Normal tourism operations have resumed, and the Port Zante pier did not sustain damage, according to an official tourism communique.
Carnival Fascination and Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas had been scheduled to dock Sept. 23, however plans have changed for those ships due to the continued closure of the port of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
All hotels in St. Kitts are fully operational and those properties that do not engage in regular seasonal closures are open and servicing guests.
Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport reopened and began handling flights on Wednesday.
The Park Hyatt remains on track to debut in November.
'We continue to extend our thoughts and prayers to our Caribbean brothers and sisters in those islands which took a direct hit from Maria and to everyone who has been or will be impacted by the storm,' the communique added. 'Our sincere thanks to those who have kept St. Kitts & Nevis in their hearts and prayers.'
Following Hurricane Irma, St. Kitts partnered with Carnival Cruise Line to assist in delivering humanitarian relief supplies to nearby St. Maarten, which was severely impacted.