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Tourists stakeholders confident of vibrant season
Tourism stakeholders at the Kenyan Coast are upbeat of a more vibrant cruise ship circuit in the next coming season, which begins in September this year.
The current season, which started on September 2017 and is coming to an end this March, has been able to bring in over 4,747 high-end tourists at the Kenya coast through the Indian Ocean.
Since the start on October 23, a total of six cruise vessels have docked at the port, with international guests from the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and other nationalities.
On Thursday, MS Isgnia docked at the port of Mombasa with 1,066, tourist, which includes 680 passengers and 386 crew members. They are from Zanzibar heading to Seychelles.