• 2015 March 17 16:30

    Vodohod Cruise Company takes part in ITB 2015

    Vodohod Cruise Company participated at ITB 2015, which took place in Berlin from 04th till 08th of March 2015, Vodohod says in its press release.

    ITB Berlin is the world’s largest travel trade show. From 4th to 8th March 2015 10,096 exhibitors from 186 countries were represented in 26 display halls. Overall, about 115000 trade visitors travelled to Berlin. Vodohod stand was situated in hall 25, which is traditionally reserved for cruise specialists. Thus, all buyers interested in cruising could easily find Vodohod booth and get acquainted with its product.

    Vodohod team conducted numerous meetings with majority of its international partners, as only few of travel specialists missed this must-attend event. Plus many new business acquaintances were made, a lot of tour operators are interested in offering Russian river cruises to their clients and cruising in Russia is considered “new trend” in Eastern Europe and Asia.

    Visitors of Vodohod stand had a chance to ensure that travelling to Russia is safe, very entertaining and intellectually enriching. Vodohod team warmly greeted every guest of the stand and gladly provided all the details about company, its cruise ships, excursion programs and entertainment on board.

    Basing on number of productive meetings and new business acquaintances we can assertively conclude that ITB exhibition was an apparent success and we looking forward to participating in next year’s 50th anniversary of the show.




2021 April 23

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17:26 NOVATEK’s AGM approves 2020 dividends
17:04 Production capacity of Russian ports to grow by 155.93 million tonnes per year between 2021 and 2023
16:58 Damen delivers Multi Cat to Leask Marine in record time
16:45 Grimaldi christened hybrid ro-ro unit Eco Savona at the port of Savona
16:15 South Florida Container Terminal ready for gateway growth
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15:31 The Wilhelmsen and thyssenkrupp JV digitize, print, test and deliver a cooling water pipe connector
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14:26 World Maritime University contributes to Second World Ocean Assessment
14:02 A.P. Moller - Maersk’s block train transports COVID-19 antigen self-test kits from China to UK
13:35 Operation of Klaipėda LNG terminal temporarily suspended due to scheduled maintenance works
13:02 Lloyd’s Market Association advices underwriters of poised situation in Ukraine
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12:14 BC Ferries marks Earth Day with the launch of its sixth battery electric-hybrid vessel
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11:33 Tsuneishi Shipbuilding receives AiP for its Kamsarmax LNG dual-fuel vessel
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2021 April 22

18:05 Xeneta launches public Xeneta Shipping Index for short-term market, unlocking daily rate tracking
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16:45 Maersk’s Destination Cargo Management program reduces demurrage and detention exposure by 50%
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14:48 Icebreaker assistance period ends at the port of Ust-Luga
14:31 Plug and Play launches maritime innovation platform in Antwerp
14:13 ABS Consulting and Verifavia Shipping partner to deliver turnkey IHM solution to maritime industry
13:51 Volgotrans successfully completes e-document flow tests
13:35 Icebreaker assistance period ends at the port of Primorsk
13:12 MPA and SMF step up efforts for maritime workforce transformation
12:34 Rosmorport tests e-Navigation system in the seaport of Sabetta
12:30 DNV awards first merchant vessel SILENT-E notation
12:12 Aker Solutions completes first phase of the Hywind Tampen Construction
11:39 Russian Maritime Register of Shipping takes part in NEFTEGAZ 2021
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10:46 Russian Fishery Company starts supplying surimi to the domestic market
10:20 FESCO refinanced its obligations to VTB
09:33 Oil prices decrease as COVID-19 cases grow in India and Japan
09:11 Baltic Dry Index as of April 21
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2021 April 21

18:44 Russian President suggests providing federal infrastructure loans
18:35 MAN Energy Solutions to partner on world’s largest liquid-air energy-storage (LAES) project
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17:33 First Candela C-7 hydrofoil delivered to customers on the US East coast
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16:35 Wärtsilä seeks breakthrough in clean propulsion as part of Finnish consortium
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14:41 Shipping bodies call on world leaders to bring forward discussions on global market-based measures