The second edition of the MedCruise Awards has taken place on the 11th of June 2020. MedCruise Association has celebrated this gala, one more year, to recognize excellence in our industry; and the categories of the awards today reflects the diverse nature of the industry and the innovation taking place.
Despite the difficult situation that the world is currently facing, MedCruise Association felt that was time, more than ever, to present accolades to those companies, organizations and individuals who are working harder to take the cruise industry into a challenging and competitive future.
This major cruise event brings together annually MedCruise members and their key partners as well as experts – cruise line executives and international press representatives- and aims to recognize companies, organizations and individuals. In this occasion, the Association of the Mediterranean cruise ports, has recognized the current exceptional Commitment and Solidarity from companies, ports, organizations and individuals of the Cruise industry during the present COVID-19 pandemic.
MedCruise Awards integrates several categories with different juries composed by cruise industry experts, where some prizes are given based on jury members’ opinion, and others based on facts.
“I would like to congratulate all the winners and thank all MedCruise members, associate members, cruise line executives and international press representatives for taking part of the election process and supporting this great event as well as the Board of Directors members of MedCruise for their commitment to the Organisation of this great event”, said MedCruise President, Airam Díaz.
One of the winners of MedCruise awards was Ioannis Bras CEO of Five Senses Consulting, through Cruise Times Magazine for his article “An Aegean Resurgence – The future is bright for the Eastern Med” (see it here).
Mr. Bras stated: I am very proud, once again, that my work in this case an article I wrote for Cruise Times Magazine has been awarded as the Best Cruise Industry article. The East Med despite the current difficulties is the first to restart cruising and we all hope to see cruise ships in the Blue Aegean waters. The Greek government has introduces health protocols that will allow cruises to restart as early as August.