From January to November registered two thousand 362 arrivals and six million 975 thousand cruise passengers, which shows a rebound of 4.0 percent in the number arrivals and 7.2 in the number of passengers per boat.
In 2018, Mexico exceeded expectations in cruise tourism, with a growth of 7.2 percent in the number of tourists by boat, and 4.0 percent in cruise arrivals to domestic ports, and an outlay of 480 million dollars.
The port of San Miguel, on the island of Cozumel, Quintana Roo, concentrates to date the largest cruise activity in Mexico, according to data from the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine.
From January to November, Mexico registered two thousand 362 arrivals and six million 975 thousand cruise passengers, which shows a rebound of 4.0 percent in the number of arrivals and 7.2 in the number of passengers per ship.
Data from the Bank of Mexico ( Banxico ) reveal in turn that the cruise industry contributes about 480 million dollars to the country.
Mexico will continue an upward trend in the arrival of cruise ships, but also in the number of Mexicans who want to travel by boat and live that experience, which is available to more people, says Ruth Leal, director of Princess Cruises for Latin America
Each year, around 160,000 Mexicans travel by cruise in different parts of the world, and it is expected that in 2019 that number will be exceeded, as rates are increasingly competitive and the added value of services, attractions, and amenities are still innovating in each boat.
Leal said that more and more Mexicans are interested in living the experience of traveling by boat and that it is possible thanks to competitive prices at a record level, both for families, but also for groups and companies that want to carry onboard conventions.
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