Cruise ship voyages of foreign ships along the Croatian Adriatic in the first seven months of this year were 4.6 percent or 15 less than last year in the same period, but there were 40 percent more passengers on a total of 314 voyages, 411.4 thousand, according to the State Bureau of Statistics.
On cruise ship voyages along the Adriatic in the first seven months, 60 foreign cruise ships sailed, which is 9.1 percent or six fewer cruises than last year. Unlike last year, these ships stayed in Croatia 11.4 percent or 75 days longer this year, totalling 733 days.
Out of the total of 314 cruise ship voyages of foreign ships in the seven months, 50 percent were in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, followed by 25.5 percent in the Split-Dalmatia County, while the remaining 24.5 percent were achieved in other Adriatic counties.
Dubrovnik remains the most visited port, with 236 visits by foreign cruise ships, followed by Split with 147 visits, Zadar with 77, Hvar with 63, Korčula with 52, Šibenik with 51, and Rovinj with 35 cruise ship visits.