Cruise fans may soon face an unpleasant new limit on exploring cities along the way

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By Brian O’Connell The cruising industry is in high gear in late summer 2023, with cruise passenger volume up 106% from 2019 levels according to the Cruise Lines International Association. Business is so good that a growing number of cities and port towns have had enough and are placing limits on the number of cruise ship tourists who come ashore. Some big tourist-trending cities like Barcelona and Amsterdam are even considering bans on the largest cruise ships looking to weigh anchor, according to The Wall Street Journal. DON’T MISS: Carnival Cruise Line reconsiders covid restrictions Some tr…

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