The Puerto Vallarta tourism board has given the all clear to the cruise port and resuming normal operations after Hurricane Patricia made her way on shore Friday. They are also reporting minimal damage and no injuries.
According to a statement issued from the city, “Puerto Vallarta has returned to normalcy with all hotels, the Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR) and cruise port open and operating at 100% capacity. Puerto Vallarta weather is back to its typical clear skies and sunshine.”
No changes to the cruise schedule have been made.
Popular ship tracking website CruiseCal.com shows the cruise port had no scheduled ships since Thursday and their next ship isn’t expected until Disney Wonder arrives Monday. Norwegian Jewel and Ruby Princess will arrive as planned on Wednesday.
Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line and Disney Cruise Line call to Puerto Vallarta regularly.
Hurricane Patricia was downgraded to a tropical storm early Saturday.
Photo: Puerto Vallarta Tourism
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