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800-passenger cruise ship docks in Quepos Costa Rica

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Published on: 2012/02/29

Posted: Friday, January 27, 2012 – By Karla Arias Alvarado

Last week, the Pacific town of Quepos welcomed its first 800-passenger cruise in the last 20 years.

The Pacific Princess cruise line brought 800 passengers to the Pacific port of Quepos last week. Courtesy of the Costa Rican Tourism Board


Cruise 3

Last week, the port town of Quepos on the central Pacific coast saw the arrival of its first large cruise ship in 20 years. With 800 tourists on board, the Pacific Princess stopped for the day in Quepos last Saturday.

Cruise ships never really stopped arriving at the small coastal town near the Manuel Antonio National Park, but in recent years the biggest ships to dock there brought 150 to 300 tourists.

The town is scheduled to receive 29 cruise ships between the period of September 2011 and May 2012.


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  1. Elsa says:

    nice post dude, keep it up.

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