China Homeport for RCI Cruise Ship

MarineLink.com/Shanghai Daily
Monday, June 24, 2013
Mariner of the Seas: Image courtesy of Royal Caribbean International

The largest cruise liner in Asia, 'Mariner of the Seas' docks in new homeport, the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Baoshan District, Shangai.

After two months of renovation costing US$20 million, the Mariner of the Seas sailed in April from the United States to Shanghai., informs Shanghai Daily.

From June to October, Mariner of the Seas and other cruise ships will  set sail from Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, with South Korea as the main destination.


The Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal terminal has became Asia's busiest cruise liner terminal, according to Shanghai Daily.

Source: Shanghai Daily

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