St Kitts and Nevis: Sea Cloud II is rescheduled to call St Kitts and Nevis on Saturday, 10th February 2024. It is to be noted that the cruise was initially scheduled to dock on the nation on 8th February, but cruise vessels had to cancel their calls to St Kitts due to inclement weather conditions.
Notably, along with Sea Cloud II, Marella Voyager and Wind Surf were also scheduled to dock at its destination but due to weather conditions, Marella Voyager had to cancel its call. Wind Surf has been scheduled to call on Friday.
It is also not safe for the cruise ship to dock at its destination because of the adverse weather conditions on the island. It has also been mentioned by the National Emergency Management Agency of St Kitts and Nevis that a frontal trough has caused unsettled conditions over the Leeward.
These conditions continued until 8 February. As this feature moves eastwards, a reduction in moisture will result in a gradual improvement in conditions over these islands by 9 February 2024.
Sea Cloud II cruise to offer various facilities to passengers on Feb 10
Sea Cloud is an elegant and attractive cruise ship that provides a unique and vibrant atmosphere to its visitors, seamlessly blending the romance of the sea with an array of luxuries and comforts.
It offers its visitors several amenities such as a spa, a fitness room containing various equipment’s such as treadmill, stationary bikes, rowing machines, elliptical machines, weights and mats. It also has a large indoor dining room, as well as a covered outdoor dining area that serves delicious buffet-style meals to the passengers.
It also offers various facilities, including well-appointed cabins, each offering its own comforts, including a television, minibar and temperature controls.
Weather Day Forecast for three days of St Kitts and Nevis
As per the National Emergency Management Agency of St Kitts and Nevis, the nation is likely to experience a decrease in clouds with a 60% chance of early morning showers. The wind is anticipated to exceed up to 10 mph, with sea waves ranging from 3-4ft on Friday, 9th February, 2024.
On Saturday, the island is likely to experience partly cloudy weather with a 40% chance of showers. The winds are forecasted to exceed up to 14 mph, with sea waves ranging from 4-6 ft.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, the nation is likely to witness partly cloudy skies with a 40% chance of showers. The winds are anticipated to exceed 15 mph, with sea waves ranging from 4-6 ft.