BERGÉ collaborates in helping the cruise industry get back on its feet by participating at Seatrade Global Cruises in Miami, the sector’s biggest event

  • It presents its cruise services to the industry from 25-28 April
  • It accounts for 16% of cruise ship traffic in Spain

BERGÉ is to attend Seatrade Global Cruises, the most important international event in the cruise industry, held in Miami from 25-28 April, which is taking place just as this kind of tourism is starting to get back on its feet, seeing, from North America to Europe, continuous grow in passenger numbers.

BERGÉ, with over 25 years of experience in the cruise sector, will present its wide range of services at the event. This range includes the assistance provided for shipowners and the main cruise lines in terms of logistics and stevedoring of provisions, agency and auxiliary services (customs management, as well as the service provided to passengers and crew in terms of mobility, accommodation and baggage handling) and provisioning.

BERGÉ has become one of the Spanish companies of reference in consignment and ship services in the cruise sector. In fact, it manages 16% of the cruise ship traffic that arrives at Spanish ports each year, which corresponds to around 6 million passengers and over 600 cruise ships, using the pre-pandemic period as a reference.

Furthermore, BERGÉ operates at Spain’s main cruise ports with the highest levels of traffic in Europe, such as Barcelona (no. 1 European destination), Malaga and Valencia, as well as Portimão and Lisbon in Portugal. It also offers excursions and other services for special boats, such as yachts and mega-yachts.