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Final Conference: Smart Cruise Port Developments in Baltic Sea Region (WP2)

Tallinn, Estonia, February 6th-8th 2019

15:00 – 17:00

Steering Committee Meeting
Port of Tallinn Head Office, Sadama Str 25/1, Tallinn

• Results of the study “Identification and assessment of cruise terminal locations under aspects of sustainability” (Freeport of Riga Authority/ G93 + all)
• Results of three studies from Rostock Port (regional economic effects, noise measurement, future ship size development in the BSR) (Rostock Port + all)
• GREEN CRUISE PORT Action Plan 2030 (HPC, Dr. J. Schmidt + all)
• Conference Declaration (HPA, I. Fehrs + all), further information will be provided by HPA in advance
• Reporting and communication issues (HPC, Dr. M. Kroh/ W&P, H.-U. Wolff + all)
• Open questions (all)

18:00 – 20:00

Welcome reception
and tour in Bastion passage
Kiek in de Kök artillery tower, Komandandi tee 2, Tallinn

Tallinn, Estonia

February 6th-8th 2019

Conference Venue:
A-terminal Arrivals hall
3rd floor
Old City Harbour
Sadama 25/2
Tallinn

Please register to the event here

Thursday, February 7th 2019

09:00 – 09:15

Registration to the conference

09:15 – 10:45

Session I: Official Opening and Introduction
• Opening address – Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Kadri Simson
• Welcoming words Valdo Kalm – CEO, Port of Tallinn
• EU perspective to the Maritime Sustainability and to the Green Cruise Port project – Susanne Scherrer, Interreg Baltic Sea Region Managing Authority, EU
• Overview of the Green Cruise Port Project – Ingo Fehrs, Hamburg Port Authority
• The World Ports Sustainability Program and How Ports Can Address the Sustainable Development Goals – Antonis Michail, World Ports Sustainability Program

11:15 – 12:30

Session II: Sustainable challenges and development of Cruise Industry
• Step forward from Green to Blue Port Developments – Captain Michael McCarthy, Cruise Europe President
• Sustainable Development Challenges of Cruise Industry – Michele Francioni, MSC Cruise
• Challenges of the Cruise Industry – Ukko Metsola, Royal Carribean Cruises

13:30 – 14:45

Session III: Practical cases of sustainability
• Innovative Shipbuilding and Sustainable Development Challenges – Ulf Henrick Wynnsdale, Norwegian Yacht Voyages
• Sustainable Shipbuilding and Ship Operator Expectations To The Ports – Andrus Vaher, Tallink Group
• Why Cruise Passengers need Green Ports and Sustainable Destinations – Ryan Jenkins, Deneesti

15:15 – 17:00

Session IV: The GREEN CRUISE PORT Project
• Sustainable Energy Supply & Innovative Solutions for Emission Reduction Green Bunkering of Cruise Vessels with Sustainable Fuel Options – Peter Harbo, Port of Esbjerg
• Opportunities and Limitations for Connecting Cruise Vessels to Shore Power – Even Husby, Port of Bergen
• Basic Project of Smart cruise terminal building – Hele-Mai Metsal, Port of Tallinn
• Green Cruise Port Action Plan – Johannes Schmidt, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting, Ingo Fehrs, Hamburg Port Authority

19:00

Official Dinner
House of Blackheads
Pikk 26
Tallinn

Friday, February 8th 2019

09:30

Site visit
Gathering at Port of Tallinn Head Office
Sadama 25/1

Final Conference: Smart Cruise Port Developments in Baltic Sea Region (WP2)

Tallinn, Estonia, February 6th-8th 2019