|The passenger volume through the Northland Cruise Terminal|
could increase significantly following Monday's announcement of
a ten year Operations agreement between the Prince Rupert
Port Authority and Global Ports Holdings
The announcement this week of a significant change for the North Coast Cruise industry has the local Tourism organization looking forward to what may come, with Tourism Prince Rupert officials
In our notes from Monday, we noted of the nature of the ten year agreement and the prospects of a significant increase in cruise related tourism that the arrangement may bring, with Global Ports Holdings observing of the potential of weekly cruise calls and up to 250,000 passengers coning through the Northland Terminal as their development for the industry moves forward.
Following Monday's introduction to Global Ports Holdings, the North Coast Review contacted Ceilidh Marlow the Executive Director for Tourism Prince Rupert, to get a view from the local side as to what the change may bring.
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