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New Cruise Port Is Expected to Open in the Caribbean in 2020

3 minutes read • December 18th, 2018
We have often said that a cruise as a way of traveling is experiencing astounding growth. It’s nice to know that this trend results not only in the construction of new mega-liners and state-of-the-art-terminals but also in the emergence of new cruise ports. And it seems we’ll get another welcoming cruise port in the Caribbean soon: Dominican Port Authority announced an intention to open the

new cruise port

in Puerto Plata in 2020.
Puerto Plata new cruise port
Breathtaking view of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
© Public domain/Pixabay

The construction of the cruise port that will be able to handle 680,000 cruise travelers per year will be invested $125 million. The port will be capable of receiving three cruise liners at the same time, including the world’s largest cruise ships of the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis family.
Source: Dominican Today

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