Pitcairn Islands comprise an island group of four isles (one of which inhabited) located in the southern Pacific Ocean. Pitcairn is a British Overseas Territory with a total area of 47 km2 (18,1 ml2) and population of around 60 (all living on Pitcairn Island). The three (uninhabited) islands are named Henderson, Ducie, Sandy and Oeno.
- Adamstown has the isles' entire population, ranking it the world's 2nd smallest capital - after King Edward Point (aka KEP, Sandwich Islands) having around 20 people. Adamstown's residents have TV, satellite internet, and phone access.
- Pitcairn Islands were first colonized by Polynesians in the 11th century. They established there a culture that flourished for around 4 centuries, then gradually declined and vanished.
- Pitcairn Island was re-settled in 1790 by British mutineers (who arrived here on the ship HMS Bounty) and also by Tahitians.
Highlights: Bounty mutineers island, Henderson, Ducie, Oeno
Pitcairn Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Pitcairn Island dock (anchor) at Adamstown - port town (and the country's only settlement) located on the northeastern coast.
Port Pitcairn Island cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Pitcairn Island, Adamstown. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|Day||Ship||Arrival||Departure||Next Port of Call|
|5 April, 2018|
|National Geographic Orion||At Sea|
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