Castries, Saint Lucia: Ernest Hilaire, the Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, recently provided an update on the arrival of cruise ships like MSC Seaside, Marella Explorer, and Wind Surf to Saint Lucia’s ports.
According to the most recent updates, Ernest Hilaire, the Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, provided the information via his official social media account, confirming the entry of cruise ships into the Caribbean nation.
Deputy PM Hilaire wrote in his Facebook caption, “The guests onboard MSC Seaside, Marella Explorer, and Wind Surf were welcomed by the sounds of some of our local musicians on the steps of the Castries Market,” to express his happiness and pride at the nation’s warm welcome of the ocean greyhounds and the guests onboard.
Also, according to accounts, the residents of Saint Lucia greeted the visitors from the three ocean liners, MSC Seaside, Marella Explorer, and Wind Surfer, with open arms and warmth.
The Caribbean island’s prime minister also revealed that local singers and artists welcomed passengers onboard ships to Castries’ markets by performing their art.
Additionally, Ernest Hilaire, the minister of tourism, investment, creative industries, culture, and information, expanded on his words and referred to tourists’ and guests’ visits to the floating palaces’ marketplaces as a memorable experience.
He continued they also enjoyed browsing the market, where our sellers were selling goods branded with Saint Lucia.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Prime Minister underlined the importance of advancing Saint Lucia’s tourism business by raising the standard of service across various platforms so that the country can provide more chances and amenities to travellers from across the world.
“We must continue to develop our local product offerings to visitors while ensuring that Saint Lucians benefit from more of the “tourism pie,” he continued in his remarks. Fewer leaks, more connections
According to the reports, MSC Cruises’ cruise ship, MSC Seaside, currently docked at Saint Lucia with two other cruises, recently landed at the port of Dominica.