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CANAVERAL BECOMES PLACE FOR CRUISE LINES TO STOP AND PLAY ; LONG A POINT OF DEPARTURE, CANAVERAL BECOMES A PORT OF CALL FOR CRUISES FROM NORTHERN CITIES
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Orlando Sentinel - Orlando, Fla.
Author: Groeller, Greg
Date: Jun 21, 2004
Start Page: 14
Section: CFB
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Ship to shore. A Kennedy Space Center bus waits at Port Canaveral last week to pick up passengers from Norwegian's Dawn, which departs from New York. BOBBY COKER/ORLANDO SENTINEL Off the Miracle. [Donna] and [Frank Petrozza] disembark last Tuesday and head for a pontoon-boat ride on the Indian River. BOBBY COKER/ORLANDO SENTINEL KSC-bound. [Zeke Diaz] and [Terry Brophy] said the 1-day stop in Central Florida on Tuesday was an attractive part of their Carnival cruise from New York. BOBBY COKER/ORLANDO SENTINEL Cover photo of passengers disembarking from the Carnival Miracle as the Norwegian Dawn comes into Port Canaveral last week. Photo by Bobby Coker. Cover design by Shan Stumpf. . BOX: DAY-TRIPPING The three cruise lines making one-day stopovers at Port Canaveral offer their passengers a variety of shore excursions, including: Bird-watching in Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge. Cocoa Beach. Daytona International Speedway. Deep-sea fishing. Dolphin and manatee watching. Hiking in Titusville's Enchanted Forest Sanctuary. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Orlando-area theme parks. Pontoon-boat ride on the Indian River. SOURCE: Sentinel research

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