Cruise tourism strategy aims to keep numbers at pre-pandemic levels


An ongoing cruise tourism strategy for the Cayman Islands, while focussing on capacity management and sustainability, is unlikely to involve reducing the annual number of passengers arriving on local shores to below pre-pandemic numbers, Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan says.

Speaking to media at the start of a Caribbean Tourism Organization regional conference being hosted in Grand Cayman this week, Bryan said cruise ship passengers typically make up 75% of tourist arrivals in Cayman.


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