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7:00 am on Wednesday December 19, 2012

New cruise terminal receives Board of Architectural Review, DHEC approval

Image by South Carolina State Ports Authority A possible view of Charleston in the not-so-distant future, with a redeveloped waterfront and new cruise terminal.First reporting: The much-debated proposed $35 million cruise terminal moved a step...
4:13 am on Thursday April 5, 2012

Union Pier passenger terminal plan heading to a public hearing

Image by South Carolina State Ports Authority A possible view of Charleston in the not-so-distant future, with a redeveloped waterfront and new cruise terminal. The much-debated proposed $35 million cruise terminal for passengers at Union Pier is...
8:40 am on Monday February 13, 2012

Opening of new cruise terminal pushed back to mid-2013

Image by South Carolina State Ports Authority A possible view of Charleston in the not-so-distant future, with a redeveloped waterfront and new cruise terminal.Update February 13: The Charleston Regional Business Journal reported on Friday that the...
7:19 am on Tuesday June 14, 2011

City and port leaders support Carnival in cruise ship lawsuit

Image by Flickr user Palmetto MaxCity of Charleston and maritime authorities have vowed to stand in support of Carnival Cruise Lines after hearing about a lawsuit that aims to drive out the cruise line. The Preservation Society of Charleston, the...
9:42 am on Saturday September 4, 2010

Reassuring news: BMW fine with being pushed to another port for new Charleston cruise terminal

Image by Flickr user allspice1 Mini-Coopers sit at Charleston's Union Pier, the automaker will soon use the Columbus Street Terminal under a new plan. Given all the bumps and bruises our port has taken in the last couple years, it's nice to hear...
4:15 am on Wednesday February 10, 2010

New plans revealed for the Union Pier Terminal

Image by Union Pier PlanA new development plan for downtown Charleston's Union Pier Terminal was announced yesterday during a public meeting in which developers explained their desire to "restore Charleston's historical front door." The major...
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