Title

Not on Board: In a State that Thrives on Tourism, Why Do Cruise Ships Still Leave So Much Discord in Their Wake?

Authors

Will Grunewald

Date

8-2017

Volume Number

64

Pages

32-33

Abstract

Bar Harbor voted to construct a new cruise ship terminal but not before town officials and residents engaged in a frothy debate over the issue. Residents argued that there is too much overcrowding in the area and that cruise ships would increase tourism by 5 times the average.

Subjects

tourism, local economy, cruise ships, Acadia National Park, increase, Change.org petition, frustrated locals, defunct ferry dock, new cruise ship terminal, construction

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