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  • Just where are all the cruise ships this winter?

    Just where are all the cruise ships this winter?
    The winter cruising season is well under way, and that means the southern ports are filling up with returning cruise ships with trips to warmer climes through next April. For those playing at home, here's a roundup by port of which ships are sailing...
  • Carnival Breeze joins the Carnival Cruise Lines fleet

    Carnival Breeze joins the Carnival Cruise Lines fleet
    Carnival Cruise Lines got its hands on its newest ship, the Carnival Breeze, in a ceremony at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. The 130,000-ton, 3,600-passenger sister ship to the Carnival Magic and Carnival Dream becomes the 24th cruise...
  • Next up for Carnival: Carnival Breeze headed to Miami in 2012

    Next up for Carnival: Carnival Breeze headed to Miami in 2012
    Now that Carnival Cruise Lines has introduced its newest ship, the Carnival Magic, the company has revealed the future of its next planned ship -- the Carnival Breeze. The 130,000-ton, 3,600-passenger Carnival Breeze is a sister ship to the Magic,...
  • Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Miami

    Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Miami
    Established in the 19th century when Henry Flagler extended his East Coast Railroad to Miami and started collecting dockage fees, the Port of Miami, the first port in history to serve one million passengers annually in 1976, is often referred to as the...
  • Killing Florida pork could seriously help federal budget

    Killing Florida pork could seriously help federal budget
    Enough talk about cutting the federal budget. Let's start the job in Florida, beginning with Jacksonville's pork. Senators Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio want to move a nuclear aircraft carrier from Norfolk, Va., to Jacksonville. This would cost as much as...
  • Atlantica passengers give Costa good reviews, despite tragedy

    Atlantica passengers give Costa good reviews, despite tragedy
    Many passengers boarding a Costa Cruises ship in Miami on Wednesday for a 10-night Mexican-Caribbean voyage didn't seem rattled by the misfortunes of another of the line's big vessels off the coast of Italy last weekend. Some were celebrating wedding...
  • Disney Cruise Line takes delivery of Disney Fantasy

    Disney Cruise Line takes delivery of Disney Fantasy
    The colors of German shipbuilder Meyer Werft were lowered and the Disney Cruise Line flag was raised over the world's newest cruise ship -- the Disney Fantasy. The traditional maritime ceremony marks the final step of construction before the 4,000-...
  • Gov. Rick Scott off on first mission trip to Panama

     
    Gov. Rick Scott and an entourage of staffers and business people from Enterprise Florida left this morning on an overnight trade mission to Panama. The idea is to drum up business for Florida's ports as a result of the widening of the Panama Canal....
  • Experts Scott relied on to kill rail also don’t like his ports job projection

     
    By Dan Tracy, Orlando Sentinel Hours after rejecting Florida's high-speed train, Gov. Rick Scott declared the state would spend $77 million on dredging the Port of Miami — a project he said would create 30,000 permanent jobs. But some experts...
  • Scott’s new 7-step plan for jobs, slightly different from the last one

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott unveiled a new 7-step plan for creating jobs at a steel business in Longwood Wednesday, and many of the proposals have been trickling out of his office for weeks. The highlights include plans to shape up troubled...
  • Scott to ‘get to work’ at Port of Miami

     
    Gov. Rick Scott's next “workday” will be this Friday.He'll be working with Seaboard Marine and Carnival Cruise Lines at the Port of Miami from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. This will be the governor's fifth “work day.” Last weekend, he waited...