St Kitts & Nevis: Around 14 cruise calls to berth this week, check schedule

After the eased restrictions were announced in the country, the ministry of tourism and ministry of health had worked tirelessly to bring the traffic back to the country, because of which, more than 100 cruise ships have arrived at the ports of the country.

St Kitts & Nevis: Around 14 cruise calls to berth this week, check schedule

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: This week, the island nation expects around 14 cruise calls. The government of the twin-island country said it is an achievement as cruise tourism holds an important place in the economic growth of the country.

After the eased restrictions were announced in the country, the ministry of tourism and ministry of health had worked tirelessly to bring the traffic back to the country, because of which, more than 100 cruise ships have arrived at the ports of the country.

On Sunday, the ministry of tourism and Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris shared the weekly cruise schedule (from 13th to 19th February 2022) on the social media.

Sunday, 13th February 2022:

Celebrity Millennium reached Port Zante, followed by Enchantment of the Seas.

Tuesday, 15th February 2022:

One vessel reached the Port Zante – Enchanted Princess.

Wednesday, 16th February 2022:

Four cruises will reach the dock; of these, three will be stationed at Port Zante and one at the South Friar’s Bay. Carnival Magic, Celebrity Apex, Regal Princess, and Seabourn Odyssey will berth on Wednesday.

Thursday, 17th February 2022:

Three cruises will arrive at the two different ports – Port Zante and Basseterre Harbour. Three vessels, Aida Diva, Star Flyer, and Star Legend, will berth on 17th February.

Friday, 18th February 2022:

Only one vessel – Viking Sea, will reach Port Zante.

Saturday, 19th February 2022:

Three vessels will come to Port Zante. Explorer of the Seas, followed by MSC Seaview and Norwegian Epic, will berth on Saturday.

St Kitts and Nevis tourism authority announced the eased and new travel regulations, a month ago, to enter the island nation on a cruise ship.

According to the authority of the island country, only fully vaccinated passengers are allowed to arrive, the rules were implemented for children of age 12 and more. The rule was not for the children under the age of 12, accompanying their fully vaccinated parents, citizens & residents of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.