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The Clelia II will carry up to 100 passengers between Duluth and Toronto about every two weeks between July and September. It will be the first time Duluth has been the starting or ending point for a passenger cruise, and local leaders are hoping more cruise operators will use the port here as a place to conclude or kick off trips.

Docked in Duluth: Summer Great Lakes cruises to originate in Twin Ports

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On Independence Day this summer, the Clelia II will slip into Duluth's harbor and tie up near the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Then 100 passengers will be shuttled to the Great Lakes Aquarium, where they'll go through a U.S. Customs check.

It might not seem significant, but that customs check could usher in a new era in cruise boat tourism for Duluth.

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