Miami, Florida-based Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., the parent company of cruise line Royal Caribbean International, is planning to erect, finance, and operate a new terminal at the northeast section of Port Miami, stretching its goals to more than double its annual passengers at the location, county officials announced.
Commissioners at the Miami-Dade County Commission are set to decide the matter at a preliminary voting by Wednesday, September 9.
The matter is going to be made possible via a deal between Royal Caribbean Cruises and Miami-Dade County, which if voted on the affirmative, will run for no less than 20 years and no more than 60 year. According to Port Miami deputy port director Kevin Lynskey, this is “an extraordinarily long period of time”.
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