Cruise ship ‘Mediterranea’ leaves North China’s Tianjin

Wednesday, October 11, 2023


Having Mediterranean-style design, gastronomy from around the world and boutique shopping, the cruise ship ‘Mediterranea’ left North China’s Tianjin on September 30 traveling to Sasebo and Fukuoka in
Japan, among other places, delivering a perfect vacation escape.

Guo Jia, the director of business development of Adora Cruises, which organized the voyage, said that the ship carried over 2,500 travelers on leaving, which almost boosted full booking.

Guo said that ‘Mediterranea’ will embark on four journeys in October to cater to the demands of visitors
from North China.

A tourist said that he wanted to spend the mid-autumn festival and National Day break on the cruise, along with his family. He said that it is the first time that his family has spent a vacation on a cruise, which is a distinct experience for them.

One of the tour group leads said that the renaissance of China’s cruise tourism segment has enticed several new and old clienteles, a majority of whom toured as a family part, with more senior folks and children involved.

On September 19, China’s Transport Ministry spoek about the complete recommencement of global cruise ship conveyance to and from harbors in the country.

The ministry said that native transport establishments at the harbors where cruise ships anchor should frame tactics for re-establishing global cruise transport and continue with the effort of recommencement after getting support from domestic administrations.

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