Maryland Cruise Terminal Is On Schedule

The Maryland Port Administration says its new passenger cruise terminal is on schedule and will be ready for visitors this spring. Last October, the port started making extensive modifications to an existing 65,000 square foot building to create a permanent passenger cruise facility that will accommodate 2,900 people and providing parking for more than 500 vehicles. It will be centrally located off I-95 in the South Locust Point area. Work is slated for completion in May and the first scheduled cruise is on May 12. In total, Baltimore will welcome 30 cruises embarking guests from the port this season.

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