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Global Ports Holding – Cruise Terminal Statistics – March 2022

Global Ports Holding – Cruise terminal statistics – March 2022

Source: Barcelona Port
Istanbul, Turkey (PortSEurope) May 12, 2022 – Global Ports Holding (GPH) has reported cruise terminal statistics for March 2022 which shows a sharp recovery after a period blighted by the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis. In March, GPH terminals welcomed 271 cruise ship calls, compared to 5 in 2021, and 160 in 2020. Total passenger movements were 405,505 (4,146 in 2021; 226,205 in 2020). In the first
quarter of 2022, total ship calls were 632 ( 12 in 2021; 585 in 2020). Total passenger movements were 866,977 (10,103 in 2021; 1,282,196 in 2020). Cruise Port202220212020201922/21Chg %AntiguaCalls7402962n/aPassenger Movements60,824048,626108,846n/aCreuers (Barcelona)Calls2401044n/aPassenger Movements32,594028,535117,674n/aEge Port (Turkey)Calls5025n/aPassenger Movements36408194,555n/aNassauCalls1300118108n/aPassenger Movements283,6770147,660391,750n/aValletta (Malta)Calls14419250Passenger Movements19,1573,29056531,670482Other Cruise portsCalls141011300Passenger Movements8,88985601,452938Total Calls26151602295120Total Passenger Movements405,5054,146226,205655,9479861Source: GPH More PortEurope news about Global Ports Holding Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2022.

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