St Croix, USVI The United States Virgin Islands is comprised of three principal islands, St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John. At 84 square miles, St. Croix is the largest island in the Virgin Island group and significantly more rural than its brother, St. Thomas. The island features a rain forest in its western interior,Continue reading “St. Croix, America’s Other Virgin Island”
The twin island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis are a frequent port of call on Caribbean cruises and are home to the first outposts of Britain and France in the region.
A popular port on 3 to 5 day cruises out of Florida, Nassau and the Bahamas have a lot to offer with fantastic beaches and great diving and snorkeling. Find out more…
Three, four and five day cruises from Florida are a great opportunity to try cruising and visit a few of our island neighbors. Maybe fit in a little duty free shopping.
What to expect on your port days in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the heart of the Caribbean. Where your ship docks, getting around, historic forts, Spanish colonial architecture, food and culture.
an island on the southeast coast of Mexico with the actual port city being San Miguel de Cozumel. Located off the Yucatan peninsula it is part of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo and a very popular cruise stop on most western Caribbean cruise itineraries.
Page 1 What to look for in a Caribbean cruise itinerary. Select from 3 to 14 night cruises with the most popular being East or West Caribbean cruises. Ports of call and what to expect.
Where You’re Docked – The cruise ships normally dock at Heritage Quay or Redcliff Quay in the downtown area of St. John’s, the capital and largest city on the island. If there are a lot of ships in port, some may dock at the Deep Water Harbour Terminal approximately 1.5 miles from the city.
The cruise port of Cozumel Mexico. Crystal clear water, great beaches, snorkeling, diving and duty free bargains.