The Government announced on Thursday that cruise ships will resume visits to Grand Cayman beginning on Monday, 1 November, 2004.
A maximum of two cruise ships will be permitted in port during the first two weeks of November. The first two weeks will be closely monitored and, upon a satisfactory assessment of the situation and facilities, additional ships will be added as deemed appropriate.
It is expected that the number of ships in port in the second half of November will reach a maximum of three or four ships.
The Hon. McKeeva Bush, Leader of Government Business and Minister for Tourism, said, “I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank everyone for all their efforts, including the many clean-up crews island wide, and I ask that each and every resident do their part in ensuring a warm and friendly Caymanian welcome to our cruise ship visitors on their return next week. I, for one, look forward to seeing those sparkling ships in our waters once again.”
The following schedule of forthcoming cruise ship visits was released by the Port Authority:
Mon, Nov 1 2004: Imagination
Tue, Nov 2 2004: Summit
Wed, Nov 3 2004: Carnival Triumph
Navigator of the Seas
Thu, Nov 4 2004: Carnival Conquest
Fri, Nov 5 2004: Radiance of the Seas
Sat, Nov 6 2004: Coral Princess
Sun, Nov 7 2004: Seven Seas Navigator
Mon, Nov 8 2004: Norwegian Sun
Splendour of the Seas
Tue, Nov 9 2004: Carnival Miracle
Wed, Nov 10 2004: Imagination
Thu, Nov 11 2004: Carnival Conquest
Mariner of the Seas
Fri, Nov 12 2004: Explorer of the Seas
Sat, Nov 13 2004: Volendam