Bar Harbor Ferry Terminal Eyed for Cruise Ship Use
October 26, 2012
The Working Waterfront: The 60-year-old ferry service that connected Bar Harbor [Maine] with Nova Scotia was discontinued in 2010, but the town and the Maine Port Authority (MPA) still consider the terminal to be a valuable asset for the region.
After a study of alternative uses for the four-and-a-half-acre property, the MPA is now looking to acquire the facility, with an eye toward developing it for the use of cruise ships.
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