55 Foreign Cruise Ships Visit Adriatic in 1st Half of 2022

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Last year, due to COVID restrictions, there were only 15 cruise ships with 8,000 passengers.

The passengers in this year’s first half stayed in Croatia for 466 days or 423 more than in H1 2021.

In H1 2021, all foreign ship cruises were registered in June, whereas this past June, there were 105 cruises with 92,000 passengers.

The first half of 2019, a record year for Croatia’s tourism, saw 12% more foreign cruise ships and 54% more passengers than in H1 2022.

In the first half of this year, the foreign cruise ships sailed under 13 flags, a majority of the trips, 66 or 27.5% of all, were from the Bahamas, followed by Malta with 45 cruise trips, Panama (26), and Italy (25).

Forty-six percent of the trips were registered in Dubrovnik-Neretva County, followed by Split-Dalmatia County (31%), while 23.4% were registered in Zadar, Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Istria, and Šibenik-Knin County.

Dubrovnik was the most visited seaport, followed by Split, Zadar, Hvar, Korčula, Šibenik, and Rovinj.


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