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Mauritius: 100,000 cruise lines on the island from now to 2025

The Minister of tourism, Michael Sik Yuen, wants to work more closely with the Italian group Costa Cruises in the heart of the Indian Ocean and has welcome by 2025 some 100,000 cruise to Mauritius as indicated the Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.
"We work in collaboration with Costa, who remains one of our partners, to sell the regional destination and mainly Mauritius to boost tourist arrivals," said the Minister of tourism of Mauritius, Michael Sik Yuen, who also puts forward some islands of the Indian Ocean region namely Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar and the Seychelles are among the destinations by cruise lines Europeans and Chinese.
As a reminder, Costa NeoClassica with 654 cabins will depart from Port-Louis January 11, 2015, including cruise passengers landed on the island by charter flight of the Costa Group.
Costa NeoClassica will leave the docks of the Mauritian capital for 16 days of cruise destined for Seychelles, Madagascar, Reunion and this, with four crossings until 22 February.
A stopover for a period of two nights and three days at Mahé is particularly planned.
March 8, 2015, the cruise ship Costa NeoClassica will resume the sea from Mauritius for 32 days in the Indian Ocean and Mediterranean cruise through Madagascar, Seychelles, Egypt, the Jordan, Israel, the Greece and Croatia.

Fabrice François

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