The 3 pillars of Sans Souci to attract more cruises to Dominican

In order to attract new cruise lines to the Dominican capital, the port of Sans Souci works on three strategic pillars: the positioning of that port terminal as a safe and reliable operator, making Santo Domingo a more attractive destination and To improve the consolidation of the capital tourism. For this purpose, the company carries out several initiatives to increase the volume of passengers that touch this port. It is clear that these initiatives involve working with the Ministry of Tourism, the city Council of the National District and other entities in the tourism sector.

As you may know, the Sans Souci Group believes that Santo Domingo is a unique market in the Caribbean where the experience of city or metropolis, shopping experience, 500 years of history in the Colonial city, as well as a modern terminal and a varied range are mixed. A of tours that allow tourists to get in touch with the attractions of the Dominican capital.

As for the main markets in the port of Sans Souci, the United States (mainly Florida) and Puerto Rico have the lead, while the European market is led by those destinations that make “homeporting” in Santo Domingo or the islands Surrounding.

Several studies, sponsored by both the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association and the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), throw figures and data from both the economic and cultural contributions that the cruise industry brings to any country. In the case of Santo Domingo in particular, it would help to dynamize the Colonial city which has much to offer to the tourist, it would foment the tourism of the Dominican capital, offering more than sun and beach.

According to the Sans Souci group, the arrival of cruisers to the city of Santo Domingo has a significant multiplier effect on the economy of the city, originated mainly by the volume of passenger and crew spending, which generates a significant The number of direct and indirect jobs, mainly in the trade, transport, agricultural and hotel, bar and restaurant sectors.

During the past season the port of Sans Souci received the cruise lines Japan Grace, Aida Cruises, Fred Olsen, Club Med, Le Ponant and Kristina cruise. The latter began its stopovers in Sans Souci – Puerto de Santo Domingo, recording in the history of Finland and the Dominican Republic the primacy of a Finnish-born cruiser arriving in the country. In detail we receive the ships the oceanic-Peace Boat, Aida Aura, Aida Luna, Aida Vita, Braemar, Club Med II, Le Levant and Kristina Katarina. As for the volume of passengers, these total approximately 60000 passengers with about 35 touches of cruises.

The omens of the Sans Souci Group for the upcoming cruise season (2012 – 2013) are positive. This season highlights that the port of Santo Domingo will receive two lines of new cruises, of which one will be Home port or port mother, and in addition another line that also leaves the port of Santo Domingo, but has already used this terminal earlier Nte.

The 3 pillars of Sans Souci to attract more cruises to Dominican

In order to attract new cruise lines to the Dominican capital, the port of Sans Souci works on three strategic pillars: the positioning of that port terminal as a safe and reliable operator, making Santo Domingo a more attractive destination and To improve the consolidation of the capital tourism. For this purpose, the company carries out several initiatives to increase the volume of passengers that touch this port. It is clear that these initiatives involve working with the Ministry of Tourism, the city Council of the National District and other entities in the tourism sector.

As you may know, the Sans Souci Group believes that Santo Domingo is a unique market in the Caribbean where the experience of city or metropolis, shopping experience, 500 years of history in the Colonial city, as well as a modern terminal and a varied range are mixed. A of tours that allow tourists to get in touch with the attractions of the Dominican capital.

As for the main markets in the port of Sans Souci, the United States (mainly Florida) and Puerto Rico have the lead, while the European market is led by those destinations that make “homeporting” in Santo Domingo or the islands Surrounding.

Several studies, sponsored by both the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association and the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), throw figures and data from both the economic and cultural contributions that the cruise industry brings to any country. In the case of Santo Domingo in particular, it would help to dynamize the Colonial city which has much to offer to the tourist, it would foment the tourism of the Dominican capital, offering more than sun and beach.

According to the Sans Souci group, the arrival of cruisers to the city of Santo Domingo has a significant multiplier effect on the economy of the city, originated mainly by the volume of passenger and crew spending, which generates a significant The number of direct and indirect jobs, mainly in the trade, transport, agricultural and hotel, bar and restaurant sectors.

During the past season the port of Sans Souci received the cruise lines Japan Grace, Aida Cruises, Fred Olsen, Club Med, Le Ponant and Kristina cruise. The latter began its stopovers in Sans Souci – Puerto de Santo Domingo, recording in the history of Finland and the Dominican Republic the primacy of a Finnish-born cruiser arriving in the country. In detail we receive the ships the oceanic-Peace Boat, Aida Aura, Aida Luna, Aida Vita, Braemar, Club Med II, Le Levant and Kristina Katarina. As for the volume of passengers, these total approximately 60000 passengers with about 35 touches of cruises.

The omens of the Sans Souci Group for the upcoming cruise season (2012 – 2013) are positive. In this season it is emphasized that the port of Santo Domingo will receive two lines of new cruises, of which one will be Home port or port mother, and in addition another line that also leaves the port of Santo Domingo, but that has already used this terminal

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