Royal Caribbean to build new cruise terminal in Miami... | 2017-03-11 13:38 UTC

Increasingly, cruise lines are taking terminal development at their ports of call into their own hands. Thus, in October 2015, Carnival Cruise Line completed the USD 85 mln development of the Amber Cove cruise port in the Dominican Republic. Norwegian Cruise Line invested USD 100 mln into port development at Harvest Caye, Belize, which welcomed its first vessel last November. MSC Cruises is building its USD 200mln private island, Ocean Cay in the Bahamas, said to be the largest cruise-line-run island, due to open to visitors in November 2018. However, this model of development is not confined to smaller destinations. This week Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has announced the construction of a new world-class cruise Terminal A at PortMiami, which since October 2018 will be a homeport for two of the lines largest Oasis-class ships - Allure of the Seasand Symphony of the Seas. The latter was announced this week by Royal Caribbean as the largest cruise ship in the world. Symphony of the

By PortToday on 2017-03-11 13:38 UTC
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