St Kitts and Nevis Readying for Cruise Relaunch Caribbean Journal

Penni Schewe

St Kitts and Nevis is readying for the relaunch of its cruise market future week. 

The twin-island federation will welcome back again its initially cruise ship considering that the onset of the pandemic on July 29, when Movie star Summit arrives at Port Zante. 

That will be followed by Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas on Aug. 12 Superstar Summit on Aug. 24 Celeb Equinox on Aug. 25 and a pair of ships on Aug. 25 — with Celebrity Summit and Royal’s Attract of the Seas. 

All crew and passengers over the age of 18 need to be vaccinated to enter the port. 

The location is giving “bubble vaccinated excursions and attractions,” officers stated all staff interacting with cruise vessel operations, from port employees to taxi and tour operators, have to also be vaccinated. 

“We are delighted to welcome the Seabourn Odyssey to St. Kitts and Nevis for the hugely-anticipated restart of our cruise tourism sector,” claimed St Kitts and Nevis Tourism Minister Lindsay F.P. Grant. “St. Kitts is a place that continues to be in superior need amongst travelers and I want to thank our cruise line partners and our stakeholders right here on island for working so diligently with us to ensure that all the needed requirements ended up achieved to allow for for the effective return of cruises to the Federation. This is in truth a propitious occasion as we get started rebuilding toward our preeminent cruise port posture in the region.”

— CJ

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