Voyager Of The Seas Makes Inaugural Call To Jamaica’s Historic Falmouth Cruise Port

FALMOUTH, Jamaica – Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas makes the inaugural call to Jamaica’s Historic Falmouth Cruise Port last Thursday, February 17.

Cruise-goers were welcomed by government officials, Jamaican entertainers, as well as talented artists and crafters as they disembarked the ship. After a day of festivities and adventures for cruise-goers, the ship departs Historic Falmouth’s port.

The Port is a US$220 million project under development by Royal Caribbean Limited (RCCL) in partnership with the Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) for the berthing of the cruise line’s Genesis class ship, the newest and largest class of cruise ships.

Passengers of Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas were the first to arrive to Historic Falmouth Cruise Port Thursday, February 17. Guests to the port have access to more than 60 attractions in and around the Falmouth area, including the historic Good Hope Great House (pictured).

The grand opening ceremony of the Historic Falmouth Cruise Port will take place on March 22, 2011 when Oasis of the Seas makes her maiden call into the port. Other Royal Caribbean ships that will be calling at Falmouth include Freedom of the Seas on Feb. 23; Navigator of the Seas on Feb. 24; and Allure of the Seas debuting in Falmouth on March 30.

Voyager Of The Seas departs Falmouth, Jamaica

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