Kenya starts construction of cruise ship terminal at Mombasa seaport

MOMBASA (Reuters) – Kenya on Friday started constructing its first cruise ship terminal at its Indian Ocean seaport of Mombasa, hoping to boost tourism which brings in a substantial portion of the east African country’s foreign exchange earnings.

Cruise ships currently use the main cargo terminal at Mombasa. The new facility will be the seaport’s first terminal customised for the luxury vessels.

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Source: sports.yahoo.com

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