Arctic and Siberia cruise routes to become more popular

Arctic and Siberia cruise routes to become more popular

February 10, 2022

Russia has approved a concept for the development of cruise tourism until 2024.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The plans for the next three years are to increase the number of sea and river cruises and make such trips more accessible and attractive.

“To expand the route network of Russian cruises, including in the Arctic, Siberia and the Far East, create new excursion programs with visits to specially protected natural areas, develop cruise destinations that will be of interest not only to adults, but also to children,” the document says.

In addition, the concept provides for the development of infrastructure and the improvement of state support measures for enterprises that participate in its creation.

Another important task is staff training. It is planned to improve educational programs in the field of the cruise industry for students of colleges and universities and create platforms for practical training on the basis of leading cruise companies.

Recall that last year prices for cruises to Dudinka rose, the construction of two tourist ships for the Yenisey started. The inhabitants of the region gave them names – Andrey Dubensky and Victor Astafiev. The liners will arrive in the region in 2023.

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February 10, 2022

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