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The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) held with success its 33rd Annual General Meeting on May 03, at the Four Seasons Hotel, in Limassol. The general meeting was the first official opportunity for the shipping industry to reconnect with a number of state and government dignitaries, political party representatives, members of the house of representatives, diplomats and representatives of professional organisations, after a prolonged period of social distancing.

All the members of the marina operations team and the crew of M/Y Esmeralda based at Limassol Marina, became ‘Safety at Sea’ ambassadors in partnership with the Cyprus Marine Environment Protection Association (CYMEPA).

Costas Kadis, minister of agriculture, rural development and environment, Republic of Cyprus, participated as a guest speaker at the conference on ‘Challenges and Prospects for a blue - green aquaculture’, held in Athens on April 15-16.

A beach clean-up at Karnagio beach took place on April 05, by the Limassol Marina team in collaboration with the Limassol Municipality and other volunteers who showed up in the area for this purpose.

DP World hosted delegates from the Cypriot Government in February, who visited its flagship terminal, Jebel Ali Port in Dubai.

On account of the ongoing uncertainty and travel disruption due to the pandemic worldwide, the organisers of the Limassol Boat Show 2022, Dacor Advertising & Media and Limassol Marina, announced that the re-launch of the largest boat show in the Eastern Mediterranean region, will be re-scheduled for October 14-16 of this year.