On the heel of the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, one of Florida’s leading cruise ports, Port Canaveral, will soon have a dedicated team of bomb sniffing dogs at their cruise-port. This will make Port Canaveral the first cruise port in the nation to implement the new Transportation Security Administration program.
The canines, who have been working the Sanford Internationalairport will man their command posts and sniff out luggage as it’s processed.
Port Canaveral offers cruise passengers three, four, and seven night sailings to Bahamas, Eastern, and Western Caribbean.
“We’re looking at about 1.5 million [cruise] passengers, and we think that’s going to escalate to over two million in 2012,” said Stan Payne, the CEO of Canaveral Port Authority.
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