Cruiseport BOSTON Associating voyagers toward the North of Boston, to Bermuda, Canada/New Britain, the Caribbean, and pa.


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Illustrious Caribbean Jewel of the Seas with a few week by week Canada/New England travels ... what's more, travel specialists interest for embarkation voyages from Boston to the Caribbean. ...
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Cruiseport BOSTON Connecting voyagers toward the North of Boston, to Bermuda, Canada/New England, the Caribbean, and past! North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau January 30, 2009

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Cruiseport BOSTON opened in 1986 respecting a sum of 13 journey ships and 11,723 travelers.

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Today, We Are Growing… Fifteen voyage lines will call at Cruiseport Boston amongst May and November 2009: 103 vessel calls affirmed, and anticipating more than 250,000 travelers leaving and landing at Black Falcon Terminal and on port of call visits. 2010: 102 vessel calls affirmed as such, with a few more to be affirmed in the not so distant future; anticipating 265,000 travelers as the economy recoups.

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And Massachusetts benefits… The journey business contributed $407 million and more than 5,600 employments to the Massachusetts economy in 2007, as indicated by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Massachusetts positions eleventh broadly for monetary effect from the voyage business

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Cruiseport Boston… Has three home-ported ships: Norwegian Spirit with week by week travels to Bermuda—now cruising Fridays; and with two Canada/New England voyages in the Fall Holland America Maasdam with bi-week after week Canada/New England travels Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas with a few week by week Canada/New England travels Is a hearty port-of-call with an enormous wellspring of day guests to the more noteworthy Boston area

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Port of Call Visitors… 121,000 port of call guests called at Cruiseport BOSTON in 2007, and 128,000 in 2008, a 6% expansion The normal port of call boat holds more than 2,000 voyage travelers with cash to spend, searching for spots to go. North of Boston holds incredible advance!

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Boston Logan has Nonstop Domestic Service to 70 Destinations 7 Note: Includes Seasonal Service, Source: OAG Schedules

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Boston Logan has Nonstop International Service to 31 Destinations 8 Note: Includes Seasonal Service, Source: OAG Schedules

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Boston and North of Boston are appealing port of call and pre-and post journey goals with numerous lodgings. eateries, shops, and attractions

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Current Trends… Larger boats conveying more port of call guests to the Boston The biggest ships today have traveler stacks well more than 3,000 More and more up to date ships added to the journey armada implies voyage lines will search for more ports to call for both embarkations and port of call visits This implies…

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… Opportunities for North of Boston Port-of-call guests take transport visits to groups North of Boston to tour, eat, and shop. Increment business by making \'win-win\' open doors and organizations together for North of Boston CVB and its individuals

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Osto nb What are we taking a shot at now?

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Osto nb More C anada/New England Itineraries Embarking at Boston

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Four to seven day schedules to Eastern Canada, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence Halifax Bar Harbor , ME

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Canada/New England Cruising from Boston Passengers setting out in Boston for Canada-New England travels advantage: A special get-away near and dear. No air travel required. Spring, Summer, and Fall Canada-New England schedules engage couples and to families. Journey line advantage: higher income Passengers will utilize spared transportation dollars to spend on a redesigned lodge or for on-board sustenance, refreshments, shopping, and exercises.

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Osto nb Anything Else?

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Osto nb Boston to the Caribbean!

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Why Caribbean Cruises from Boston? 13 million buyers in MA, NH, VT, NH, ME, RI, and eastern CT. The most astounding per-capita pay district in the U.S.* New England purchasers are the 4 th biggest gathering of cruisers… extraordinary business sector potential from your clients! Boston travelers set records for high outlay yields and high on-board spending. (Source: Cruise line officials) Strong client and travel operator interest for embarkation voyages from Boston to the Caribbean. * ( Source: FRB Boston )

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100 and 250 Mile Driving Distances Over 11 million buyers inside 2 hours driving time and 47 million more inside 5 hours driving time to Boston 250 Mile Radius 58 million purchasers 100 Mile Radius 11 million customers Boston sailings set industry records for high per-diems and high on-load up traveler spending

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Caribbean Cruising from Boston Passengers leaving in Boston for the Caribbean advantage: Savings of ~$300-$350 p/p airfare, ~$1,200-$1,400 for a group of four from Boston to MIA or FLL. Dispose of the burden and trouble of air travel. Wipe out 10 hour drive, gas, and tolls to New York or NJ and return. The Cruise Line advantage: higher income Passengers will utilize spared transportation dollars to spend on a redesigned lodge or for on-board sustenance, refreshments, shopping, and exercises.

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Boston is perfect for Caribbean Itineraries Berth Availability: Every Sunday and exchange Saturdays 10 and 11-day Caribbean agendas: Sail Sunday, return Thursday (11 days) Sail Thursday, return Sunday (10 days)

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The Caribbean? From Boston??? In any case, it\'s too far!!! Is it?

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~85 N. M. Contrast in Distance from Boston To St. Maarten versus New York BOS-SXM ~1,570 NM NY-SXM ~1,485 NM

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Sailing Time Comparison to St. Maarten Boston to St. Maarten: ~1,570 N. M. New York to St. Maarten: ~ 1,485 N. M. Contrast: ~ 85 N. M. Speed required for a 64 hour voyage: (Depart Boston at 1600, touch base at 0800 in St. Maarten on Day 3: Boston to St. Maarten: 24.5 kts. New York to Saint Maarten: 23.2 kts.

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~120 N. M. Distinction in Distance from Boston To San Juan versus New York

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Sailing Time Comparison to San Juan Boston to San Juan: ~1,510 N. M. New York to San Juan: ~ 1,390 N. M. Difference: ~ 120 N. M. Speed required for a 71 hour voyage: (Depart at 1600, touch base at 1500 in San Juan on Day 3: Boston to San Juan: 21.2 kts. New York to San Juan: 19.6 kts.

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Boston Makes Good Sense Passengers spare the hindrance and uneasiness of go to other port urban communities. Result is higher per-diems and high locally available spending from Boston travelers. It\'s an undiscovered business sector holding up to be served. What are we telling voyage lines? What are we letting you know? Your primary concern is better in Boston!

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Lock out Competition ! Secure selective utilization of a Sunday billet and/or an other Saturday compartment. New England travelers are faithful—they will unequivocally bolster the journey line that is the first to offer Caribbean administration. Lock up the business sector: The primary journey line to give Caribbean administration is unrealistic to be tested by a contender.

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Our most recent notice…

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Questions? For additional data contact: Nick Billows, Deputy Port Director 617-946-4428 or nbillows@massport.com

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