MAZATLAN: Although they were already on the API arrivals calendar, they will coincide with the arrival of national tourists who will enjoy the port for a few days.
We are 4 days away from the start of spring vacation and hundreds of families will arrive and spend a few days between the beaches, restaurants, and its boardwalk, and they will be joined by at least 11 ship arrivals in just two weeks off.
And although the Comprehensive Port Administration launches its arrival calendar at the beginning of the month, the truth is that they coincide with Holy Week and Easter Week, which will add to the expected economic benefit for those days, according to the National Chamber of Commerce in Mazatlan, estimates one thousand 222 million pesos.
In the first week of this vacation period, the arrival of 5 ships is scheduled, three of them in a single day, on April 13, where we will be able to observe the Bliss of the Norwegian Cruise Line shipping line; the Carnival Cruise Line Panorama, as well as the Discovery Princess.
For April 14 and 15, the ship Jewel, from the Norwegian Cruise Line, will arrive, as well as the Vidanta, respectively.
In the second week of vacation, which is known as Easter Week, 5 ships will also arrive, on Monday, April 18, they will arrive from the Holland America company, the Zuiderman ship and from the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, the Navigator will arrive.
Two other ships will be arriving, but on April 19, from the Princess Cruise Line, the Majestic will arrive, while from Carnival Cruise, the Panorama will arrive; on April 20, we will only receive one ship, the Nieuw Amsterdam, from the Holland America line.
If each ship expects a spill of approximately 1 million pesos, according to tour operator estimates, in Mazatlan they would be leaving, in their wake, about 10 million pesos, which will be combined with those of the national tourism that is going to vacation in those same days.
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