Cruise Season Starts in Costa Rica

The 2009 Costa Rica Cruise Season is scheduled to begin on September 23.

Monday, September 21, 2009

In the previous season 238 cruise ships visited the country, according to data from the Costa Rican Tourism Authority.

"...some 320.000 visitors arrived in 2008...", reported El Financiero. "Most tourists are from the United States and Europe".

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Costa Rica: Cruise Season Expectations

October 2017

For the period 2017/18 the arrival of 240 thousand tourists is expected aboard 115 cruise ships to the port of Limón, which represents a 4.5% increase over the previous season.

December 30 will be the day with the greatest influx of tourists along this route, as 7 thousand passengers are expected to arrive on board three ships, according to the schedule set out by the Port Administration and Economic Development Board of the Atlantic Slope.  The season began on October 11 and will end in May 2018. 

Every Year Fewer Cruise Ships Come to Puerto Limon

October 2013

Among the causes identified are high operating costs and poor terminal infrastructure for tourists.

For the cruise season which begins on October 16 and ends on May 30, 2014 only 60 boats are expected to arrive at the port. Data provided by the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT), reveals that while in the 2008-09 season 127 cruise ships arrived, in the 2011-12 season only 71 came.

Cruise Ship Season Begins in Nicaragua

November 2011

The tourism sector expects over 70,000 visitors during the 2011/12 season.

Nicaraguan ports are preparing to receive the first cruise ship tourists since October is traditionally the month in which cruises begin.

Despite the fact that fewer ships are expected this year, since they will be larger the number of people visiting is predicted to be similar to previous years.

Cruise Ship Season Starts in Guatemala

October 2009

Guatemala's Cruise Liner season begins today, with the arrival to Port Quetzal of 'Norwegian Pearl', a 2.500 passenger ship.

100 ships are expected to visit the country in the 2009/10 season; 50 are already confirmed at port Santo Tomás de Castilla.

"This cruise ship seasons comes at a key moment for the tourism industry, which is struggling to overcome a 11.5% decrease in revenue", reported Elperiodico.com.gt.

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