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600 Thousand Cruise Passengers Visited Cozumel In The First Three Months of 2022

Strong Start To The Year For Hard-Hit Cruise Industry The cruise port of Cozumel received over 600 thousand visitors from ships alone in the first three months of 2022. The figures highlight a strong rebound after a tough two years of COVID. The figures, released by the Integral Port Administration of Quintana Roo, show that …

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Playa del Carmen May Receive Its Own Cruise Port

The Mexican President Has Plans For A Piece Of Land In The Popular Resort Town The Mexican President has announced he is attempting to acquire a piece of land in Playa del Carmen for the purpose of constructing a cruise ship dock. If those plans fail, he hopes the government will build an ecotourism complex. …

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Largest Cruise Ship In The World Docks In Cozumel

The Cozumel cruise industry seems to be back on track. The island relied heavily on cruise liners arriving with foreign tourists who contribute greatly to the local economy. So far in 2022 more than double the number of cruise ships are arriving to the island compared to 2021. One of those cruise ships that is …

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Quintana Roo Receives More Than 10,000 Cruise Ship Visitors In One Day

The Cruise Industry’s Resurgence Means Some Extra Crowds In The Major Ports Quintana Roo welcomed over 10,000 extra day visitors to its shores on Tuesday as several cruise liners docked in Cozumel and Mahahual. The numbers mark a strong resurgence in the cruise industry after two tough years during the pandemic. Tourists in Cozumel may …

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Cruise Ships Have Officially Arrived Back To The Mexican Caribbean

After over 1 year of being unable to set sail due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, The pristine waters of the Mexican Caribbean has finally had its first cruise ship dock with over 1000 passengers onboard.  The Celebrity Edge cruise ship docked in Mahahual on the Costa Maya on June 29 with 1,100 excited passengers …

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Cozumel Cruises To Return In Summer 2021 Despite Opposition To New Cruise Dock

Covid caused mass-shutdown for the cruise industry in 2020. However, with restrictions easing and some sense of normality beginning to return. Mexico is a hugely popular destination for cruises, with almost 9 million visitors arriving via cruise ships in 2019. The Mexican Caribbean is home to the most popular ports, with two-thirds of the country’s …

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Royal Caribbean Could Move Home Port To Cozumel Amid Restart Delays In U.S.

Royal Caribbean may move its home port to Cozumel, Mexico amid delays to restart the cruise industry in the United States. According to Cozumel Mayor Pedro Joaquin Delbouis, Royal Caribbean approached the city about designating the island as a home port for its cruise operations. “A company has established a Plan B, if in April …

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Cozumel In Talks To Resume Cruising With European Lines

Cruising could return to Mexico soon as the Mayor of Cozumel is reaching out to European Cruise companies to bring their ships to the Mexican Island.  While the United States cruise industry sits at a standstill, Cozumel, Mexico is looking to establish itself as a home port for European cruise lines to help fill the …

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