The number of visitors travelling to Guernsey is has fallen in the first three months of this year.
The 15% drop has been attributed to bad weather from January to March.
The total numbers, which include cruise passengers and visiting yachtsmen, fell by over 5,000 compared with the same period last year.
The bad weather conditions this year have meant two cruise ships were cancelled, accounting for a 1,300 shortfall in number of passengers to the island.
Excluding cruise passengers and visiting yachtsmen, visitor numbers were down by more than 4,000 compared with 2017.
Total leisure visitors saw a decline of just over 2,000 people, whilst the total number of staying visitors declined by more than 3,000.
The average length of stay on the island did increase though, visitors stayed 9% longer (4.44 nights compared to 4.09 nights in 2016).
Although the number of people visiting from the UK was down by over 4500, visitor numbers from France increased by 407 people.