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U.S. OKs ferry to Cuba

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Spanish ferry company Balearia has become the third company to have been granted a U.S. license to operate a passenger ferry between Cuba and the United States.

Balearia runs a route from Ft. Lauderdale to Freeport. It also runs ferries between the mainland and the Balearic Islands as well as in the Straits of Gibraltar.

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