Cruise industry protests changes to cabotage law

12/31/2007 | Travel Weekly · Travel Trade

The cruise industry and travel agents are opposing a proposed interpretation of the cabotage law that would force all foreign-flag ships to spend 48 hours in a foreign port. Industry proponents say the rule would hurt U.S. ports and any businesses that operate around them. Meanwhile, unions such as Seafarers International are in favor of the rule changes.

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