MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA – Royal Caribbean International, the second-largest cruise line in the world, announced on its board of directors this week, Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett in Miami, Florida, that it will resume work in Jamaica in May. . November this year.
Officials added that once many logistical problems are resolved, some of which are not Jamaican law, they will be able to increase Jamaican shipments by importing thousands of anti-aircraft drugs. Officials also reaffirmed their strong desire to employ thousands upon thousands of Jamaica’s postal services and are awaiting changes in government policy to allow this.
In response, Minister Bartlett expressed satisfaction that “Royal Caribbean cruise will resume deliveries to Jamaica after more than a year and a half of absence due to COVID-19. We have many problems to resolve quickly:” Increase Jamaican shipping and rediscover life and economic relationships. Many of the thousands of Jamaicans who depend on the expansion of many shipping companies have a positive impact. Our tour operators know this “.
The latest developments follow a series of meetings between Secretary Bartlett and his team and the president of Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest shipping company, Arnold Donald, and other executives in Miami, where they have established plans for 110 or more. The ship vaccinated more than 200,000 visitors to Jamaica in the coming months. This goal is based on the ongoing close relationship between the Jamaican authorities and Carnival with weapons.
Bartlett is joined by the president of the Jamaican Tourist Board, John Lynch; Chief Tourist, Donovan White; Senior at the Department of Tourism, Delano Seiveright and US Deputy Chief of Tourism, Donnie Dawson. Royal Caribbean International is a multinational corporation, with leading airlines and investors, in the largest real estate markets in Jamaica, the United States, and Canada. This is done to keep imports at their destination in the coming weeks and months, as well as save money on tourist destinations. The Royal Caribbean will be back with full force.
The marine industry is one of the strongest COVID-19 strains, having closed the industry for more than a year. However, with a strong health and safety system in the global travel industry, including full passenger services and vaccinations, the company is gradually resuming operations in many areas, including Jamaica.