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Kreuzfahrtschiffe verkleinern kontinuierlich ihren ökologischen Fußabdruck

The global cruise industry has pledged to reduce CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by the year 2030.

Als globale Branche hat sich die Kreuzfahrt-Industrie verpflichtet, die CO2-Emissionen bis 2030 um 40 Prozent zu reduzieren.

„Die Kreuzfahrt ist zu einem elementaren Bestandteil der Touristik avanciert. Seit 1995 haben sich die Passagierzahlen auf Schiffen annähernd verzehnfacht – mit weiter steigender Tendenz“, brachte der Präsident des Deutschen Reiseverbandes (DRV), Nobert Fiebig, anlässlich der Pressekonferenz zur ITB Berlin 2019 das enorme Wachstum der Kreuzfahrtbranche auf den Punkt.

Cruise liners continue to reduce their carbon footprint

The global cruise industry has pledged to reduce CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by the year 2030.

The global cruise industry has pledged to reduce CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by the year 2030.

“Cruises have become fundamentally important to the tourism industry. Since 1995 ship passenger numbers have multiplied almost tenfold – and are continuing to rise“, is how Norbert Fiebig, president of the German Travel Association (DRV), described the cruise industry’s huge growth at a press conference at ITB Berlin 2019.

First Time Cruise for Youngsters

ruf Reisen

For the first time in 2015, ‘ruf’ - Europe’s largest organiser of accompanied journeys for young people is offering a cruise especially for juveniles between the ages of 16 and 20 in its Programme. The ruf-younglife® Fleet includes several motor-assisted sailing ships and makes course for the hotspots around the Croatian Adriatic Coastline. “This represents a premiere for Germany in this form”, says Thomas Korbus, the managing director of ruf. “A conventional cruise does not usually accommodate a suitable programme for young people between the ages of 16 and 20.