Cruise arrivals to the island of St Vincent and the Grenadines were bolstered today Sunday 31st December, with the docking of Mein Schiff a Century-class cruise ship owned and operated by TUI Cruises and for the first time Norwegian Dawn.
The Norwegian Dawn has been New York’s favourite ship since she began sailing from the Big Apple in 2003.
The ship entered the service in 2002 and is in operation with Norwegian Cruise Line, it has the capacity of 2,340 passengers and a crew of 1032.
Together both ships brought some 6000 visitors to the shores of St Vincent and the Grenadines which is expected to see 300,000 cruise arrivals this season.
Also making calls to the state today was the LE Ponant in Union Island, Adonia in Mayreau and the Sea Cloud 2 in the Tobago Keys.