Port Authority yet to comment on damage to cruise ship in Trelawny

No official word has come from the authorities on Thursday's mishap at the Falmouth pier in Trelawny where the third largest passenger ship in the world, Royal Caribbean International's Harmony of the Seas, was damaged while docking.
A spokesperson for the Port Authority of Jamaica told Radio Jamaica News that consultations are taking place with stakeholders before a statement is issued to the media.
The ship hit a small concrete mooring, causing dents, paint scrapes, and other damage.
Royal Caribbean says no passenger or crew member was injured.
Inspections showed the overall damage to be minor and the ship was repaired.
The ship left Falmouth on Thursday afternoon.

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