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Simultaneously, Supply Department prepped for the ship's first tiger cruise and return to homeport.
Carnival Sunshine has an extraordinary array of guest features and facilities and will provide consumers and our valued travel agent partners with a wide range of itinerary choices from these highly attractive East Coast homeports," said Christine Duffy, Carnival's president.
The Liaoning and its crew members had conducted a series of scheduled tests and training drills in the homeport during the period, Xinhua reported.
In addition to the cruise industry," Styrk says, "the Port of Seattle is homeport for 90 percent of the commercial fishing vessels working Alaska waters, and for the Alaska factory trawler league.
Bloomberg's Homeport Task Force to transform the decommissioned U.
Second, having the homeport in Oregon means scientists from all over the world may travel here.
USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) arrived at its homeport of Everett, Wash.
ADTA had completed a cruise tourism study in February, with a key output being that full-fledged homeport status for Abu Dhabi has the potential to deliver upwards of 50,000 new visitors annually.
Abu Dhabi's anticipated elevation from port-of-call to homeport status strengthens the UAE capital's nascent cruise tourism credentials and serves as a core enabler in ADTA's strategy to attract 2.
On the eve of Virginia's return to her homeport, Capt.
MV Aquamarine will homeport in Kochi from 2nd December 2009 to 25th April 2010 and will operate cruise itineraries 3 times a week from Kochi.
An international cruise ship will start its India operations in December with Kochi as the homeport.