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Carnival Pride takes it first trip out of Baltimore after hiatus
Carnival Pride takes it first trip out of Baltimore after hiatus

The massive Carnival Pride cruise liner docked at the port of Baltimore just before sunrise Sunday for the first time in five months, ending a hiatus created when new air standards sent the ship looking for new digs. "We are happy to bring the Pride home," Christine Duffy, Carnival Cruise Line president, told a group of state officials and travel agents during a reception at the ship's Butterfly Lounge. As she spoke, passengers began boarding the 2,124 passenger vessel for a trip to Nassau, Freeport and Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas. Carnival Pride stopped sailing from Baltimore in October when cruise line officials thought it would be too costly to meet new air standards...

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