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December 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Argosy Christmas Ship Festival is merry way to see city lights from the water

“What’s special to me about the festival is that it’s a lot of families’ holiday tradition,” said cruise director Diane Driscoll, who’s been working the Christmas Ships for 10 years. “They’ll take the same cruise at the same time, bring their loved ones. It’s seeing that beauty of the magic that’s special.”

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