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Prince Rupert Cruise Ship Visits Increase in 2017

The Port of Prince Rupert (BC, Canada) released its 2017 cruise schedule, celebrating a more than 100% increase in the number of ships and passengers visiting the coastal community this summer.




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Prince Rupert Confirms 2013 Cruise Schedule

The Prince Rupert Port Authority has announced its 2013 schedule of cruise ship visits. A total of nine ships will call on the North Coast city this summer, beginning with the return of Oceania’s MS Regatta on Saturday, June 15th. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Prince Rupert To Re-Develop Cow Bay

Half a century ago, a visitor to Prince Rupert’s Cow Bay waterfront would have encountered a dense cluster of canneries, boatyards, net lofts and fishing vessels at anchor, according to a press release from the Prince Rupert Port Authority. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Prince Rupert: Guest Feedback Tells Story of Cruise Call Success

One week after the departure of the first and largest cruise ship to visit Prince Rupert this season, the Prince Rupert Port Authority has announced that feedback from passengers, crew, and the community was overwhelmingly positive. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Prince Rupert implements Port Improvement Plan

Facing a significant reduction in cruise ship business booked for 2012, (rupertport.com) British Columbia, Canada, engaged Global Destinations (globaldd.com) in 2011 to assess its viability as a port of call on Alaska itineraries and offer recommendations to attract cruise lines. (cruisebusiness.com)




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Prince Rupert cultural pavilion feasibility study underway

The Port of Prince Rupert CEO Don Krusel and the elected Chiefs of Lax Kw’alaams and Metlakatla communities Garry Reece and Harold Leighton announced they are advancing the investigation and feasibility assessment of establishing a cultural pavilion on the Prince Rupert waterfront. (cruisebusiness.com)




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