The first cruise ship of the year arrived in Prince Rupert today. More than 2

Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas docks in Prince Rupert

2,110-passenger capacity cruise ship makes a stop in Prince Rupert and it's the city's largest cruise ship of the year.

The streets were filled with sightseers once the 2,110-passenger capacity cruise ship made a stop in Prince Rupert on Wednesday.

It’s the city’s largest cruise ship of the year. The Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas was a five-day trip and passengers were eager fill all seven of the tour options in the area. Some passengers said the tours were all sold out by the morning and they took the opportunity to walk around Cow Bay Road and downtown instead.

There are 11 more cruise ships to arrive this year as per the Port of Prince Rupert’s 2016 schedule. The next cruise ship arrives on May 29th with a 700-passenger capacity.

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