Cruises are a very important part of tourism. 13.4 million people went on a cruise in 2009, showing 3.4% annual growth for passenger numbers. Cruises allow passengers to visit places they may not have stayed at or spent money at had the boat not stopped there. The exact benefit of cruise tourism differs from place to place. In the Cayman Islands, for example, tourism money originating from cruise passengers makes of 5-6% of the GDP. Some destinations, such as Bermuda, are able to negotiate with cruise lines to get them to stop for longer so that tourists may spend more money there.
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