Asia’s fastest growing cruise ports named

Shanghai shows astonishing growth in cruise pax
All cruise ports in the Asia-Pacific market are favourably positioned for growth, Cruise Industry News reports. But Shanghai is taking the lead.
China’s biggest city and financial hub with its famous waterfront posted the biggest year-on-year cruise traffic gains between 2014 and 2015, according to the 2016-17 Cruise Industry News Annual Report.
China’s main homeport grew by as much as 60%, with more than 1.6 million passengers pulling in during 2015, putting it well inside the global top 10 cruise ports.
Other ports in the Asia-Pacific region posting solid gains include Tianjin, Hong Kong, Penang and Fremantle.
The Cruise Industry News Annual Report is the only book of its kind, presenting the worldwide cruise industry up to 2025 in more than 350 pages, with statistics that are independently researched.
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