New rules intended to increase port order as cruise ship season begins in Seychelles
The Seychelles Ports Authority and partners have put in place stricter measures of control at the commercial port as Seychelles welcomes the cruise ship season once more.
The Ports Authority has in the past had problems controlling operators who provide services to tourists with the increase in activity in the port during the cruise ship season, which starts in mid-October and runs until early May each year.
For this season, a schedule has been introduced by which taxis, destination management companies (DMCs) and tour operators will be granted access to the port where they will be collecting their clients.
“Once the cruise ship arrives, we will let in the DMCs which have the larger groups of clients. This includes Creole Holidays, Masons Travel and 7˚ South….
Source: Seychelles News Agency