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Pago Pago Port, is protected by one of the most picturesque natural  deep water harbors in the world, offering one of the best natural shelters anywhere in the Pacific for large cruise ships.

In addition to excellent cruise ship and maritime facilities, the port offers two  berthing locations to commercial vessels, with the capacity to accommodate even the  largest luxury cruise liners, including the QE2, Queen Elizabeth II, soon to be retired.   

 A territory of the United States, American Samoa is  recognized as a safe and stable environment for business as well as  tourism.  Its close political and economic affiliation with the United States  offers political stability, a strong U.S. currency, excellent financial institutions, and the  security and recourse of the U.S. legal system. 

American Samoa’s prime location in the South Pacific, along with its natural beauty,  hospitable culture, excellent economic and environmental infrastructure, and strong  economic potential all contribute to making the territory one of the premier cruise  destinations in the region.

American Samoa is in the heart of Samoa, between Hawaii and New Zealand making it a popular stop for cruise ships.

 


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