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Luxury cruise line moving to Miami

Coming soon to the Port of Miami: regularly scheduled luxury cruise sailings.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced Thursday that it would move its ships from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale to Miami starting next fall.

The line, which shares a parent company with Oceania Cruises (already sailing from Miami), said the move makes sense because it can share a terminal with Oceania and passengers traveling into Miami International Airport will have an easier time getting to the ship.

Read more about the move here

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That is a good new!
After receiving bad news after bad news about ships moving from Port of Miami to Port Everglades, is good to know that some business are coming to our Miami Port.
Hope local authorities and business get together in getting new ships coming to Port of Miami.
Business related to the Miami cruises need it like yesterday. We have been struggling after the enormous reduction of passengers coming to Port of Miami.
Thanks for the good new.

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