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    Galveston, Royal Caribbean Plan 3rd Cruise Terminal

    The Port of Galveston and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. plan to develop an $85 million terminal -- the third for the cruise-popular city on the Gulf of Mexico.

    Port Director Rodger Rees and Royal Caribbean CEO and President Michael Bayley on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding.

    Royal Caribbean will pay for the new cruise terminal, at Pier 10, with the site expected to open by the fall of 2021. A port statement says the initial lease is expected to be for 20 years, plus four 10-year options.

    Carnival Cruise Line and Disney Cruise Line ships also serve Galveston, which has terminals at Pier 25 and Pier 27.

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