Spain’s Port of A Coruña expects to welcome a record number of passengers in 2017

A Coruña

A Coruña has become one of the Atlantic’s most attractive destinations for cruise ships. A revamp of the seafront and area near the cruise terminal was accomplished last year. Now a new pedestrian promenade connects the Trasatlánticos Quay with the heart of the city and cruise passengers are just a stone’s throw away from the historic center and main tourist attractions.
In recent years, the cruise industry represents one of the Port of A Coruña’s strongest sectors and offers tremendous potential for future growth. In 2009, passenger numbers reached just over 50,000 but grew steadily to hit a record 157,000 passengers who visited during a total of 108 cruise calls in 2013. Numbers have since remained stable and forecasts for 2017 are again remarkable with an estimate of 120 calls and 170.000 passengers, making it the leader on the Cantabrian-Atlantic seaboard.
2016 was also a good cruise year at the Port of A Coruña. The season ended last 27th december with "Queen Elizabeth", the last of 95 total calls.

About %title

A Coruña

A Coruña is situated in the Northwestern corner of the Iberian Peninsula. Part of Galicia Region (green Spain) is a city to discover and keep the secret. The Cruise Terminal (500 sq. mts) located in the city centre is close to the enchanting old town and next to the city centre, commercial and...
More press releases from A Coruña
A Coruña has become one of the Atlantic’s most attractive destinations for cruise ships...Read more
On Saturday 5th Novermber Saga Sapphire, FO Braemar and Corinthian visited the port of A...Read more
Sea Cloud II was docked yesterday at the port of A Coruña, where her 60 passengers could...Read more
The Port of A Coruña was choosen by CLIA Spain to present today the Cruise figures of...Read more
A busy week starts today at the port of A Coruña. A double call with Crystal Symphony and...Read more

Pages