Jamaica Reopens Cruise Ports After Hurricane Beryl

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The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) announced the reopening of Jamaica’s cruise ports following Hurricane Beryl, which swept past the island on July 3.

The cruise ports in Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Falmouth are now open for visitors. 

“Jamaica is open for business and, once again, the resilience of the Jamaican people is on full display,” said Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett.

Minister Bartlett also indicated that based on information collected by the Tourism Emergency Operations Centre (TEOC), Jamaica’s tourism sector has not experienced any major fallout from the weather system.

“We are grateful that there has been no wide-scale impact on our general tourism infrastructure and our tourism industry is fully operational,” he continued. “Our message to our partners and visitors is Jamaica is ready for you, so come back to the destination you love.”

Donovan White, director of Tourism for the Jamaica Tourist Board, added: “We are ready, willing, and more than able to welcome our guests back to our beautiful island,” said Director White.

 

 

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