‘Seven Seas Navigator’ Moves To St George’s

April 16, 2013

After arriving in Hamilton over the weekend, the ‘Seven Seas Navigator’ cruise ship has moved to the end end, and is now docked at Penno’s Wharf in St George’s.

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According to the 2013 Cruise Ship Schedule [PDF] this is the second to last cruise ship visit for St George’s for the year.

The east end is scheduled to have four visits – the ‘Wind Star’ arrived on April 7th, the ‘Regatta’ which arrived last week, the ‘Seven Seas Navigator’ today and the ‘Regatta’ again in November 2013.

The 565-ft long ‘Seven Seas Navigator’ is carrying an estimated 445 passengers and 345 crew. The ship traveled from Nassau, Bahamas and is on its way to Charleston.

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  1. Nuffin but da Truth says:

    and all of St.George’s shops were CLOSED when the ship came in,tourists were heard moaning ‘Nothing Open!’

    St.George’s Shop keepers lost out…AGAIN!

    WAKE UP!

  2. stgeogirl says:

    ??? The shops were open.

    • Nuffin but da Truth says:

      the shops were NOT opened till 10.30 …11am.
      I was there and saw Closed shops!

  3. Just thinking..... says:

    Wow — only 4 scheduled for the year?! St. George’s economy will be hurting, won’t it?

  4. Xman says:

    I’m sure that the MP Kenny Bascomb,the Mayor of the Town,and the Tourism Minister is going to work out somthing for St.Georges.– all 3 of these high energy people are go getters.
    Widen the Town Cut Channel— it has to be done.