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The Number Of Cruise Tourists In St. Petersburg Will Grow
28.02.2013 11:29
The Number Of Cruise Tourists In St. Petersburg Will Grow
(Source: http://dva-po-20.ucoz.ru/forum/19-22-4)

According to preliminary data, the main sea passenger port of St. Petersburg will take 241 ship entries in 2013, and the number of tourists served by the port will increase by 6-9%.


      

In 2012 the main water gate of the northern capital - "Passenger Port of St. Petersburg “Marine Façade” JSC received 226 ship entries during the longest navigation in its history which lasted from May 4 to November 28 (221 cruise ships and 5 ferries). At the end of the year the number of vessels serviced in "Marine Facade" grew by 2.3%, while the passenger traffic increased by 2% (up to 422.6 thousand people, compared with the navigation of 2011). 25 cruise companies currently work in the port, and it is expected that the trend of growth in the number of cruise ship entries to the port will continue.

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: St. Petersburg Travel    

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