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Cruise Ship Schedule for Sept. Includes Cancellations Due to TS Fiona

Multiple cruise ships dock at WICO and stay until late evening before departing the island of St. Thomas. Cruise line companies set security requirements for ports their ships visit, including a fire-fighting boat. (Source photo)
Multiple cruise ships dock at WICO and stay until late evening before departing the island of St. Thomas. (Source photo)

The following cruise ships with scheduled calls at the West Indian Company Dock this week have been canceled due to weather conditions:

MSC Seashore – Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Disney Fantasy – Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Norwegian Sky – Wednesday, September 21, 2022

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These are the cruise ships calling on St. Thomas at the West Indian Co. (WICO) Dock in Havensight, unless otherwise indicated by the tag AMNS (Austin Monsanto North Side) AMSS (Austin Monsanto South Side) AMHP (Austin Monsanto Home Port) or STJ (anchored at St. John: ships calling on the island remain at anchorage and passengers are tendered into Cruz Bay). The schedule is subject to change.

This is the cruise ship schedule for St. Thomas for June 2022.

Tuesday, September 6

-Seashore

Wednesday, September 7

-Disney Fantasy

-Norwegian Sky

-Symphony of the Seas (AMSS)

Wednesday, September 14

– Symphony of the Seas (AMSS)

Thursday, September 15

-Harmony of the Seas (AMSS)

Tuesday, September 20

-Seashore CANCELED

Wednesday, September 21

-Disney Fantasy CANCELED

-Norwegian Sky CANCELED

-Harmony of the Seas (AMSS)

Wednesday, September 28

-Symphony of the Seas (AMSS)

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