As might be expected one of the Caribbean's leading cruise destinations, Jamaica iffers a complete range of suppoert services in its principal cruise ports.
Various shipping agents offer husbandry services for cruise vessels and several cruise lines have their own representatives among local agents.
The three main cruise ports are all located on the north coast. Montego Bay and Ocho Rios are equipped to handle even the largest cruise ships as well as offering a full range of passenger facilities and services.
Port Antonio offers an idyllic port of call for "boutique" cruise ships and mega yachts. Montegor Bay is managed by the stevedoring company Port Handlers Ltd on behalf of the Port Authority .It has three berths for cruise ships including two dedicated berths. The cruise terminal has gift shops, snack bars, a telecom centre and other facilities for passengers.
The Port Authority plans to expand both marine and shoreside facilities at Montego Bay to handle the next generation of mega cruise ships.
Ocho Rios has three cruise ships berths.Lannaman & Morris (shipping) Ltd operarres the dedicated Cruise Ship Pier, which has two berths.
Port Antonio has two berths and other facilities for smaller vessels.