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240 Expeditions made to Ege Ports

240 Expeditions made to Ege Ports
Tourism reports of Ege Ports-Ku?adas? for first 6 months were published. In this 6 months there were 240 ship expedition was made, in the mean time 173 thousand 827 tourist came for a day.

240 Expeditions made to Ege Ports

Tourism reports of Ege Ports-Ku?adas? for first 6 months were published. In this 6 months there were 240 ship expedition was made, in the mean time 173 thousand 827 tourist came for a day.

According to the explanation done from Ku?adas? Tourism Consultative Office, in 6 months 240 tourist ships, which include enormous transatlantic made expedition to Ku?adas?. With the ships which, makes expeditions orderly to Ku?adas? the tourist count surprisingly reached to 173 thousand and 827.

Last year to Ku?adas? only 110 thousand and 560 people came by sealines. By this result, in 6 months, the count of last year has increased percent 60. By the way, most of the ones come by ships are rich Americans, then EU citizens fills the lists. From top to base: England, Canada, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, South Korea and Holland.

On the other hand, Ku?adas? Setur Marine was visited by 110 yachts in 6 months. The ferries made expedition to Greece Islands for 290 times in this time. 15 thousand 137 tourists came to Ku?adas? from Greece Islands, nearly equivalently 16 thousand 864 tourists went to Greece Islands from Ku?adas?.

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