CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A cruise liner heading to Bermuda is making a stop along the South Carolina coast.
Holland America's Veendam is in Charleston on Tuesday for a port of call visit. About 1,200 tourists can spend a few hours in the city before leaving later in the day.
This is Charleston's first year-round cruising season. Officials expect 67 cruise ships to dock in the city during 2010.
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