2022 World of Shipping Portugal

An International Research Conference on Maritime Affairs

27 - 28 January or 3 - 4 February 2022, from Portugal to the World

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About the Venue

The information regarding the conference venue can be found below. Please note that the conference may take either a Virtual or a Physical format.
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Virtual Venue

The 2022 World of Shipping Portugal Conference can take place online. The decision to hold the Conference online will depend on the current COVID-19 Pandemic situation, or any other reason(s) that the Conference organisers see deemed at the time. This decision will be communicated to all the authors in due time and the platform to be used.
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Physical Venue - Conference Hotel

The Conference taks place at Hotel Rivera, in Carcavelos, a quiet and beautiful Lisbon surrounding which about 25 to 30 km from the airport and close to the main junction of A5, the main Lisbon-Cascais road access. The location of the Hotel has excellent transport links and excellent conditions to guarantee the success of the event. Delegates to the Conference may stay at hotels nearby or in hotels in the beautiful Estoril / Cascais area and can always travel by taxi. The cost of taxis is still reasonable in Portugal.
Riviera Hotel Carcavelos
Rua Bartolomeu Dias - Junqueiro
2775-551 Carcavelos
Tel: (+351) 214 586 600
Fax: (+351) 214 586 619 
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Information on Visas

If You need a visa, You should apply for it at least three to four months before the Conference dates. Please ask the Conference Local Organising Committee to issue a Visa Application Letter. For further information on Visas, click here.
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