Bahrain ready to slash cruise ship prices
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Bahrain ready to slash cruise ship prices

Bahrain ready to slash cruise ship prices

Khalifa Bin Salman Port, Bahrain's largest port is set to drastically reduce passenger fees for each cruise ship in a bid to lure back operators when the new season opens in November, Gulf Daily News has reported. APM Terminals, which operates the port, will lose nearly BD70,000 ($184,512) this season after cutting back the passenger handling fee from BD3 per person to BD2 for the confirmed 33 liners docking at the port. "We all have to contribute towards getting cruise liners back to Bahrain and we have decided to make this contribution," company chief executive Marco Neelsen said.

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