Home » Latest » Fewer Cruisers This Year on Croatian Coast

Fewer Cruisers This Year on Croatian Coast

CroatiaThere have been fewer cruisers this year on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics…

In the first six months of 2014 there were 13% less cruise liners on the Croatian coast. In June 107 cruisers arrived, down 10% from the same month last year. Passenger numbers were also down with 163,700 passengers on those cruisers, down 11% from June 2013. On year-to-date there was a drop of 16%, down to 372,700 passengers who arrived in the country on cruisers in the first six months of the year. The total number of cruisers from January to the end of June totalled 266, 39 or 13% less than last year.

The origins, or flag which the boats sailed under, had not varied too much from last year, with Malta (56), Bahamas (50), Panama (37), and Italy (36) dominating the list again.

Share on:
0 / 5 (0 votes)

Related Posts

Croatians Abroad Send Record €2 Billion Back Home

Last year Croatia’s large diaspora around the world sent over 2 billion euros back home. According to the latest data from the Croatian National Bank, Croats living abroad sent home 2.07 billion euros in 2015, Glas Slavonija reported. That figure is up from 1.4 billion euros the previous year, putting Croatia among the countries which...

Pula: 10 Things to Check Out

By Iva Ralica Istria offers beautiful scenery, beaches and activities to enjoy. This time we will explore its very south. Recently travel experts from leading UK newspaper The Telegraph selected Pula in its list of the 20 best destinations to visit in 2017. Here are some things worth checking out in and around Pula. 1....

Aussie Pop Singer Natalie Imbruglia to Play Zagreb

Aussie pop star Natalie Imbruglia will play a concert in the Croatian capital this May. Imbruglia will perform at Tvornica Kulture in Zagreb on 3 May 2017 as part of her ‘Intimate Acoustic Tour’ that will take in dates all over Europe. Tickets are 170 kuna, or 280 for VIP tickets, and can be purchased...

First Sinjska Alka Set to be Held Outside of Sinj in 70 Years

More than 25,000 people are expected at the first Sinjska Alka outside of Sinj since 1946. Apart from the traditional event this August in Sinj, the event will be held outside of the town next month. Held in the southern Croatian town of Sinj, Sinjska Alka, as the event is known, is an equestrian competition...

Gorski Kotar: 10 Things to Check Out

By Iva Ralica   Croatia is full of green scenery and that never goes out of style! When green turns into beautiful autumn colors , there is no better way to enjoy it than to visit the most forested part of Croatia – Gorski kotar. Settled in the middle of the country, it is one...