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Table 1 Cruise passenger movements of 29 Baltic ports in 2000 and 2019 and cumulative and average cruise passenger movements for the period 2000–2019.

From: Assessment of the dynamics of concentration and competitive positions of the Baltic cruise port system

Port Cruise passengers in 2000 Cruise passengers in 2019 Cumulative cruise passenger movements Average cruise passenger movements per year
Copenhagen 166,000 940,000 11,711,500 585,575
St. Petersburg 149,252 666,235 7,951,840 397,592
Stockholm 157,000 656,443 7,702,253 385,113
Tallinn 109,511 656,000 7,558,139 377,907
Helsinki 140,000 603,500 6,643,000 332,150
Kiel 48,033 803,000 6,002,693 300,135
Rostock 52,622 634,000 5,971,769 298,588
Oslo 108,813 229,068 4,042,597 202,130
Visby 48,339 100,956 1,233,232 61,662
Riga 69,207 1,202,118 63,269
Gothenburg 3400 108,800 837,800 41,890
Klaipeda 4613 68,129 709,023 35,451
Aarhus 12,868 58,884 695,551 34,778
Rønne 12,000 19,692 342,087 17,104
Gdansk 3643 22,411 238,524 11,926
Skagen 142 66,258 233,312 11,666
Aalborg 400 40,223 161,129 9478
Helsingborg 6266 3812 155,455 7773
Malmö 28,800 141,490 10,884
Mariehamn 1678 13,304 105,646 5282
Kalundborg 1803 93,976 7229
Turku 5654 1364 88,618 4664
Saaremaa 28,336 69,060 4933
Fredericia 19,735 62,882 10,480
Kalmar 4100 655 53,332 2807
Luebeck‐Travem 5600 47,869 11,967
Elsinore 400 1172 39,603 2200
Karlskrona 600 39,223 2179
Kotka 7513 19,837 3306