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March 11, 2013 12:27 PM

U.S. cruise lines are exploring new horizons

On Monday, when some 11,500 industry players gather in Miami Beach for the annual four-day Cruise Shipping Miami conference, they are finding representatives from more than 130 foreign ports, dozens of tourism offices seeking to expand visitor numbers and a handful of sessions focused on international destinations and emerging markets.

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