Why Houston Is Cruising Again

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Houston is officially a cruise homeport once again. The Bayport Cruise Terminal, which has remained virtually empty since its completion in 2009, finished its first full season of operations two weeks ago and next winter will be home to two cruise ships.
Princess Cruises’ 3,082-passenger Caribbean Princess just wrapped up its first winter season from Houston, carrying about 80,000 passengers, and will return for winter 2015-16. Next winter, sister ship Emerald Princess will be based in Houston. The ships operate Western Caribbean cruises to ports such as Roatan, Belize City, Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Grand Cayman.
What’s more, Norwegian Cruise Line’s 2,374-passenger Norwegian Jewel will move to Houston in October for a season of seven-day Western Caribbean voyages to Cozumel, Belize City and Banana Coast, the new cruise facility on mainland Honduras.

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