We reported earlier this week that cruise season is officially underway for the cruise port of Saint John. Carnival Cruise Lines’ 2,974-passenger Carnival Glory was the first ship to call to the port for the 2012 summer season. To celebrate, a special celebration was held on board Carnival Glory by local dignitaries and ship’s officers.
During the reception Captain Rassello was presented with an explorer telescope by the Saint John Port Authority, among other gifts (pictured right).
Carnival Glory is sailing a special week-long cruise from Boston, visiting Saint John, Portland, Maine; and Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia. Once this cruise is complete Carnival will offer passengers four-and five-night sailings out of Boston from the newly refurbished Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. Carnival Glory will sail a similar schedule from Boston in 2013.
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