Falklands' cruise season totaled 55.633; expedition ships market expands 17.2%

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The Falkland Islands cruise season came to a close last month with 55,633 passenger arrivals visiting the Islands, only slightly fewer than the 56,476 who visited the previous season, reports this week's edition of Penguin News.

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