Our goal all travelers arrive safely and comfortably to their destination
Piraeus Port visited today morning the Minister of Marine and Island Policy John Plakiotakis to monitor the output of the licensees of the first ten days of August………
Mr.. John Plakiotakis referring to exit stressed : "The aim of the women and men of the Coast Guard, and ship crews, according to the design that we draw, It is to evolve the departure and boarding smoothly so everyone arrive safely and comfortably to their destination ".
"I want to congratulate", he continued, "Officers of the Coast Guard for the enormous efforts made in this period and passengers ask the cooperation and have good travel," he added.
With regard to the increased traffic on this port due to the works carried out and necessary.
"He needs", he said, "Some patience by all of us because when they complete certain infrastructure access to the port will become easier".
According to the data available from 1July until the 29 July 2019, from the port of Piraeus were held 700 sail ships 598.096 passengers, against 660 with 572.459 passengers, who had held the same period 2018.
Moreover the same period were made 703 arriving by 453.851 passengers, against 665 with 431.457 Passengers were in July 2018.
Mr. Minister to visit the cruise port of Piraeus was accompanied by the Chief of the Coast Guard - Greek Coast Guard Vice Admiral OS. Stamatis Raptis, the First Deputy Chief of the Coast Guard - Greek Coast Guard Vice Admiral OS. Theodore Clears, B’ Deputy Chief of the Coast Guard - Greek Coast Guard Vice Admiral OS. John Argyris, Commander of the 1st Regional Coast Guard Command - Greek coastguard Commodore OS. Nicholas Isaakoglou and central Piraeus Harbor Master, Commodore OS. Alexander Tselikis.