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Roberto Ferrarini

Vice President Terminal and Port Management

Costa Crociere S.p.A

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Costa Crociere S.p.A

Italy

Company Description

The Costa Group is the leading cruise company in Europe, headquartered in Genoa (Italy). The 27 ships of the brands Costa Cruises, AIDA Cruises and Costa Asia together have a total capacity of 76,000 beds. The fleet will be further strengthened by 6 new vessel...more

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Old World, New Challenges - World Cruise Network

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Lucia Cockcroft talks to MedCruise's Albert Poggio, Costa Cruises's Roberto Ferrarini, Royal Caribbean's Juan Trescastro and Venice Passenger Terminal's Roberto Perocchio about how the cruise industry is managing to meet demand.
Roberto Ferrarini, director of marine operations at Costa Cruises, is more outspoken about the challenges. "The issues relate to increasing numbers and volumes. There are now around 125 to 130 cruise ships in the Mediterranean; a few years ago there were only 50 or 60," he says. Ferrarini believes ports are also failing to keep pace with the rising traffic. "Not many European ports are investing in terminals," he says.


Gulf Dream: How Dubai is Welcoming the Cruise Industry - World Cruise Network

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Elly Earls talks to Royal Caribbean's Rama Rebbapragada and Costa Cruises' Roberto Ferrarini about the potential of this developing destination.
Roberto Ferrarini, director of marine operations at Costa, agrees, and expects a 40% increase in the number of guests cruising to Dubai in winter 2009-10, which would raise €14m for the city as well as benefitting the cruise line. This could potentially increase as facilities in the Middle East develop. "We are assisting with the continuous improvement of the quality of port operations in the region," Ferrarini says.


Publication Contributors - World Cruise Network

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Roberto Ferrarini


Compare Tanzania with The Mediterranean | Tanzania Islands Zanzibar Pemba | Indian Ocean | East Africa

"Ports in Europe are becoming steadily more congested, and there are fears that this will increasingly disrupt or impair the quality of cruises," said Roberto Ferrarini, of Costa Cruise Lines, in a recent interview with the World Cruise Review.


Collisions : Cruise Law News

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The Italian prosecutors requested the indictment of four crew members in the case, including the ship's helmsman, as well as Costa employee Roberto Ferrarini, the head of Costa Crociere's "crisis unit" who is accused of delaying the evacuation of the cruise ships.


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