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Why It&#39s So Risky Docking a Ship in This Jamaican Port





Steering a ship the size of the MSC Divina into a tough port like Ocho Rios, in the western Caribbean, requires the harbor pilot on hand to guide. One issue: He is nowhere to be identified.

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38 comments

  1. Cruises are for dimwits

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  2. Jamaica is #1 , not Dunns River on a ship day.

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  3. Why doesn’t it have autopilot

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  4. It's ocho rios

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  5. I just went on msc seaside cruise just 3 days ago xx

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  6. Omg my ship went there

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  7. "Nowadays this?! Come on, I'm not going Hawaii to find out portoricans at Cuba in Montevideo Bay are next to Africa double standards, different timeline, Montego Bay and quick sand everywhere… Where's Kamara these days?!" πŸ—¨πŸ˜˜πŸ—πŸ—ΊπŸžπŸ“ΉπŸˆ

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  8. with all our technology we don't have a computer that can park that thing?

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  9. Typical JAMAICANS Were are always lateπŸ˜…πŸ‘Œ

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  10. Ss

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  11. No Tug boats?

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  12. Jesus, 20 minutes after he calls the pilot arrives. Late my a$$. Sounds like a made up story for reality style tv. Plus with all the tech on that ship that turn is a piece of cake.

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  13. "Trying to contact the local pilot"…..he's smoking a few with the boys on the road to Dunn's River.

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  14. simple, use long rope which balance the ship entanglement with port

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  15. And all the cruisers are anxiously waiting to get into port so they can be pawed, manhandled and harassed by the local population. That is one port of call I have no desire to go back to.

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  16. Jamaica????
    No , she wanted to….

    Hahahahahahahahahahahaahahaah

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  17. that's 3 minutes I'll never get back, thanks Youtube's algorithm πŸ™

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  18. Stop calling it the cargo pier, its called the James Bond pier

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  19. Jamaica is so dangerous that I'll never go back there. Unless you're going to private islands with high security, all of the Caribbean is extremely hazardous.

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  20. im going on allure os the seas in 2019

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  21. No carnage….BORING!

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  22. The pilot is stoned!

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  23. how did the pilot get on board?

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  24. Y’all obviously never know about Jamaican time ….you hav expect Jamaicans to work according to Jamaican time when coming to Jamaica

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  25. Hey sorry about being fucking late for your show

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  26. I’ve been to the resort next to this place and I got drifted to the cruise port on a kayak

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  27. 2:21 so that small thing pushes a CRUISE so fast

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  28. I LOVE ONBOARD LIFE

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  29. Jamaicans were smoking weed
    You know all black people are late for everything

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  30. Captain scala the best

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  31. Sailed on the Divina on 3/2/2019 Beautiful ship but it is breaking water pipes above the hallways outside of the staterooms on deck 12 forward and decks 13&14 too. Divina is going into dry dock in 2020 to fix this problem. Ship staff thought cruisers should wait in long lines and Carnival has much better lines and food!! The port shopping guide is to get you the best price total lie. Bought a Diamond at Diamonds International and could have purchased the exact same stone retail locally for HALF PRICE they want to give me store credit for the difference between what I paid and appraised price. Honest?? Do not make me laugh.

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  32. Im jamaican n we still the best

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  33. there has to be thousands of wrecks under the sea around jamaica, haiti and cuba

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  34. I thank you for this wonderful publication on cruises …. I love

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  35. A my country DAT
    Jamaica mi live

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  36. Ayy Captain Scala, I follow him on insta

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  37. Who else just played it back to see James? πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ

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  38. Poor countries

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