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Published on Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Cruise lines return to Dominica

Cruise ships have resumed calls to the Caribbean island of Dominica after its election went ahead without any major incidents.

The Marella Celebration was the first to dock at the Roseau Cruise Port this week after cruise lines were told to skip calls for several days.

The lead up to the election had seen unrest in Marigot and Salisbury, which impacted travel to and from the airport due to road blocks.

The airport remained open although Seaborne Airlines cancelled two flights last weekend.

It has now resumed its normal Dominica schedule as of earlier this week.

"Dominica reaffirms that it is open to conduct business and we welcome all our visitors to enjoy all that the nature island has to offer," said the Discover Dominica Authority.


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