Port Antonio

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line service

to Commodore Cruise Line service. Her port of departure was changed to Saint Petersburg, Florida to better cater to the needs of Commodore's main clientele, the retired people living on Florida's west coast. The ship's new seven-day itinerary was Saint Petersburg—Key West—Port Antonio—Cozumel—Saint Petersburg. The new route proved to be short-lived, as the ''Bohème'' was sold to San Donato Properties Corporation in September 1986 for $ (USD)10 million, to be converted for use


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. *The poet, Robert Burns, was engaged to become a "book keeper" at the Springbank property near Port Antonio. From Burn's Jamaica Connections - and similar entries. The modern Spring Bank Rd travels south & west up the ridge towards the plateau where the great house once stood. *The 1990


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left Los Angeles for London to visit boyfriend Gavin Rossdale, and the band traveled with her to finish recording "Detective". There, they worked with Eurythmics member David A. Stewart and wrote the song "Underneath It All" in only ten minutes. Scaggs, Austin. "No Doubt Nab Prince, Dre". ''Rolling Stone''. May 3

, 2001. Retrieved April 16, 2001. In March, No Doubt traveled to Jamaica, staying at the Blue Lagoon in Port Antonio. The band "spent most of the time swimming and getting sunburned and drinking and smoking and recording a little music", according to Dumont. VanHorn

, Teri and Waller, Curtis. "No Doubt: Recording New Album Runs Rings Around ''Saturn''". MTV News. June 18, 2001. Retrieved April 8, 2007. The group would often have Red Stripe beers or rum and cokes with jerk (Jamaican jerk spice) food for breakfast; on one occasion, Dumont passed out from heavy alcoholic beverage


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International Airport Boscobel Aerodrome *Port Antonio, Ken Jones Aerodrome '''The Ethiopians''' were a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group (singing), founded by Leonard Dillon (9 December 1942, Port Antonio, Jamaica &ndash; 28 September 2011), Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris. ReggaeTrain.com...your portal to Reggae music...(Biography The Ethiopians&#93;) <


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Ark studio. The album featured illustrious backing singers such as Gregory Isaacs, The Meditations, and Barry LLewellyn and Earl Morgan of The Heptones. The album has been described as "the most consistently brilliant album of Scratch's entire career".


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Ark studio. The album featured illustrious backing singers such as Gregory Isaacs, The Meditations, and Barry LLewellyn and Earl Morgan of The Heptones. The album has been described as "the most consistently brilliant album of Scratch's entire career&quot;.


agricultural products

at the adjacent Kaiser plant. Reynolds Pier in Ocho Rios is responsible for exporting sugar. Montego Freeport in Montego Bay also handles a variety of cargo like (though more limited than) the Port of Kingston, mainly agricultural products. Boundbrook Port in Port Antonio exports bananas. There are also three cruise ship piers along the island, in Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Port Antonio. First, on 8 December 1930, Archibald Dunkley, formerly a seaman, landed


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birth_place Port Antonio, Jamaica death_date DATE OF BIRTH 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Port Antonio, Jamaica DATE OF DEATH *Boscobel (Boscobel, Jamaica), Boscobel Aerodrome (Ian Fleming International Airport) *Port Antonio, Ken Jones Aerodrome '''The Ethiopians''' were a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group (singing), founded by Leonard Dillon (9 December 1942, Port Antonio, Jamaica &ndash; 28 September 2011), Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris. ReggaeTrain.com...your portal to Reggae music...(Biography The Ethiopians&#93;) '''Portland''', with its capital (Capital (political)) town Port Antonio, is a parish located on Jamaica's northeast (Ordinal direction) coast. It is situated to the north of St Thomas (Saint Thomas Parish, Jamaica), and the east of St Mary (Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica) in Surrey (Surrey, Jamaica) county. It is one of the rural areas of Jamaica and is known for its great beaches. Pursuant to her orders, ''Yale'' patrolled off Puerto Rico until 13 May at which time she cleared the area for St. Thomas (Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) in the Danish West Indies (Virgin Islands) to telegraph her report to Washington (Washington, D.C.). She returned briefly to Puerto Rico on 16 and 17 May, then headed for Cap-Haïtien, Haiti, in company with ''St. Paul''. She remained at Cap-Haïtien until 21 May, then headed for waters off Santiago de Cuba where the Spanish fleet had been discovered. ''Yale'' remained there while the United States fleet assembled off Santiago to blockade Cervera's ships in that port. On the 28th, she quit the area; stopped briefly at Port Antonio, Jamaica; and then set a course for Newport News, Virginia. The ship spent 20 days at Newport News, heading back to Cuba on 23 June. She arrived off Santiago on 27 June but remained there only two days. On the 29th, she got underway for Key West, Florida, stopping there overnight on 3 and 4 July before continuing on to Charleston. ''Yale'' returned to Santiago on 11 July and remained in Cuban waters until the 17th. After participating in the invasion of Puerto Rico at Guánica, Puerto Rico, she set a course for New York on 26 July. She spent most of the first two weeks of August in New York and returned to Cuba on the 15th. Remaining only briefly, she embarked troops for the return voyage to New York. ''Yankee'' then briefly resumed blockade duty off Santiago, but on the June 8 got underway for St. Nicholas Mole with dispatches. On 9 June, just before she arrived at her destination, the auxiliary cruiser stopped two merchantmen and inspected them. They turned out to be the Norwegian SS ''Norse'' and the British SS ''Ely'', so Yankee allowed them to proceed on their way. She completed her mission at Haiti and returned to Santiago early the following morning. At about noon on June 10, ''Yankee'' set a course for Port Antonio, Jamaica, to deliver dispatches and to search for the suspected blockade runner SS ''Purissima Concepcion''. After delivering the dispatches at Port Antonio on June 10. and visiting Montego Bay in search of ''Purissima Concepcion'', the warship returned to the Santiago area on June 12. However, that same day, she received orders to move again, this time to Cienfuegos, about halfway up the southern coast of Cuba from Santiago, to stand guard there against ''Purissima Concepcion


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in 1980. '''Port Antonio''' is in Jamaica. Tucked away on the eastern point of the island, Port Antonion is still relatively unknown by most tourists, but it has for years been the hideaway of royalty and stars alike. It is easy to see why. Its seclusion is what gives this town its charm. The beaches are beautiful, albeit a bit rocky. However the seclusion from


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a major contributor to the town’s economy. History Port Antonio was a sleepy coastal town until the 1880s, when Lorenzo Dow Baker started the banana trade in Jamaica and successfully promoted Port Antonio as a destination for wealthy American (United States) travelers. "Portie" became a boom town. The banana trade and the tourists who came in the banana boats (Banana boat (ship)), was once so large that at one time, weekly sailing from Port Antonio was greater than weekly sailing

Port Antonio

thumb Blue Lagoon (Image:Blue lagoon1.JPG) '''Port Antonio''' is the capital of the parish of Portland (Portland, Jamaica) on the northeastern coast of Jamaica, about 60 miles (100&nbsp;km) from Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica). It had a population of 12,285 in 1982 and 13,246 in 1991. It is the island's third largest port, famous as a shipping point for bananas and coconuts, as well as one of its most important tourist attractions, tourism being a major contributor to the town’s economy.

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