RCI-Royal Caribbean's ship Harmony of the Seas collided with a dock in Jamaica.
The vessel departed from Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) on Sunday, May 22, for a voyage in the Bahamas, prior to setting sail for Jamaica.
During Harmony OTS' arrival in Falmouth Jamaica, Thursday morning (~7 am local time, May 26), the ship made contact with the dock.
No injuries amongst passengers or crew members have been reported, and the cruise ship received only minor damage to her stern.
Harmony OTS is said to have collided with a small concrete mooring pylon. The collision caused minor dents/paint scrapes to the vessel.
Since the accident, Harmony has been successfully repaired and continued on her normal sailing itinerary as scheduled.
The Oasis-class vessel is on a 7-night itinerary in the Western Caribbean with ports of call including Nassau (Bahamas) and Royal Caribbean’s private island CocoCay.
In a statement, the company said there had been "no injuries to guests or crew and only minor cosmetic damage to the ship’s stern." The company added the sailing would continue as scheduled.
For more Harmony of the Seas incidents and accidents see the ship's CruiseMinus page.