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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | November 18, 2021 | 6:53 AM
Kimberley Stiff, assistant vice-president of marketing communications at the Port Authority of Jamaica, points to the Statsraad Lehmkuhl, one of the world’s largest and oldest ships, which docked in Port Royal on Saturday.
Kimberley Stiff, assistant vice-president of marketing communications at the Port Authority of Jamaica, points to the Statsraad Lehmkuhl, one of the world’s largest and oldest ships, which docked in Port Royal on Saturday.
Shannika Jackson (left) and Yvonne Gray at the Statsraad Lehmkuhl ship tour and Salt Fish Festival in Port Royal on Sunday.
Shannika Jackson (left) and Yvonne Gray at the Statsraad Lehmkuhl ship tour and Salt Fish Festival in Port Royal on Sunday.
From left: Leslie Hoo Fung (left), John Sinclair, his wife Elizaberth Sinclair and children Leah Sinclair, Joel Sinclair and Mattco Plummer.
From left: Leslie Hoo Fung (left), John Sinclair, his wife Elizaberth Sinclair and children Leah Sinclair, Joel Sinclair and Mattco Plummer.
Peter Gordon (left) and Stephanie Lloyd dig into their 'stamp and go'.
Peter Gordon (left) and Stephanie Lloyd dig into their 'stamp and go'.
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Much of Jamaica's salt fish comes from Norway so it comes as no surprise that the welcome of the Statsraad Lehmkuhl to the island included a Salt Fish Festival. The Norwegian tour and research vessel docked in Port Royal on Saturday. Something Extra brings you the highlights.