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VIPA Announces Changes to Crown Bay Cruise Ship Schedule

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Odyssey of the Seas has canceled its inaugural call today, December 29, 2021, to St. Thomas, announced Virgin Islands Port Authority Executive Director Carlton Dowe. The ship was scheduled to berth at the Austin “Babe” Monsanto Marine Terminal in Crown Bay at 11 a.m. and a Plaque and Keys Ceremony was scheduled for 2 p.m. The visit and ceremony have been postponed until the ship’s next call to St. Thomas, which will be announced.

The cruise ship schedule for the Monsanto Marine Terminal has also been updated, said Dowe. Norwegian Cruise Line’s Seven Seas Splendor will berth in Crown Bay on Thursday, December 30, 2021. The West Indian Company (WICO) Dock has three ships scheduled on Thursday; therefore, the Splendor which normally berths at WICO will berth instead in Crown Bay. The new schedule also includes an additional call from the Celebrity Millennium on Thursday, December 30, 2021. All cruise ship schedules for the territory are posted on VIPA’s website:


About the Virgin Islands Port Authority

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) is an autonomous, self-sustaining government agency established in 1969 as the owner and manager of the United States Virgin Island’s airports and seaports. VIPA operates 14 seaports, two airports, and surrounding properties. It is a critical arm of the USVI’s economy that facilitates travel and commerce and fosters tourism and economic growth via its port activities. VIPA’s mandate is to develop and maintain the ports of the USVI to accommodate the current and future demands of our users and to provide safe port facilities. Learn more about VIPA at, and follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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