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11 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:35 GMT+2



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This year, the stoppage of cruises will result in fewer revenues between 54 and 65 million for the port of Livorno

Study of the Port Authority of the Sea Northern Tyrrhenian on the impact of the crisis

Due to the loss of cruise traffic, this year the value of the lost revenues from the port of Livorno generated by this assets could be in the range of 54.0 million euros, in the most optimistic hypothesis, and, in the most pessimistic, 64.7 million (59.5 million, net of bunkering). The estimate is the result of a study prepared by the Development Directorate, European Programmes and Authority Innovation Port System of the North Tyrrhenian Sea which is was presented yesterday in a webinar dedicated to cruises and blue economy and defining the two scenarios on the basis of the hypothesis that in the first case the cruise traffic in the labronic port restarts in September and in the second case that the restart takes place instead 2021.

The AdSP has specified that the analysis is based on some dramatic certainties: the data, updated on 8 May and made known from the Port of Livorno 2000 cruise terminal, highlight that - due to mobility restrictions decided to contain the Covid-19 pandemic - a total of 179 379 cruise ship stops in Livorno on the more than 379 initially amounting to a drop of close to -50% of the total. Before of the health crisis the predictions made by the company Advice Responses Tourism indicated that in 2020 traffic in the port of Livorno was supposed to be attested to 897,720 passengers, an increase of 6.8% compared to 2019.

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