According to Tourism Marketing Officer in the Ministry of Tourism Miss Tamica Lawrence, the move will be made to accommodate the vessel’s visit. She apologised to the public for any inconvenience the alteration may cause and spoke to the change.
“The Ministry of Tourism regrets to inform the general public that the entrance to Prince Williams Street, going towards the Bay Front will be closed to accommodate the cruise ship,” she said.
The Azamara Journey is scheduled to call on Nevis from 8am and is expected to depart at 5pm.
Meantime, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line representatives boast of the Azamara Journey as a traditional cruise experience in an intimate environment. With only 694 guests and one staff member for every two guests onboard, the vessel offers comfortable, sophisticated and upscale surroundings in addition to a personalized service afforded to all passengers.