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ImagePicture waking up to the sun rising over the Atlantic Ocean each morning followed by a nice dip in your infinity edge pool. Then after a beautiful day of sun and relaxation, enjoy a stunning sunset over the Caribbean Sea from the terrace of your new villa at Ocean’s Edge Resort in St. Kitts.
ImageJamaica and Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill are kicking off the two-month Jamaica Escape promotion with an island-style celebration in Brooklyn, NY on March 5. During the months of March and April consumers in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts can visit participating Golden Krust locations for a chance enter the sweepstakes to win a dream Jamaican getaway. Each month two trips will be given away, one to Montego Bay and one to Kingston, with roundtrip air from New York’s JFK airport provided by JetBlue. Hotel accommodations in Montego Bay are courtesy of Holiday Inn Sunspree, and hotel accommodations in Kingston are courtesy of The Knutsford Court Hotel and The Courtleigh Hotel & Suites.

ImageThe Port of Miami is pleased to welcome this summer Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) new F3 ship, the Norwegian Epic, NCL’s largest and most innovative Freestyle Cruise ship.

Following a series of inaugural events in Europe and the U.S., the 4,200 passenger Norwegian Epic, will homeport in Miami and will offer alternating 7-day Western and Eastern Caribbean voyages through April 2011.

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Florida International Terminal at Port Everglades
Port Everglades has announced that Florida International Terminal, LLC (FIT), a marine terminal operator, has earned the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 9001:2008) certification.

"This certification demonstrates FIT's commitment to efficiency, dedication and quality service," said Port Everglades Director Phil Allen. "We hope this measure continues attracting commerce to the Port; supplying South Florida's residents and businesses with such diverse international products as fruits and wine; and fostering prosperity for all associated businesses utilizing Port Everglades or those supporting businesses operating from our central South Florida location."

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