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Is SunCruz folding?

Florida Today,  Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 11:21:04 AM

The SunCruz casino ship based here hasn't sailed for the last two days and owes the Canaveral Port Authority more than $300,000, raising concerns among port officials about the future of gambling operations at Brevard's port.

The company's Surfside Princess didn't sail on Tuesday or Wednesday and it was unclear if it's disembarking today. A customer service representative said the ship was "having an audit" and that that was why it didn't sail Tuesday or Wednesday.

And officials at Port Canaveral said the Dania Beach-based Oceans Casino Cruises, SunCruz's parent company, owes the port authority more than $302,000, with more than $230,000 of that in arrears beyond 30 days. The funds are for wharfage and harbormaster fees. the source
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