice.
 

PRESS RELEASE
18/10/2019
Cruise 2030

The working group has begun to operate on finding ways to help shaping the cruise industry of the future. Next meeting in Palma de Mallorca on January 2020.

PRESS RELEASE
Cruise 2030

The art of BreakBulk since forever

PRESS RELEASE
23/05/2019
BreakBulk Europe 2019

Venice presents 5 cases that made some history in 2018, confirming the Venetian port among the most important in Europe for breakbulk traffics, with 900 oversize cargo handled in the last year.

Bridging the World Since Forever

Announcements

Venice Port Health Office

YELLOW FEVER
Travel advice for travellers going to or returning from Brazil and other affected Countries.

Port Health Office

The new section about the Port Health Office is now available.

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On the 23rd of January, at the “Venice Heritage Tower” the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, together with the regional Chambers of Commerce and with the patronage of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, will present the results of a study on the economic and
social impact of the Veneto
Port System.

MEDPorts General Assembly in Venice

On the 17th of December the MEDPorts General Assembly was held at the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority in Venice.

 

EU Projects

NAPA Presidency

On the 11th of December the handover of the NAPA Presidency (North Adriatic Ports Association) took place from the Port of Trieste to the Port of Venice. The Association also includes the Port of Ravenna, the Slovenian
port of Koper and the
Croatian port of Rijeka.

Scientific studies on cruiseship’s impact

EMERGENCIES

Emergencies: 041.533.4545

Harbourmaster: 1530

Firefighters: 115

Emergency medical services: 118

First Aid Marittima: 041.533.4739

First Aid Marghera: 041.533.4310

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES