June 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);6/27/2009 TW Cruise, p18
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs related to the cruise and ocean travel. Royal Caribbean International is working with the Jamaican government to build a new port at Falmouth in Jamaica. Puerto Rico is investing almost $ 1 billion dollars on port improvements in San Juan and Mayaguez by 2012. A $55 million terminal has opened in Santo Domingo as part of a $900 million project to increase cruise tourism to the Dominican Republic.


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