When “Punta Langosta” is reactivated, Cozumel will finally have all its docks cruise ships in operation in ready to receive cruise ship passengers.
COZUMEL – Alicia Ricalde Magaña, General Director of the Comprehensive Port Administration of Quintana Roo (APIQROO), reported the reactivation of the “Punta Langosta” cruise ship pier, which will resume operations on the August 20th, with the arrival of the Norwegian Gem.
After one year and three months since suspending the arrival of cruise ships in the Mexican Caribbean, due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, on June 16th, the SSA Mexico terminal was the first to resume operations with the arrival of the Adventure of the Seas. The second pier to reopen was “Puerta Maya”, on July 8 with the arrival of Carnival Vista.
The official indicated that when “Punta Langosta” is reactivated, Cozumel will finally have all its docks cruise ships in operation in ready to receive cruise ship passengers. The reactivation of the latter will be of great benefit to the businesses of the first square of the city, since the terminal is located at the Centro neighborhood.
Regarding the Norwegian Gem cruise itinerary, Alicia Ricalde Magaña reported that it will set sail from Miami, Florida, and will have stops in Roatán, Harvest Caye, Costa Maya, Cozumel before returning to its port of departure.
The director of APIQROO added that the reactivation of all docks on the island and especially the gradual increase in the arrival of cruise ships, is a clear indicator of the confidence that cruise lines as well as their guests have in Cozumel as a destination.
Source: El Punto Sobre la i