Cruise lines run into gridlock in Sydney

Sydney • When the first fleet of convict ships arrived in Australia, the commander turned up his nose at Botany Bay and looked for a better port. More than 200 years on, luxury cruise ships may have to make do with the rejected inlet. Farther to the north, Sydney’s iconic harbor is running out of berths in the world’s fastest-growing cruise market. There’s barely a free slot left to dock at the main terminal opposite the Opera House before 2017 and many vessels are too large to slip under the Ha...

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