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Request New Port Selection For Tracker


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Airlie Beach (Queensland, Australia) is visited regularly by cruise ships who anchor off and tender their guests ashore. The Queen Mary II was here yesterday (in miserable drizzly weather) and about 2,000 went ashore. Most cruise ships call when making their way north or south along the eastern seaboard, the biggest attraction here being the Whitsunday Islands closely followed by the Great Barrier Reef (about 90 minutes away on a ferry). To drop a few names, there has been the Queen Mary II, Rhapsody of the Seas, Sun Princess, Diamond Princess, Pacific Jewel, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Pearl, Pacific .. .ad infinitum.

Having Airlie Beach amongst the Port Selection would be great. I would be able to quickly identify what ship is parked outside my bedroom window first thing of a morning !
Thanks Greg

Beyond these boats is where I'll be looking.

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