SCASPA welcomed the Norwegian Cruise line’s largest ship, the Norwegian Breakaway on January 13 at Port Zante. The ship making its inaugural call to St. Kitts had 4,028 passengers.

During a plaque exchange ceremony, SCASPA’s PRO, Dentrecia Blanchette, presented Captain of the Cruise ship, Evan Hoyt, with a plaque of St. Kitts and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and International Transport, Mrs. Patricia Martin, presented a plaque on behalf of the Ministry.

 Norwegian Breakaway is one of 15 new cruise scheduled to visit St. Kitts during the 2013/2014 cruise ship season.

 New ships which already visit are the 2,500-passenger Ida Bella, the 3,700-passenger Carnival Conquest, the 1,875-passenger Horizon, the 2,680-passenger, Costa Mediterranea 2,076-passenger Legend of the Seas and the 3,013-passenger MSC Musica.

 Still to visit are the 2,500 passenger Aida Luna, the 2,974-passenger Carnival Freedom, the 3,325-passenger Disney Magic and the 4,100-passenger Norwegian Epic, the 450-passenger Azamara Quest; the 3,006-passenger Carnival Splendor; the 624-passenger Nippon Maru and the 706-passenger Saga Sapphire.

Written by SCASPA Admin