Star Clipper homeports in St Johns

Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

Antigua and Barbuda ended its homeporting for this season with the Star Clipper.

The clipper home ported at the Nevis Piere on Saturday and according to cruise officials, “most of the 127 passengers who arrived on the vessel ended their trip in Antigua with 117 visitors debarking during the morning”

A total of fifty- two people boarded the 170-passenger capacity ship and Operations Manager for Pier Services, Rawle Reynolds said, “We had an efficient operation with Star Clipper today and we thank them for a great season and look forward to working with them again in the near future.”

General Manager Dona Regis- Prosper said, “we want homeporting to be a regular occurrence at Antigua Cruise Port regardless of the magnitude. Turnarounds help to solidify our space as leaders in cruise tourism in the Caribbean.”

The vessel, like the Arvia of P&0 Cruises, is expected to return to the island for the next season along with its sister ship, Royal Clipper.

Emerald Azzurra will also homeport later this year cruise officials confirmed.

1 Comment

  1. Ras Jus

    “debarking”? Never heard of that word.
    Did they mean to write “disembarking”?

    Press reporters, please read over before publishing. Our school teachers always advised us to do that


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