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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — American Samoa Visitors Bureau has revised the number of cruise ships visiting the territory this year, by adding another one for next month. The total number of cruise ships now scheduled to call into the Port of Pago Pago is 18. According to the revised schedule, as of...
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The third cruise ship for November, “Seven Seas Mariner” with just over 1,200 passengers and crew, calls into the Port of Pago Pago around 8a.m. today, arriving from Bora Bora, French Polynesia, for a one-day visit, departing around 6p.m. for Apia, Samoa. According to...
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Seventeen cruise ships are scheduled to call into the Port of Pago Pago in 2019 and this includes four making their maiden voyages to American Samoa, bringing in more than 50,000 passengers and crew members, according to a schedule released yesterday by the American...
Arts Council executive director Mary Lauagaia Taufete’e (second from right) and some of her friends
Arts Council executive director Mary Lauagaia Taufete’e (second from right) and some of her friends, were among several local residents who were able to tour and have lunch yesterday on board the  “Golden Princess” cruise ship, which docked at the Port of Pago Pago for a one day visit.  The “Golden...
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Several lawmakers appeared unimpressed with a plea from American Samoa Visitors Bureau deputy director, Vaitoa Hans Langkilde for additional funding, while salary and benefit package for the agency’s boss is just over $120,000, and the entity has ‘only’ six employees —...
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Two federal grants totaling $90,000 awarded to the Commerce Department will go towards implementing more tourism development needs in American Samoa and some of those needs have been raised in the past by lawmakers and private sector officials in the tourism industry....

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