The Port is operated by the Port Authority of Jamaica. The terminal consists of five primary berths two of which are dedicated exclusively for cruise shipping and two
of which are presently used for both cruise and cargo shipping The Government of Jamaica has increased expenditure on major infrastructure improvements to the port in recent years. Alongside, in the terminal building are in-bond, gift, souvenir and specialty shops. There is a telecommunications centre with telephone and fax service for cruise passengers (and crew) and a snack and refreshment stand. Transportation is available from the terminal building, supervised by the Jamaica Tourist Board, which also maintains a visitor information booth.
So much to do, so little time
Excursions include visits to historical great houses, or working plantation that were formerly grand estates. Others may wish to experience an guided river ride on a bamboo raft, or an exciting sailing cruise or take a snorkeling or scuba expedition. How about an exhilarating round of golf on one of our championship courses nearby, a game of tennis, laze around on the beach, or visit our unusual bird sanctuary up in the hills.
01-Mar-17 Carnival Dream
08-Mar-17 Carnival Dream
15-Mar-17 Carnival Breeze
22-Mar-17 Carnival Breeze
29-Mar-17 Carnival Dream
04-Apr-17 Carnival Freedom
05-Apr-17 Carnival Dream
12-Apr-17 Carnival Breeze
19-Apr-17 Carnival Breeze
25-Apr-17 Carnival Freedom
26-Apr-17 Carnival Dream
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