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Cruise passengers could triple in Portsmouth as multi-million pound extension gets underway

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Portsmouth International Port is set to welcome 150,000 cruise passengers annually in the next few years, following the announcement construction firm Knights Brown will lead the multi-million pound project to increase the size of cruise ships the Port can manage.

From November the biggest cruise investment the city has seen gets underway, this involves complex engineering work to reconfigure the cruise berth, meaning once completed by spring next year the Port can handle ships up to 255m in length.

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Gunwharf Quays announces Gin Festival

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Gunwharf Quays is partnering with The Gin Lounge, to host the centre’s very first Gin Festival. The event, on from 13th-15th September, will celebrate some of the world’s best gins as well as showcase an incredible selection of local gins.

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Hovertravel shortlisted in national transport awards

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Hovertravel has been shortlisted in the 2019 National Transport Awards’ Ferry Operator of the Year category. With a large number of entries this year, creating intense competition, it is Hovertravel’s accessibility initiative, HoverCare, which has been selected by the judges to be in the final, alongside three other ferry operators. The winners will be announced at the 19th National Transport Awards in London on 31st October 2019.

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