The ship will bring with it 4,619 passengers and 1,421 crew members this coming Wednesday
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- This Wednesday, October 12 in the morning, another cruise ship will be arriving in Mazatlán, bringing with it 4,619 passengers and 1,421 crew members, who visit the port as part of the tour of the “Carnival Panorama”, which makes stops on the Mexican Pacific coast.
The ship will touch the Mazatlan coast at 9:00 a.m., coming from Puerto Vallarta, and will remain in the port until 6:00 p.m. to depart for Los Cabos, where it will continue its journey.
Shipping tourism continues to be an important contribution to the economy of Mazatlan, and until this week a total of 6 cruise ships will have arrived in the month of October alone, from which an approximate spill of 100 dollars per person is obtained.
Among the places most frequented by cruise passengers are the traditional route of the “blue line”, the city center, the Mazatlán Lighthouse, the Aquarium and the beaches of the Golden Zone, to name a few, resulting beneficial for merchants and restaurateurs of mainly these areas.
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