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November 9, 2017

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Of Augustin (Assoporti): I receive with it like to the closing of the issue great ships to Venice

The Committee Great Ships does not reject the decision of the interdepartmental Committee of address, coordination and control on the Lagoon of Venice

The outcome of the reunion of tuesday to Rome of the interdepartmental Committee of address, coordination and control on the Lagoon of Venice, concluded with the decision to transfer in a near future the landings place of the great fleeting ships from the Marine Station of Venice to Marghera Port and to start meanwhile a examination of the other possibilities for the ships within determined dimensions to reach the Station also through the Channel Vittorio Emanuele III, always journeying for the door of Malamocco(of 8 November 2017), it has collected the appreciation of the representatives of the institutions and the active operators in the crocieristico field.

Between the others, the president of the Association of the Italian Ports (Assoporti), Zeno D' Augustin, has evidenced that, "after years of stall and numerous studies and participations on the argument, with the new organization of the portualità he has reached himself a solution that favorably is received by operators and institutions. I receive with it like - it has concluded Of Augustin - to the closing of the issue great ships to Venice. A positive future for the directly interested port is not only opened, but also for all the ports of the Adriatic depositor".

Of the same tenor the appraisal of the Italian representation of international the crocieristica association Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). "We are satisfied - it is the comment of the organization of the crocieristiche companies that operate in Italy - than the authorities have confirmed the confidence that for a long time we lay by in the percorribilità of the Vittorio Emanuele Channel, so that the access will be able to be allowed with the larger ships avoiding the entrance from the Basin of San Marco, as also in the solution of Marghera in which extended times more. We are aware that the next crucial steps will have to be melted before the conclusive finalizzazione of the plan. We appeal to the authorities - it has specified CLIA Italy - for being sure that this happens in meticulous way and more fastly possible. As always, CLIA and the associate companies actively will be engaged in order to assure that the cruises can continue to enter in safety in the Lagoon of Venice and to operate in all the Adriatic Sea".

Sul who goes here, instead, the Committee Not Great Ships, than for a long time asks the removal briefly of the great ships from Venice. "Mayor and ministers - the Committee emphasizes in a note - declare victory, managing own intentions: maintenance of Marine for the small ships and average-sized - these last ones would have to reach to you through the Vittorio Emanuele Channel - and docks to Marghera for the larger ships. In reality from the actions of the Comitatone - denunciation the Committee Not Great Ships - another situation can be read: the nonexistence of the project to Marghera and the wait of the assent on the commistione of traffics by the Harbour-office, the necessity to subject to the Appraisal of Environmental impact the adaptation of Vittorio Emanuele (other adaptations of pre-existing channels already is rejected by the WAY) and, above all, the opening to other possibilities, that they can look also to the port mouths, therefore to the ouster from the Lagoon. The committees inside announce the maintenance of the attention and the follow-up of the battle against the passage of the great ships of the Lagoon".

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