Second largest ship Cruise Season comes to Manaus on MondayIn January this year, the Cruise Season 2016/2017 also brought the largest ship ever recorded in Manaus, o M/S Queen Victoria.
The second largest ship Cruise Season 2016/2017, the ship M / S Oriana, docks at the Port of Manaus, no Center, in the late afternoon of Monday, day 6 of February. The vessel carries on board, according to estimates of the operators, 2,6 thousand people, and 1.880 passengers and 760 crew.
The incoming passengers will be done by the teams of the State Tourism Company (Amazonastur) and the Municipal Cultural Foundation, Tourism and Events (Manauscult), besides the Amazon Tourist Police (polish). On the occasion will be distributed bilingual guides, Indian handicrafts and guidelines, through the Tourist Service Centers (CATs), located in Porto and at Avenida Eduardo Ribeiro.
For the president of Amazonastur, Oreni Braga, the arrival of the ship Oriana only confirms that Manaus can enter once the route of ocean liners in the world great. “A few days ago he landed the Queen Victoria, the most that the Amazon has received at all times. And now, arrives for the first time also the Oriana, that will bring a very large number of tourists to the State. That is why, in March we will once again participate in the Seatrade Miami, the largest fair of this segment”, said the owner of the State Agency of Tourism.
“The number of tourists visiting the city has increased gradually every season, thanks to the integrated work done between municipal and state institutions involved. We have come a growing preparation and improvements made together ensuring the success of each operation”, said the CEO of Manauscult, Bernardo Monteiro de Paula.
In January this year, the Cruise Season 2016/2017 also brought the largest ship ever recorded in Manaus, o M/S Queen Victoria, with 294 meters in length, bringing 2.681 people on board, between passengers and crew. The next ship to arrive will be the M / S Braemar, On thursday, 9.
The Cruise Season 2016/2017 began on 11 November 2016 and continues until June this year, with the arrival of 11 ships.