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Are Amber Cove and Puerto Plata the same thing?


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I know that Carnival developed Amber Cove as a port stop and that it is located nearby the city of Puerto Plata.   However, I've recently been seeing other cruise lines (e.g. MSC) listing Puerto Plata as a port stop.  Are those other cruises actually stopping at Amber Cove but just calling it Puerto Plata to differentiate it from Carnival or are they actually docking in a different location (such as what is done in Roatan with Mahogany Bay and Coxen Hole)?  

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13 hours ago, amc155 said:

It is different. They are building a new port stop, not too far from Amber Cove, from what I have read. NCL is listing it on their itineraries in the future too. 
 

https://www.seatrade-cruise.com/news-headlines/exclusive-costa-mayas-parent-develop-new-puerto-plata-cruise-port

 


Thanks for the info!  I'd been unaware of this project but it looks interesting.   

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