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A pontoon boat passes between Pinto Island and the Alabama Cruise Terminal, November 27, 2015, in Mobile, Alabama. The Port of Mobile was ranked the 12th largest deepwater port by tonnage in the nation in 2010, dropping from its 2008 ranking of ninth. The port is located along the Mobile River, which empties into Mobile Bay. Its depth is 45 feet. Carnival Cruise Lines operated out of the Alabama Cruise Terminal from 2004-2011, then took a five-year hiatus before returning to the area in November 2016. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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A pontoon boat passes between Pinto Island and the Alabama Cruise Terminal, November 27, 2015, in Mobile, Alabama. The Port of Mobile was ranked the 12th largest deepwater port by tonnage in the nation in 2010, dropping from its 2008 ranking of ninth. The port is located along the Mobile River, which empties into Mobile Bay. Its depth is 45 feet. Carnival Cruise Lines operated out of the Alabama Cruise Terminal from 2004-2011, then took a five-year hiatus before returning to the area in November 2016. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)