During the month of January only three days there will be no cruise ship visits, on the 3rd, 21st and 24th.
January is shaping up to set a new record for cruise ship arrivals in Puerto Plata, with a schedule of 73 cruise ship calls at the ports of Amber Cove and Taino Bay, surpassing the 60 arrivals forecast for December.
During the month of January, there will be only three days without visits of cruises, on the 3rd, 21st and 24th, according to the schedule of arrivals provided to the Listín Diario by the regional director of Tourism Atahualpa Paulino.
The port Amber Cove of Carnival Cruise in Maimon will receive a total of 33 boats and the port Taíno Bay, in the bay of Puerto Plata, of the company ITM Group.
Atahualpa Paulino attributed the record increase in cruise ship arrivals during the current high season and all year round, to the effective measures taken by Tourism Minister David Collado and the entire tourism cabinet headed by the President of the Republic, Luis Abinader, as well as the joint work of the public and private sector for the recovery of the sector.
“This great effort of the President and the Minister of Tourism, in permanent coordination with private investors, together with the extraordinary attractions of Puerto Plata and the north coast, have resulted in the great recovery in the arrival of cruise ship tourists, at levels that exceed all expectations,” said Paulino.