According to the statistics released by the Italian port authorities association ‘Assoporti’, the total throughput of passengers transited in H1 was 9,262,808 units (-56.1%), of which 1,897,445 transported on deep-sea ferry links (-63,5%) and 6,882,420 on short-sea routes (-40,3%).
As for the deep-sea ferry segment, the port of Olbia is the leading one with 305,222 passengers (-63.8%).
The passenger traffic decreased almost in every port:
- Genoa (-62.9%)
- Savona (-80.9%)
- Livorno (-68.2%)
- Civitavecchia (-62.5%)
- Naples (-57.5% for the deep sea routes and -67.8 for the local maritime links),
- Messina (-28.2%)
- Bari (-53.9%),
- Ancona (-69.8%)
- Venice (-72.5%).
Looking at the ro-ro traffic, some 43,875 tons of cargo were handled in Italy, which mean -9%.