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Beginning in May 2013, Norwegian Breakaway--which will be the largest ship ever to home port in the City--will embark on a minimum of 88 cruises from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal through March 31, 2015.
She is sailing to Scotland where she will be stripped of her ammunition before returning to her home port flying her paying-off pennant on December 3rd
The French nuclear submarine Le Triom phant suffered damage to its sonar dome on the forward end of the vessel, but was able to return to its home port in France last week.
China later reversed the decision but the warship and its support ships had already left for its home port Yokosuka.
With more Princess ships in the Caribbean than ever before this season, we were in a wonderful position to expand into a new home port,'' said Jan Swartz, senior vice president for customer service, in a printed statement.
on 27 May for a two-month transit around South America en route to the carrier's new home port at NAB Coronado, Calif.
Hundreds of people braved the wind and rain yesterday to welcome the world's biggest and most expensive cruise liner, the British-flagged Queen Mary 2, as it arrived at its new home port of Southampton.
When the Spanish ship Victoria under the command of Juan Sebastian de Elcano returned to its home port of Sanlucar de Barrameda loaded with cloves on 6 September 1522, the news set off hostilities between Portugal and Castile that lasted most of the century.
aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk will return to its home port of Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Wednesday after a nearly two-month tour of duty in the western Pacific, the U.
In the past, we deployed teams from single battalions, constraining our ability to maintain operations at home port locations.
The wreck of Russia's Kursk submarine, hoisted from the Arctic seabed in a painstaking operation, was hauled to its home port yesterday, more than a year after its sinking killed all 118 crew on board.
It was in its home port of Bremerton, Washington, in January 1996.