port of call

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any port where a ship stops except its home port

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The Port of Call is experiencing a reputation boom since the take over with an outstanding climb in rankings on Trip Advisor from 18 of 23 to 3[sup.
The Port of Call range includes readymade curtains, pillowcases and valances.
A home port means a cruise ship is based there, while a port of call would make the city a stop on a cruise itinerary.
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE has been selected as the UK's best cruise port of call in the annual Cruise Critic Editor's Pick awards.
THE WORLD'S most advanced warship is coming to Liverpool as her first official port of call.
Olden is the next port of call, situated at the top of the innermost arm of the Nordfjord.
Read up on each port of call and chat with the ship's shore-excursion managers to determine where to go it alone and where to be part of the cruise crowd.
Los Angeles is the sixth port of call in the American Sail Training Association's Pacific Coast 2005 Tall Ship Challenge(R) Series that originated in Vancouver, B.
It has detailed descriptions of each port of call and contains useful information about shore excursions.
The elimination of Haines as a port of call was an economic decision for the two cruise brands.
Sailing from Harwich, your first port of call will be the village of Ulvik, called the Flower of the Hardangerfjord.
The line will fly the customer back from the first foreign port of call to the port of embarkation.
to serve as the port of call agent and shore excursion operator for all Princess Cruise Lines, Ltd.
But the skipper might be immune from prosecution and Canada may be unable to prevent the ship from departing Halifax for its next scheduled port of call in Newark, N.
Nassau is not only a desirable destination but also a high-profile port of call on any itinerary," said Rod McLeod, Royal Caribbean's executive vice president of sales, marketing and passenger services.