Four Ships Visit St. Kitts

Wednesday, February 22, 2006
According to the Marine Division of the St. Christopher Air and Sea Ports Authority, four cruise ships with just over 3,700 passengers and 1,800 crew visited St. Kitts on Feb. 16. The Constellation arrived from Barbados with 2,035 passengers and 930 crew members, while the Maasdam with 1,226 passengers and 607 crew also arrived from Barbados. Both docked at Port Zante. The Silver Whisper made an unscheduled visit with 361 passengers and 291 crew members. It docked at the Deep Water Port. It arrived from Dominica and later left for Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda. It was originally scheduled to go to the neighboring Dutch island of St. Eustatius. Anchoring off Frigate Bat was the 122-passenger Star Clipper. (Source: sunstkitts.com)
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