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Woman Missing After Disembarking Cruise Ship In Jamaica

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Local news in Jamaica is reporting that a female passenger has gone missing after disembarking a cruise ship in Jamaica.

38-year-old Latrice Graham from Florida disembarked the cruise ship at around 10:10 am while it was making a port of call at Falmouth on Wednesday November 11. The site doesn’t mention which cruise ship the passenger was from, Freedom of the Seas which is operated by Royal Caribbean was calling at the port on that day. Local Police are currently searching for the woman. There has been no contact with her since she stepped foot off the ship in Falmouth.

Freedom of the Seas is sailing 7-night Western Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, Florida. During the Western Caribbean itinerary the ship calls at Labadee, Haiti; Falmouth, Jamaica; George Town, Grand Cayman and Cozumel, Mexico. The vessel is scheduled to arrive back at its home port on November 15. Freedom of the Seas is 160,000 gross tons and can carry 3,630 passengers at double occupancy.

Falmouth is located on the north coast of Jamaica just 18 miles east of Montego Bay. The port opened in 2011 which was heavily invested by Royal Caribbean. Falmouth can berth two large cruise ships at the same time making it a popular choice for the Oasis class.

Cruise hive has contacted Royal Caribbean for further details and will update this post if we get a response.

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