Dawn princess to arrive 11.45; no shuttle to Cable Beach

Written on the 22 March 2016 by Jael Napper

Dawn princess to arrive 11.45; no shuttle to Cable Beach
The first cruise ship to dock in Broome for the 2016 season will be the Dawn Princess tomorrow.
Its arrival has been brought forward with the first bus expected to drop off at the Roey 11.45am.
Due to a change in plans from the cruise ship agents, the Cable Beach drop off will not happen tomorrow however is still in consideration for the Pacific Eden on April 18.
The Broome Chamber has called a meeting with stakeholders for Wednesday 6 April to discuss the strategy for moving Broome forward as a cruise ship destination to 2020 and beyond.
Anyone interested in attending should contact the Executive Officer.

Author:Jael Napper

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