Star Clipper Homeports At Nevis Street Pier
St. John’s, Antigua, April 12, 2023 – Star Clipper homeported at the Nevis Street Pier last Saturday. The call was the last turnaround for the season.
Most of the 127 passengers who arrived on the vessel ended their trip in Antigua with 117 visitors debarking during the morning.
Meanwhile, fifty- two people boarded the 170- passenger capacity ship in the afternoon.
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.”
Star Clipper left the island in the evening and made its way across the Atlantic. The vessel will be back in Antigua for the next season along with its sister ship, Royal Clipper. Both vessels will be homeporting.
P & O’s Arvia and Emerald Azzurra will also homeport later this year for what is easily becoming Antigua Cruise Port’s busiest season.
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Rather than patting yourselves on the back as good manager will do, issue reports that details the economic benefits and what sectors of the population benefits.
To Rawle Renolds Operations Manager for Pier Services and Operations Manager for Pier Services, Rawle Reynolds let us get beyond the bogus statements and issue incident or status reports, rather than statement that sounds like a rhetorical hoax.
@Vernon Southwell : I think that was very well said.
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