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2 Cruise worldwide 2012 Nationalities 12,16M North America 5,64M Europe 2,32 Rest of the world 20,12 M passengers 2% of global tourism

3 (+68% from 2008 to 2012) Portugal Cruise passengers

4 (+20% from 2008 to 2012) Portugal Cruise calls

5 Port of Lisbon

6 Statistics Cruise calls evolution +2% (+13%) (forecast) 2013

7 Cruise passengers evolution -5% +16% Statistics (forecast) 2013 (+7%)

8 11 juljan feb marapr mayjun aug oct nov dec set Fonte: APL Monthly distribution

9 Port of Lisbon influence area Fonte: APL Itineraries

10 English German Italian American French 47% 17% 11% 10% 2% American Portuguese German Brazilian % 19% 10% 9% Total Turnaround Fonte: APL Nationalities English %

11 World 2009, 2010, 2011 e 2012 World Best Cruise Destination World Best Cruise Port Europe 2009 Europe Best Cruise Destination 2010,2011 e 2012 Europe Best Cruise Destination Europe Best Cruise Port 2009 Best European Cruise Port - World Travel Awards 2011 Best International cruise - Excellence Cruise Awards – Atlantic & North Europe Edition Awards Nominations Awards & nominations

12 Cruise Passengers Survey In 2012, each cruise passenger spent on average 118,39 The spending includes shopping, food, monuments/museums and other tourist atractions, as well as transportation in the city Shore excursions, pre and post hotel and air tickets are excluded Average spent per passenger 52,91 118,39 Number of passengers Total expenditures of passengers , ,56 Average spent per crew 21,10 21,10 (in 2011) Number crew Total expenditures of crew , ,60 Total impact , ,16

13 Um destino de cruzeiros em crescimento Alcântara Cruise Terminal Lisbon Cruise Terminal TCL B Lisbon Cruise Terminal TCL A Cruise Terminals Rocha Cruise Terminal

14 Lisbon Cruise Terminal Project outline Reasons for the location of the new terminal In the city center Possibility to grow Existing terminal buildings Highly rated area by passengers Project developed in 2006 (new pier & new terminal) Construction of new pier ( ) – 54M investment 2218 ft / 676 m of berthing quay

15 -5% +16% Lisbon Cruise Terminal Terminal Building In 2010 the port authority launched an International Public Tender for terminal project Almost 40 proposals were received The jury was composed by the port authority, the municipality, the Association of Landscape Architects, the Chamber of Architects and Catalan architect Joan Busquets The proposal presented by the renowned Portuguese architect Carrilho da Graça was chosen (blind choice)

16 Lisbon Cruise Terminal Winning project - Architect Carrilho da Graça Adopts a friendly concept focus on comfort, acessibility and flexibility

17 Cruise activity concession Public service concession, in exclusivity during the first 15 years, in Lisbon municipality Concession: from 20 years minimum to 35 years maximum New terminal building construction – 22M investment Concession of existing terminal buildings in the central Santa Apolónia area Possibility to use other infrastructures for cruise ships Restricted procedure

18 Time for submission of proposals Submission of applications Applications must be delivered no later than 5 p.m. of the 60th day after the announcement (7th June 2013) Submission of proposals proposals must be delivered no later than 6 p.m. of the 75th day after invitation

19 Restricted procedure Minimum qualification Economic and financial ability To meet the requirement set in no.2 of article 165 of the Public Contracts Code; and Total Equity of, at least, 10 million of the candidate or of 2 members, maximum, of the grouping, or a net asset or assets under management of, at least, 20 million of the candidate or of 2 members, maximum, of the grouping, or submission of a declaration from a financial institution, binding itself to provide all financial means or, being the candidate a grouping, one of the members must be a financial institution.

20 Restricted procedure Minimum qualification Technical capacity 5 years experience in i)Full service cruise terminal operations or airport infrastructures operations, or ii)Management of Passenger ship companies, or iii)Cruise ships port agent activity

21 Restricted procedure Award criteria Traffic commitment – minimum 550 thousand passengers (45%) Passenger fee – minimum 0,20/passenger (40%) Term of the concession – minimum 20 years & maximum 35 years (15%)

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