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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    There's less than two weeks left in New Zealand's cruise ship season, with the last ship into Wellington arriving today

    There's less than two weeks left in New Zealand's cruise ship season, with the last ship into Wellington arriving today


    The Majestic Princess will bring three-and a half-thousand passengers into the capital.

    All up, almost 200-thousand visitors from around the world have arrived into Wellington this season, bringing about 50-million dollars into the local economy.

    Wellington NZ Tourism Manager Jo Heaton says numbers are finally starting to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels.

    She says while we're not quite back at pre-Covid levels, there has clearly been pent up demand.

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