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Seaport suburbs of major inland cities

Some of the largest cities in the world are located a relatively short distance inland. As a result, their primary seaport developed at a coastal suburb instead. Secondarily, several of these cities once had harbors, but due to their shallow … Continue reading

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North America’s busiest cruise terminals

The following data is based on ship boardings by cruise departure┬áterminal during the 2011 calendar year. The percent change from 2010 is also provided. Miami, FL – 1.970 million, -8.4% Fort Lauderdale, FL – 1.826 million, +3.8% Port Canaveral (Melbourne), … Continue reading

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