Port of Chiapas Open For Cruise Business

The Port of Chiapas in Mexico is now open for cruise business and will welcome "The World of ResidenSea" for a two-day port call on Feb. 9–10. The port is newly opened to cruise tourism and offers access to many cultural and historic tours including Mayan archeological site Palenque. Chiapas is 225 nautical miles south of Huatulco and 110 nautical miles north of Guatemala's Puerto Quetzal in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.

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