Royal Caribbean celebrates partnership with Port Authority of Jamaica


Last week Royal Caribbean LTD (RCCL) hosted an event for the celebration of a partnership with the Port Authority of Jamaica, which took place on the Allure of the Seas, known as the sister ship to Oasis of the Seas.

Those in attendance included Transport and Works Minister Mike Henry, Port Authority of Jamaica executives, those from the business sector, diplomatic corps, and government officials. During the special luncheon, Minister Henry asked for the local residents in Falmouth, Jamaica to give visitors the “the greatest experience in Jamaica”.

Allure of the Seas captain, Hernam Zini and Minister Henry exchanged plaques at the ceremony. The mayor of Falmouth, and the custos of Trelawny also gave gifts to RCCL.

You can see a couple of photos taken last week during the celebrations, just visit this page on The Gleaner.

Allure is an amazing ship that can carry 8,000 passengers and crew, has 2,700 spacious staterooms, 28 ultra-modern loft suites, and the 16-deck cruise ship shows that the impossible is possible. Have you traveled on Allure yet?

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  • Pete

    Allure of the Seas looks amazing, we just come off P&O's Azura. Not impressed at all, sadly we cannot get the Allure from Southampton yet.