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Dec. 12, 2003 — West Indian Company Limited has issued the fall 2003-2004 cruise ship schedule, which includes 278 calls during October through December, as compared to 218 for the same three months a year ago.
St. John will see several visits in December, some of them overnight. The QE2 will make one visit during the time span: to St. Thomas, on New Year's Eve day.
Here's the schedule:
Ships are located at the West Indian Co. cruise ship dock unless noted by the following:
* anchored inside harbor
** anchored outside harbor
CBSS Crown Bay south side
CBHP Crown Bay home port
STJ St. John
Schedule is subject to change without prior notice.
Tuesday, December 23
Carnival Triumph
Navigator of the Seas
Olympic Voyager (unexpectedly routed to St. Thomas; no departure date as been finalized)
Seabourn Pride STJ
Seabourn Legend STJ
Wednesday, December 24
Mariner of the Seas
Golden Princess
Costa Mediterranea *
Seven Seas Mariner **
Seabourn Legend CBHP
Seabourn Pride CBSS
Thursday, December 25
Radiance of the Seas
Carnival Victory
Carnival Paradise CBSS
Friday, December 26
Dawn Princess
Saturday, December 27
Wind Spirit
Adventure of the Seas
Sunday, December 28
Serenade of the Seas
Sn Princess
SeaDream I CBHP
Pacific CBSS
Wind Spirit STJ
Monday, December 29
Carnival Destiny
Dawn Princess
Norwegian Sky
Tuesday, December 30
Carnival Glory
Wednesday, December 31
Disney Magic
Explorer of the Seas
Golden Princess
Costa Atlantica *
Queen Elizabeth II **
Olympia Voyager CBSS

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