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Cruise ships sail in

18 August 2011

​​The Port of Jersey will be welcoming 2 world-class cruise ships to its waters over the coming days.

Regent Cruises’ vessel Seven Seas Voyager will be making her first visit to Jersey this morning (Thursday 18 August) as part of her ‘Celtic Charms’ cruise around the British Isles. There will be around 700 guests onboard. She will moor off the Island's south east coast and passengers are expected to disembark alongside the Albert Quay.

Representatives from Jersey Tourism’s Visitor Services Centre will be greeting arriving passengers and helping with onshore enquiries. A number of coaches will be waiting to take many passengers on pre-booked excursions across the Island. The boat is due to set sail from Jersey on Thursday afternoon (18 August).

'The World'

The following week (Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 August) the Port of Jersey will welcome a return 2-day visit of The World cruise ship. The ship, which will have around 170 residents and guests on board will be calling into Jersey from Honfleur, France. Passengers will have the option to disembark during the 2-day stopover. The ship is due to arrive in the Island late morning on Tuesday (23 August) and leave on Wednesday evening (24 August).

Commercial Director for Port of Jersey, Myra Shacklady, said: "We are pleased to welcome these 2 prestigious cruise ships to our waters over the coming days and delighted that passengers will have the opportunity to take advantage of Jersey’s fine hospitality, attractions, shops and restaurants."

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