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Thursday, 05 December 2013 05:01

Top 10 Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s holidays here in the U.S. are known for stirring up longings to see family and friends, sending many people on the road or in the air. With so many people on the move, long lines, congested roadways, crowded flights – and hopefully fond memories – are inevitable.

Holiday travel should be something to look forward to, not something to worry about, so we’ve compiled a list of tips to stay safe and calm, wherever you may visit.

Wednesday, 04 December 2013 01:55

Direction to Bayport Cruise Terminal

 If you do not have a GPS, or a smart phone, or if you just does not want to rely on all the new and hip technology, and you are driving to the new Houston Bayport cruise terminal, please follow these direction for a smooth trip. 

Thursday, 07 November 2013 00:02

Transfer to the Bayport Cruise Terminal

It’s a day five years in the making… now it’s just around the corner. Actually it is today November 05, 2013.

Built in 2008, the Bayport Cruise Terminal in Houston has sat dormant since it has been built. Outside of a few cruises following Hurricane Ike, the terminal hasn’t seen any traffic.

That’s about the change. On November 5th, Bayport welcomes its first dedicated cruise ship — Princess Cruise Lines’ Caribbean Princess.

Here are a few details of what to expect. The Caribbean Princess is 952 feet long, was built in 2004 (refitted in 2011), and can hold more than 3,000 passengers.

She will be taking Houston cruisers on 7-day trips to the Caribbean, sailing a regular schedule every week to Cozumel, Roatan, and Belize City.

Princess will have the port to itself for several months. Bayport’s other tenant — Norwegian Cruise Lines — doesn’t arrive until October 2014.

In the meantime, cruisers in the Houston area now have an option that’s about 45 minutes closer than Galveston and more competition between cruise lines could result in lower fares.

Five years ago, the Bayport Cruise Terminal in Houston opened its doors… to nothing. In fact, apart from a few cruises in 2008 the terminal has sat unused — leaving many to call the $108 million project a boondoggle.


But that’s about to change. Starting later this year the terminal will welcome a total of 102 cruises from Princess and Norwegian Cruise Lines.

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