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Hopefield Preparatory tours the ‘Carnival Horizon’

Published:Tuesday | March 26, 2019 | 12:06 AM
From left: Robert Terrelonge, a chaperone on the Hopefield Preparatory School’s tour of the Carnival Horizon in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, shares a handshake with Evroy Johnson, financial controller at Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited while Harriat Maragh, chairman and CEO of Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited looks.
Students of the Hopefield Preparatory school, their chaperones and the Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited team getting ready to board the Carnival Horizon for their tour in Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Students of the Hopefield Preparatory School smile warmly with their gifts received from their tour of the Carnival Horizon in Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Students of the Hopefield Preparatory School, their chaperones and members of the Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited team pause to take a photo on their tour of the Carnival Horizon in Ocho Rios, St. Ann. Members of the Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited team are: (Second from left) Hugh Clarke, terminal manager Ocho Rios; (Fourth from left) Evroy F. Johnson, group financial controller; (fifth from left) Harriat Maragh, chairman and chief executive officer; and (third from right) Racquel Maragh, director.
From left: Racquel Maragh and Charmaine Maragh, directors at Lannaman & Morris Shipping Limited.
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Shipping Association of Jamaica member company, Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited, facilitated a tour of the Carnival Horizon for some happy youngsters recently. Students of the Hopefield Preparatory School, chaperoned by their parents and teachers, joined the vessel in Ocho Rios, St Ann, at the recently renovated Reynolds Pier.

The 16 students explored the ‘Kids’ Club’ on the Carnival Horizon and were treated to a dance party, cookies, ice cream, video games, and many more fun activities. They received Carnival Horizon teddy bears and string bags at the end of their tour and were treated to pizza and other refreshments by the Lannaman & Morris (Shipping) Limited team.

Carnival Horizon is a 3,936-passenger cruise ship built for the Carnival Cruise Line, a division of Carnival Corporation & plc. She is the second of Carnival’s Vista-class ships and offers fun innovations like the bike-ride-in-the-sky aerial attraction – SkyRide; an IMAX theatre; the Havana section with tropics-inspired staterooms and its own pool; and Family Harbour, featuring extra-roomy accommodations and the Family Harbour Lounge.

Here are pictorial highlights of the tour.