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Following a highly successful season sailing the eastern coastline Celebrity Summit will return to Boston in August 2023

Celebrity SummitAs the beautiful Celebrity Summit® embarks to reposition in Miami for its Caribbean season, Celebrity Cruises® wrapped up a highly successful first season homeporting in Boston, where guests were treated to the waning summers of the Northeast and the ushering in of the mesmerizing landscapes of the New England fall. (more…)

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First cruise ship set to depart Boston since 2019 will require vaccinations

After almost two years, the first cruises are setting out to sea from Boston again — but only for vaccinated passengers and staff. “As the entire travel industry emerges from the restrictions of the global pandemic, flexibility has been key in re-establishing meaningful experiences for travelers,” said Jack Anderson, president of Crystal Cruises, the first cruise line setting sail from Boston. (bostonherald.com)

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You can cruise to these destinations from Boston in 2020

The port of Boston  - MassportTravelers can escape by water this year to destinations such as Canada, Bermuda, and the Netherlands, according to Massport’s Flynn Cruiseport Boston schedule for 2020. After serving a record 402,346 passengers in 2019, Flynn Cruiseport Boston is gearing up for a new season, which begins in April, according to Massport. (boston.com)

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Boston Leveraging Two Markets to Grow

Flynn Cruiseport Boston will see more turnarounds as traffic grows, from 59 homeport calls last year to 64 this year and 67 next year. “We are seeing more Canada/New England sailings and more sailings going south,” said Michael Vanderbeeke, deputy port director, business development. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Governor Baker Massport Officially Dedicate The Flynn Cruiseport Boston at The Black Falcon Terminal. The event also celebrated the annual kick off to the Boston cruise season

Boston - The Cruise TerminalIn a ceremony not far from the docks where former Mayor of Boston and U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Raymond L. Flynn once worked as a young man, Governor Charlie Baker, elected officials, community members and children from South Boston, and Massport officially dedicated The Flynn Cruiseport Boston at The Black Falcon Terminal. (more…)



Queen Mary 2 Makes Boston Debut After Extensive Remastering

Queen Mary 2 gave a royal welcome to Boston’s top Instagram dogs, Nacho (@NachoDogg) and Bear (@KnoxandBear), who enjoyed the new kennels on the Remastered ship at Boston’s Black Falcon Cruse Terminal. Cunard’s flagship ocean liner sailed into Boston today (29 Sep.) to debut its significant refit costing in the region of $132 million. (more…)

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Boston Hoping to Build on Disney Magic and Anthem of the Seas Visits

Boston - The Cruise TerminalComing off a strong 2015, this year will be consistent for Cruiseport Boston before things pick up in 2017. “We have the exact same number of calls this year, 50 turns and 64 transits,” said Michael Vanderbeek, deputy port director, business development. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Cruise lines’ maiden visits a boon to Boston

Boston’s ship is coming in, with two major cruise lines bringing thousands of tourists to the historic Hub as a port of call this week in what could be an economic windfall. (bostonherald.com)

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30th Anniversary of Cruiseport Boston Marked

Boston - The Cruise TerminalFormer Boston Mayor Ray Flynn, elected officials, and children from the South Boston community helped the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) celebrate the 30th anniversary of Cruiseport Boston today, May 16, 2016. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Boston Shooting for Bigger Summer Season

Boston - The Cruise TerminalThere will be a number of high-profile calls for Cruiseport Boston this year, including the first visits by Disney Cruise Line and Viking Cruises. In addition, the Anthem of the Seas will make her inaugural visit and become the biggest vessel ever to call in Boston. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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