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There are 780km of roads, 50% paved. Round-island network was completed in the late 1980s, despite the technical difficulties presented by Dominica’s mountainous terrain and friable volcanic rock. Banana boats and tourist cruise ships call at Roseau, at the deep-water harbour in Woodbridge Bay, and in Prince Rupert’s Bay, Portsmouth. The airports at Melville Hall, 64km north-east of Roseau, and Canefield, 5km north of Roseau, can accommodate only turbo-prop passenger aircraft. Tourists flying into Dominica must therefore generally come via the nearby island of Antigua.
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