Commissario Crociere Venezia

  • Activity year 2021

    Award procedures begun

    Awarding of works for the first 2 moorings

    Launch of a nautical accessibility study

    Technical-economic feasibility study for the North Canal and Passenger Station approach

  • Activity year 2022

    Completion of first mooring  upgrade, Liguria Quay

    Completion of second mooring upgrade, Lombardy Quay

    An additional mooring is operational in Chioggia

    Conclusion of the nautical accessibility study of Canale Malamocco -Marghera

    Start of canal maintenance planning

    Design and award of works for equipping temporary mooring in the North canal

    Approval of the feasibility project for the North Canal and Passenger Station approaches

    Planning the improvement of usability and safety of the Liguria and Lombardy quays

  • Activity year 2023

    Delivery of the North Canal temporary mooring

    Awarding of the final design for the Passenger Station

    Approval of the design of the North Canal and Passenger Station moorings

    Approval of the canal maintenance project

    Start of planning interventions to improve nautical accessibility

    Completion of planning for the improvement of usability and safety at the Liguria and Lombardy quays

  • Activity year 2024

    Start of works on the second mooring to the North Canal and Passenger Station

    Begin canal maintenance

  • Activity year 2025

    Canal maintenance

    Carrying out the works on the North Canal and Passenger Station

  • Conclusion of all works

    Hydrogeological, geomorphological and archaeological studies aimed at safeguarding Venice and its Lagoon

    Delivery of the second mooring to the North Channel and the Passenger Station

    Completion of maintenance work on Canals

TEMPORARY MOORINGS

TEMPORARY MOORINGS
FOR CRUISE SHIPS IN VENICE

Construction of 5 temporary moorings in the Marghera area.

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In evidence

8 Sep 2022
The port of Chioggia has been a Viking hub since 2022

The first ship, the Viking Sky, docked in Chioggia on June 17 at Isola dei Saloni with its approximately 800 passengers (mostly from the United States), most of whom visited the lagoon city.

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27 Apr 2022
IDEAS’ COMPETITION: THE JUDGMENT OF THE RAC DOES NOT INCLUDE TEMPORARY MOORINGS IN MARGHERA

The Court Order concerns the definitive solutions for cruises, not the provisions of Administrative Order 103/2021 on temporary landings and commission activities, which proceed as …

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6 Apr 2022
VENICE, 6 APRIL 2022 – INAUGURATION OF LIGURIA QUAY

The first mooring of Liguria Quay was Inaugurated, in the presence of the Minister of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility Enrico Giovannini, the President of the Veneto Region Luca Zaia, the Councilor for Mobility, Road Infrastructures and Viability of the Municipality of Venice, Renato Boraso

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4 Apr 2022
VENICE, 4 APRIL 2022 – TESTS FOR LIGURIA QUAY ARE IN PROGRESS

All the details on the first widespread mooring for cruise ships made by the Special Commissioner directly from the shipyard:

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26 Mar 2022
THE MSC SINFONIA ARRIVES IN MARGHERA

The MSC Sinfonia, coming from Taranto, docking this morning at 8.00 at the Veneto quay – TIV terminal – of the port of Venice to …

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10 Mar 2022
THE 2022 CRUISE SEASON STARTS IN VENICE

Venice, 11 March – The first ship of the 2022 cruise season in Venice is moored at the Fusina Terminal.

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Cruise regulation in Venice - Current and future moorings

Con l’obiettivo di tutelare le vie d’acqua di interesse culturale e salvaguardare Venezia, il DL 103 prevede che le navi sopra le 25.000 tonnellate transitino attraverso la Bocca di Porto di Malamocco, e navigando il canale Malamocco-Marghera attracchino presso i nuovi approdi messi in opera/in corso d’opera da parte del Commissario Straordinario.