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Welcoming the Oriana to Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
 
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed the Oriana, the first cruise ship to dock at the new facility being built by the City on the Brooklyn waterfront.  The Oriana berthed in Red Hook at a temporary facility because the New York Cruise Terminal on Manhattan’s West Side is fully booked with five other cruise ships arriving today.  Last spring, Carnival Corporation entered into an agreement with the City to make the Brooklyn facility its berth of choice in the New York region for its Princess and Cunard lines.  The Queen Mary 2 will be the first ship to dock at the completed facility in April 2006.   

Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed the Oriana, the first cruise ship to dock at the new facility being built by the City on the Brooklyn waterfront.  The Oriana berthed in Red Hook at a temporary facility because the New York Cruise Terminal on Manhattan’s West Side is fully booked with five other cruise ships arriving today.  Last spring, Carnival Corporation entered into an agreement with the City to make the Brooklyn facility its berth of choice in the New York region for its Princess and Cunard lines.  The Queen Mary 2 will be the first ship to dock at the completed facility in April 2006.
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed the Oriana, the first cruise ship to dock at the new facility being built by the City on the Brooklyn waterfront.  The Oriana berthed in Red Hook at a temporary facility because the New York Cruise Terminal on Manhattan’s West Side is fully booked with five other cruise ships arriving today.  Last spring, Carnival Corporation entered into an agreement with the City to make the Brooklyn facility its berth of choice in the New York region for its Princess and Cunard lines.  The Queen Mary 2 will be the first ship to dock at the completed facility in April 2006.
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed the Oriana, the first cruise ship to dock at the new facility being built by the City on the Brooklyn waterfront.  The Oriana berthed in Red Hook at a temporary facility because the New York Cruise Terminal on Manhattan’s West Side is fully booked with five other cruise ships arriving today.  Last spring, Carnival Corporation entered into an agreement with the City to make the Brooklyn facility its berth of choice in the New York region for its Princess and Cunard lines.  The Queen Mary 2 will be the first ship to dock at the completed facility in April 2006.
 

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