Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco — The government of Mexico reports that on humanitarian grounds, the port of Puerto Vallarta has accepted the Seven Seas Splendor cruise ship that is docked without tourist passengers.
The ship from Los Angeles, California with 125 crew members on board, will be docked in the port for 30 days. During this period, the main port services will be provided.
As on each humanitarian arrival, the participation and support of the respective authorities of International and National Health Services, Migration, Customs and Agro-Food Quality was held with the aim of verifying and safeguarding health of the crew.
In addition to offering essential services, the Puerto Vallarta Integral Port Administration will act as a liaison. In a statement, the Ministry of Communications and Transportation reported the ship arrived Wednesday from Los Angeles and will set said again June 6, bound for La Paz, Baja California Sur.