T&T Sees Promising Post-Pandemic Cruise Comeback

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T&T Sees Promising Post-Pandemic Cruise Comeback

Carvalho’s Agencies reports that Trinidad and Tobago saw a promising start to their post-pandemic cruise comeback, welcoming 139,640 passengers and 51,988 crew members between the season’s start in November 2022 and March 2023.

The Tobago Tourism Agency Limited says a total of 64,000 passengers are expected to have visited the sister isle alone by the end of the current season in April 2023.

TTAL Executive Chairman, Alicia Edwards, shared the Agency’s commitment to supporting the upward trajectory of Tobago’s cruise arrivals, working in tandem with the Division of Tourism, Culture, Antiquities and Transportation at Seatrade to deepen working relationship between attending cruise operators with existing cruise lines to Tobago.

Coming out of Seatrade Cruise Global, TTAL has been able to initiate discussions with three major cruise lines so far, as talks continue with the aim of stimulating more interest in Tobago as a preferred port of call for cruise lines operating within the Caribbean.