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Eastern Canada lobbying for more cruises
Royal Caribbean already serves a few Canadian ports but Canada is looking for even more cruises to stop north of the border. Canadian ports in Quebec, the Maritimes and Newfoundland are working hard collectively to attract more cruise ships to the region. Currently Royal Caribbean serves Canada from ships out of the port of Bayonne, New Jersey and there are plenty of flights out of Canada into Newark where it's only a 15-kilometre trip between the airport and the port.
Currently, European cruise lines, such as Costa and MSC, are very active in Canada. These cruises feature predominantly European tourists while Royal Caribbean rivals Holland America and Princess Cruise Lines have a long-standing Canadian presence and have the most capacity in this market.
If Canadian markets have their way, they'd like to see Royal Caribbean and other cruise lines increase their presence in Canada to create more options for Canadian cruisers as well as help generate more tourism money in the ports.