Panama: Amador Received 62% More Cruise Ships

The current cruise season concluded in Marina Isla de Flamenco, Amador, with 22 more vessels than the previous one.

Friday, May 21, 2010

A total 57 cruise ships docked at the port, carrying 59.386 passengers, 27.868 more than in the previous season.

“Adaris Romero, marketing chief, explained that Marina Isla de Flamenco turned out to be a key port in the route linking Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, with Los Angeles, California”.

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More Cruise Ships Arrive in Guatemala

July 2012

Confirmations for the arrival of tourists ships in the 2012-2013 season have led to expectations of 50% growth in arrivals.

With the arrival of 24 more vessels than last season, a total of 86,300 visitors are expected, each having an average daily expenditure of $120, said Peter Duchez, director of the Guatemalan Institute of Tourism.

Tourist arrivals in Panama grow 14.2%

December 2008

The number of tourist arrivals from January to October 2008 grew to 1.23 million, 153 thousand more than for the same period last year.

Just in October alone, 25 thousand tourists more than last year entered the country; this is a growth of 25.4%. The best growth was for maritime tourist arrivals according to preliminary data, coinciding with the start of the new cruise ship season, which improved by 83.5% compared to last year.

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.

Panama: Tourism Increases 20% in May

July 2010

The number of visitors in May was 105,800, 20% more than in the same period last year.

May becomes the month with largest year-on-year increase so far in 2010.

Salomón Shamah, head of the Panamanian Tourism Authority, told Prensa.com that, "this growth is expected to continue in the coming months with the arrival between July and September of Carnival's Freedom cruise liner at the Colon 2000 cruise terminal.

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