Royal Caribbean International’s Wonder of the Seas visits Nassau

Royal Caribbean International President & CEO Michael Bayley, left, greets Ann Marie Davis, spouse of the Prime Minister in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Investments and Aviation Chester Cooper, foreground, and Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Jonathan Pinder, on Bayley’s left. They are pictured aboard Wonder of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, which made its recent inaugural call on Nassau. (Photo by Cay Focus Photography for DP&A)

Royal Caribbean Music Makers Junkanooer flanked by two Royal Caribbean International ships, Freedom of the Seas and the world’s newest and largest ship, Wonder of the Seas. (Photo by Cay Focus Photography for DP&A)

Nassau Cruise Port, Ltd. extended a red-carpet welcome for Wonder of the Seas that recently played host to 100 international media representatives and about 4,000 guests. Day and evening entertainment included stilt walkers, dancers and a sunset cocktail party with live music and that lasted until minutes before the vessel left the port to complete its inaugural journey. (Courtesy of Nassau Cruise Port, Ltd.)