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Mobay to Experience Cruise Port Expansion

Tourism Roundup | July 5, 2019
Several of Jamaica’s ports are being expanded, to accept the largest vessels the industry has to offer. This means more cruise passengers for the major resort towns and increased business in the wider communities. Our first stop is Montego Bay and we’ll tell you all about the planned developments on this week’s tourism round up.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
Producer: Andrae Palmer
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