Port of Vancouver Forecasts Record Breaking 2024 Cruise Season

Port of Vancouver Forecasts Record Breaking 2024 Cruise Season

British Columbia’s Port of Vancouver has said that it’s poised to have its busiest cruise season ever. The seaport announced March 8 that based on early estimates, it anticipates a record year for cruise passenger visits to the Canada Place cruise terminal in Vancouver. The cruise terminal expects to have 329 cruise ship visits scheduled between now and Oct. 29, bringing in a potential 1.27 million passengers, about 2% more than 2023, which also was a record year, the port said. “We expect 2024 to be another strong season for the award-winning Canada Place cruise terminal, as we solidify Vancouver…
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Port of Seattle Deems 2022 Cruise Season a Success

Port of Seattle Deems 2022 Cruise Season a Success

The Port of Seattle has declared its 2022 cruise season a success that shattered new records and achieved new milestones in economic impact, environmental initiatives and community investment efforts. The port said Oct. 24 that the cruise season brought 1.28 million revenue passengers, or 640,000 individual travelers, to the port on an Alaskan cruise, a new passenger volume record that netted a 6% uptick over the 2019 volumes. “In 2020, when the port and region lost the expected revenue of an entire cruise season, we outlined a recovery strategy to bring the industry back healthier and stronger than ever,” Port…
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San Diego Port Anticipating Its Busiest Cruise Season Since 2010

San Diego Port Anticipating Its Busiest Cruise Season Since 2010

The Port of San Diego’s new cruise season has set sail and business is bouncing back, according to the POSD. This season is poised to be the port’s busiest since 2010 with 140 cruises scheduled, up 45% from 2021, with all sailings at or near full capacity, bringing about 460,000 passengers. San Diego is California’s third busiest cruise port after Long Beach and Los Angeles. “The Port of San Diego’s cruise business is definitely experiencing a rebound and we expect continued growth,” Port of San Diego Chairman Dan Malcolm said. “We’re pleased to be welcoming our cruise customers back to…
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