Cruise sector: direct expenditures in Europe in 2016, by segment

This statistic shows direct expenditures generated by cruise tourism in Europe in 2016. At 16.22 billion U.S dollars, direct expenditures generated by cruise lines were over three times higher than passenger expenditures.

Direct expenditures of cruise sector in Europe in 2016, by segment

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Release date

November 2017



Survey time period


Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Europe includes the ports of the 27 member states of the EU plus Iceland, Norway and Switzer-land.
Expenditures by cruise lines consists of purchases of goods consumed and used on ships, port charges and fees, travel agent commissions, administrative expenses and wages paid to shore side employees and crew among others."

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