Tortola Pier Park Planning “Quick Recovery”

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Tortola Pier Park, the British Virgin Islands’ major cruise destination, is committing to a “quick recovery” in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Tortola Pier Park is slated for a partial reopening […]


Grenada Poised for Big Cruise Ship Increase

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By Alexander Britell ST GEORGE’S – The Eastern Caribbean island of Grenada is poised to see a big jump in cruise ship calls this coming season. Grenada is expecting to see an additional 28 cruise ship calls in the 2017-2018 […]


The Best Caribbean Cruise Ports For Shopping

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor The best Caribbean ports don’t just give you a sample of the culture of the larger destination, they also provide worthy “shopportunities” at every price point. So if you want a tangible reminder of […]


Grenada Looking to Draw Major Cruise Brands


By Dana Niland CJ Contributor While the town of St. George’s is among the most charming Caribbean ports, it hasn’t yet been able to attract major cruise attention. That could change soon, however, thanks to efforts by the Grenada Tourism […]

The 10 Best Caribbean Cruise Ports

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor A Caribbean cruise is never a bad idea but not all ports are created equal. These 10 ports of call, which offer a winning combination of passenger facilities and proximity to the island attractions […]

The Caribbean's Best Cruise Ports - 2013

The Caribbean is the most popular cruising destination in the world, and the cruise industry is one of the most significant drivers of Caribbean tourism . In the 2011/2012 cruise year, for example, cruise tourism led to more than 45,000 […]


US Virgin Islands Governor Aims for "Increased Growth At All Our Ports"

Above: St Croix (USVI Tourism) By the Caribbean Journal staff Returning from meetings with cruise line executives in Florida last week, US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh said he emerged encouraged. De Jongh, along with officials from the Department […]

Jamaican Customs to Address Port Delays

Jamaican Senator Seeks Digital Parliament By the Caribbean Journal staff Following a period of delays at Jamaican ports, the country’s customs department said it has identified areas of delay, and will implement strategies aimed at ensuring timely cargo clearance at […]


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