Compared to its 317-year history as a major U.S. shipping port, Baltimore’s two decades or so experience as a place to board a modern cruise ship still seems novel. It can be traced to 9/11 and the sudden need to find alternative East Coast ports after the attack on New York. But the business has grown steadily over the years as Baltimore proved itself a convenient, affordable option in the populated Mid-Atlantic market, buoyed by the opening in 2006 of the passenger terminal at what was once the site of a paper warehouse.
Baltimore makes a cruising comeback
April 13, 2023