This is the Grandeur of the Seas, which will begin a schedule of 20 departures every day starting Sunday April 24th.
"Eliany Caballero, Panamanian company Grand Tour which represents the cruise line, said they now have 3-years experience in the operation of the Home Port," Pa-Digital.com.pa published. "During the first season 16.000 Panamanian embarked and the second season 14.000 said Caballero."
As of December 6, 2015 a Pullmantur ship will use the port of Limón as a base during the four months of the cruise season.
The arrival of the cruise ship in Limon is part of an agreement signed between Viajes Colón and Pullmantur, which will provide a boat for up to 1828 passengers. The cruise ship will arrive at Limon every Sunday and offer two different routes through the Caribbean.
During the next season that starts in October 15, 180 cruise ships will anchor in the Colon 2000 terminal.
For the current nine-month season (October-10 June-11) two cruise ships will depart from this terminal: the Ocean Dream, by Spanish company Pullmantur, and the Grandeur of the Seas, by Royal Caribbean.
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