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Cruise visitors disembark the MS Monarch, which docked at the Port of Kingston this morning (December 6) with 2,700 passengers on board. The MS Monarch, operated by Royal Caribbean’s Pullmantur Brand, is the largest cruise ship to call at the port. The passengers will be visiting locations in and around Kingston including Port Royal, Devon House and Bob Marley Museum, Emancipation Park, the craft market, and the National Gallery of Jamaica. Visits have also been planned for Spanish Town, St. Catherine and Dunn’s River Falls in St. Ann before the ship departs later in the day.
Cruise visitors take pictures after disembarking the MS Monarch, which docked at the Port of Kingston this morning (December 6) with 2,700 passengers on board. The MS Monarch, operated by Royal Caribbean’s Pullmantur Brand, is the largest cruise ship to call at the port. The passengers will be visiting locations in and around Kingston including Port Royal, Devon House and Bob Marley Museum, Emancipation Park, the craft market, and the National Gallery of Jamaica. Visits have also been planned for Spanish Town, St. Catherine and Dunn’s River Falls in St. Ann before the ship departs later in the day.
Cruise visitors take pictures after disembarking the MS Monarch, which docked at the Port of Kingston this morning (December 6) with 2,700 passengers on board. The MS Monarch, operated by Royal Caribbean’s Pullmantur Brand, is the largest cruise ship to call at the port. The passengers will be visiting locations in and around Kingston including Port Royal, Devon House and Bob Marley Museum, Emancipation Park, the craft market, and the National Gallery of Jamaica. Visits have also been planned for Spanish Town, St. Catherine and Dunn’s River Falls in St. Ann before the ship departs later in the day.