Seven ships in Port on New Year's Eve, Over 14,000 Cruise Passengers
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Seven ships in Port on New Year's Eve, Over 14,000 Cruise Passengers

Six cruise ships were moored at both cruise piers while the seventh vessel moored in Great Bay. (Soualiga Newsday Photo) Six cruise ships were moored at both cruise piers while the seventh vessel moored in Great Bay. (Soualiga Newsday Photo)

PORT ST. MAARTEN – Cruise destination St. Maarten ended the year 2014 by receiving over two million cruise passengers for that year.  This milestone was reached on New Year’s Eve which saw seven ships in port bringing over 14,000 cruise passengers on December 31st, 2014 to the island.

Four ships were moored alongside cruise pier one and another two vessels at cruise pier two and one anchored in Great Bay.

The vessels in port on that day were: Albatros (536 cruise passengers approximately), Celebrity Reflection (3,046), Oasis of the Seas (5,400), Prinsendam (790), Seven Seas Navigator (490), Thomson Celebration (1,254) and Ventura (3,100).

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