Montego Bay has been welcoming visitors over fifty (50) years. Millions of cruise ship passengers have had brief acquaintance with this the second city in Jamaica. The port of Montego Bay was built in the 1960s on which was called the Bogue Islands, the area is now called Montego Freeport.
The Montego Freeport terminal consists of five primary berths two of which are dedicated exclusively for cruise shipping. There is a telecommunications centre for cruise passengers (and crew), snack and refreshment stand. Transportation is available from the terminal building, supervised by the Jamaica Tourist Board, which also maintains a visitor information booth.