Two small cruise ships heading to Cayman Brac

| 12/02/2014

Cayman Islands(CNS Business): A sailing cruise ship is scheduled to call on Cayman Brac this Friday, and if sea conditions enable it to disembark passengers, it will be the first cruise ship for six years to make a call on the Sister Island. The last ship scheduled, the 300-passenger MS Delphin, passed by in March 2013 without stopping due to choppy waters on the north coast of Cayman Brac. Officials said the captain of the ship decided the anchorage site was not safe for getting the passengers off and on the ship. The last ship to actually visit the island was on Easter Monday in 2008. However, not only is the MS Star Flyer scheduled to make regular visits this season but the 114-passenger luxury MV Island Sky is scheduled to call on the Brac 18 March. Read more on CNS Business

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