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Good forecast for cruise ship tourism in the last quarter of 2016

Palma, 16/11/2016

The cruise ship tourism season is extending and end-of-year business is expected to be better than the previous year, contributing to a deseasonalisation of tourism in the Balearic Islands.

As such, if we analyse all of the ports managed by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) between the period of 1 October and 31 December 2016, the Port of Alcúdia is the port that has grown the most, with a total of 3 stopovers compared with none in the same period last year. The Port of Eivissa follows closely behind with a total of 21 stopovers compared with 19 last year.

The Port of Mahon envisages 22 stopovers, the same as in 2015. The Port of Palma is the only port that sees a reduction in stopovers with regard to 2015, with 126 in this last quarter compared with 138 in the same period last year.

Further statistical information.

 
 

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