Over 70,000 tourists expected in Bahrain during cruise season
- Bahrain: Sunday, November 11 - 2012 at 01:16
Bahrain expects more than 70,000 tourists as five major cruise ships are set to visit the kingdom this season, Gulf Daily News has reported. The first liner of the cruise season, Mein Schiff 2, docked at Khalifa Bin Salman Port on Friday, which will be followed by Zegrahm's Clipper Odyssey today and one of the world's largest cruise ships, the Aida Blu V, on November 21. Other ships include MS Astor, Fred Olsen Cruises and the Clipper Odyssey, which will make one call each.
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