In a special event hosted by the Port of Saint John earlier this month, the new $3 million dollar gangway was named which connects guests from the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal to the cruise ships.
The gangway, “Loyalist Landing” was named by 2nd grader, Adon Irvine, with Carnival Glory as a backdrop.
Following the naming ceremony, Adon and his classmates were given a tour of the 110,000-ton Carnival Glory.
190,000-cruise passengers are expected to call at Saint John, New Brunswick in 2012.
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