The offer that will be valid during the weekends of February, you can make it effective from Acapulco, which will be the base port of the Magellan cruise.
Acapulco, Gro. From this weekend, the company Cruises Marítimos Vacacionales (CMV) offers you to travel for 8 days and 7 nights through the Mexican Riviera, on board your Magellan cruise without having a visa and at a reduced cost of 16 thousand pesos per person that includes food and non-alcoholic drinks.
The offer that will be valid during the weekends of February, you can make it effective from Acapulco, which will be the base port of Magellan, from there to travel through the Pacific ports like Cabo San Lucas in Baja California Sur; Mazatlan Sinaloa; Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco; Manzanillo, Colima; and Acapulco, Guerrero ; although it is intended to extend this route to other destinations such as Huatulco, Oaxaca and Puerto Chiapas , as well as some others that are located in the so-called Mar de Cortes.
“It is a cruise that will have vacation trips available to everyone and for this first season we have planned eight trips of seven nights.”
“The Magellan is a ship of 46 thousand tons with capacity for 1,200 passengers and 525 crew, which has spa, swimming pools and various amenities, as well as services and luxuries that passengers can enjoy during their journeys,” said John Dennis, representative of the shipping company.
For his part, Governor Hector Astudillo Flores, called all Guerrero to defend, care for and promote this tourism project, “because it cost a lot to bring it here this day,” and now we must do everything in our power to conserve it.
“The most important thing is that we managed to bring this cruise, it will not be easy, I say it with all the responsibility, because this is not automatic, we have to do many things to maintain it, because this gives life to Acapulco,” he said.
He also wished the passengers an excellent trip on this first voyage and he hoped that this new route will be a success and could last a long time, benefiting mainly the economy of Acapulco’s tourism sector.
“I am convinced that if we are able to work in coordination, things have to go well”
After two years of negotiations with the international shipping company and more than 40 work meetings, the Magellan Cruise is located in Acapulco as a new tourist attraction, making the port the embarkation point for touring the Mexican Riviera.
Source: El Financiero
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