Sea Princess docks at Nuku’alofa’s Vuna wharf

The MS Sea Princess docked at Vuna Wharf today and was welcomed by hundreds including cultural groups and local tourist business operators.

The 857 feet (261.2136m) long and 188 feet (57.30240m) height cruise ship brought to the kingdom almost 2000 passengers with 910 crew.

She arrived from Sydney and has departed for Samoa this afternoon.

 

 

 

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