Disembarking Passengers must declare passports in person with completed Immigration Forms and confirmed flight details at vessel clearance.
Disembarking Crew do not have to present their passport in-person, the Crew Purser should bring their passport with fully completed Immigration Form (filled/ signed by the crew) and confirmed flight with details to present to the Immigration officer during vessel clearance.
Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) recently held a ceremony to commission its newly extended Berth #5, the Shallow Draught Marina and the acquisition of a spanking new Liebehrr Panamax Container Crane and other cargo-handling equipment.
Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) today announced that a section of the Lewis/Wickham Boardwalk in Bridgetown will be closed for refurbishment from Monday, June 27, 2016, for a period of six to eight weeks, to allow contractors, PNC Construction and Equipment Rentals Inc., to do refurbishment work on a section of the boardwalk, between the lift bridge and the lights by Cheffette Restaurants.
The Carnival Elation from Carnival Cruise Lines made her inaugural call to the Bridgetown Port on Sunday, April 24.
The ship was previously based in New Orleans offering four and five-day cruises to Mexico but changed its itinerary earlier this year to home port from San Juan. On this trip the new eleven-day ‘Journeys Cruise’ which started in San Juan takes in Barbados, Grenada, Scarborough, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and St. Thomas-USV before finishing in Jacksonville Florida.
Bridgetown- - Employees of Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) were awarded certificates and decal helmets during a presentation ceremony held at Solidarity House on Tuesday.
The 54 employees (20 dockers, 20 equipment operators, nine supervisors and five senior officers), who participated in a five-week training programme aimed at improving the operational skills of the workforce, received certificates in Stevedoring Foundation Skills Level I, Operations Level II and Assessment Level IV.
Kingston –- The Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) yesterday presented the Monica Silvera Scholarship to eight Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) students at the Pegasus Jamaica Hotel. The scholarship, named in honour of the CSA’s first female Executive Vice President, is to fund their studies at the CMI.
The Monica Silvera Scholarship was established in 2005 in recognition of her contribution to the development of the CSA, and its desire to provide outlets for youth to access real opportunities for specialised training in sector-related subject areas.