Sea Cloud II was in Port for Fuel and Food Provisioning on Thursday. | SMN News

POINTE BLANCHE:— The cruise vessel Sea Cloud II tall ship of Sea Cloud Cruises, was given permission by the Government of St. Maarten on humanitarian grounds after meeting national port entry requirements to make a port call on Thursday, March 26 for fuel bunkering and food provisioning. The vessel had no passengers on board.
The vessel’s crew were not allowed to disembark while the vessel was moored at the cruise pier. Sea Cloud II is at anchor outside Simpson Bay.
The windjammer vessel is 387 feet long and 3,849 gross tons. The maximum number of passengers that the

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