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Cruise season in Cleveland begins Memorial Day weekend [Video]

Ships from Viking and Pearl Seas will dock at the Port of Cleveland on Sunday, giving passengers a full day’s worth of opportunities to explore our area.

CLEVELAND — Cruise season will officially get underway in Cleveland during Memorial Day weekend.

On Sunday, ships from Viking and Pearl Seas will dock at the Port of Cleveland, giving passengers a full day’s worth of opportunities to explore our area. 

According to the Port of Cleveland, The Pearl Seas, a 210-passenger ship, “is the only cruise ship coming through Cleveland which has full private balconies for every room and is a fully stabilized ship.”

Meanwhile, Viking is back in Cleveland for a second straight season. Viking’s Octantis can carry up to 378 guests.

“Our cruise partners have said the Great Lakes region is booming for tourists because they want to experience the diverse cultures that make this region so unique,” said Port of Cleveland Chief Commercial Officer David S. Gutheil in a statement. “It’s part of …

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