Unique VIsitors to the Port of New York - 9/21->9-28-2019

As more and more ships are arriving in New York to cash in on the fall New England, Canada cruises. People are booking cruises and flocking Northward to see the splendor of the fall colors.

Princess Cruises - Regal Princess - Sailing from Brooklyn to New England / Canada
AIDA Krezufarten's AIDAluna sailing from New York to North America East Coast
German Cruise Operator - AIDA's AIDAluna - Sailing to Florida and the Bahamas

Regent Seven Seas - Seven Seas Navigator Luxury Cruises sailing from Manhattan to see Fall Foliage
Regent Cruises' Seven Seas Navigator Sails Upscale Cruises Seasonally From New York to New England / Canada

New England Canada and Bermuda cruises from the Big Apple - Manhattan
Disney Cruise Line's Disney Magic Sails Seasonally from New York to New England / Canada and Bermuda.
Sapphire Princess called at New York as part of a New England Canada cruise
Princess Cruises Sapphire Princess Called at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal as part of a Round-trip New England Canada Cruise from Southampton, England.

Holland America's Zuiderdam sailed from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal to New England, Canada
Holland America's Zuiderdam Called at New York on a New England Canada Cruise after spending the Summer in the Mediterranean.
Oceania Cruises' Premium Class Ship Riviera sails from Manhattan to East Coast of North America
Premium Cruise Line - Oceania Cruise Line's Riviera Sails Seasonally From New York to New England / Canada after spending the Summer in Europe. 

Come back to see next week's Unique Visitors.


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