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One last cruise ship sails away

Prince Rupert's time is up as a cruise ship destination -- temporarily, at least.
The City of Rainbows has lost its last weekly cruise ship visitor. Daybreak's Carolina de Ryk asks Prince Rupert Port Authority sales and marketing vice president Shaun Stevenson what's next for the city's cruise dock.

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Carver Jason Watts works in a carving studio overlooking the Northland Terminal Dock in Prince Rupert.(photo George Baker/CBC)

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