China stands as the second-largest cruise market after the United States.
China has also signed visa-exemption agreements with Kazakhstan, Madagascar and other countries this year, increasing the total number of such mutual agreements to 155.
To further develop the cruise industry, multi-homeport routes between Shanghai and Hong Kong are being established, allowing ports on the route to serve as each other's home ports.
Adora currently has two newbuildings on order since late November 2022.
The resumption of luxury cruises would help boost tourism in the free port and nearby areas.
There are more than 30 international and regional routes, connecting major aviation markets in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
On September 19, China's Ministry of Transport announced the full resumption of international cruise ship transport to and from ports in the country.
Nearly 1.48 million entry-exit trips were made per day during the holiday.
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