The Cruise Port of Aruba

Located deep in the Southern Caribbean, Aruba, The Netherlands Antilles is a popular vacation destination and cruise port of call. Aruba deservedly is known for some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean along with its almost perfect weather. Taking advantage of those assets the government and businesses have invested heavily in building upContinue reading “The Cruise Port of Aruba”

Cruise Port Grand Turk

Port of Call Grand Turk The Turks and Caicos are a group of small islands stretching out into the Atlantic on the southeast edge of the Bahamas chain. They are part of the British West Indies and a British Territory. Most cruise lines have over the years developed “private islands” where their ships usually anchorContinue reading “Cruise Port Grand Turk”

Port of Call Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is a volcanic formed island in the Caribbean noted for its mountainous terrain and fantastic beaches and resorts. Castries is the countries main city and is located in the center of North St. Lucia. It is one of the more popular destinations along with Rodney Bay, which has some of the top SaintContinue reading “Port of Call Saint Lucia”

Barbados, W.I. A Port Of Call

One of the more popular ports of call on Southern Caribbean itineraries. Barbados is in the Lesser Antilles, the eastern most island in the Caribbean. It is an independent British Commonwealth nation, bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Caribbean Sea. Barbados is also a popular departure portContinue reading “Barbados, W.I. A Port Of Call”

The Cruise Port of Fredireksted St. Croix

Visiting St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands At 84 square miles, St. Croix is the largest island in the Virgin Island group and significantly more rural than its neighbors. The island features a rain forest in its western interior, an arid climate in the east third of the island along with two historic towns. The islandContinue reading “The Cruise Port of Fredireksted St. Croix”

Cruise Port of St. Kitts W.I.

St. Kitts and Nevis St.Kitts and Nevis are a twin island, independent Caribbean nation. Saint Kitts became home to the first Caribbean British and French colonies in the mid-1620s. Along with the Nevis, Saint Kitts was a member of the British West Indies until getting independence in September 1983. The town of Basseterre is theContinue reading “Cruise Port of St. Kitts W.I.”

The Cruise Port of Curaçao NA

Curaçao, A Perfect Blend of Two Worlds Wouldn’t it be great if we could move tropical seas, palm trees and great beaches to Northern Europe? It’s not going to happen, but the next best thing is to move the Netherlands into the Southern Caribbean. Welcome to Curaçao. There are a number of European influenced islandsContinue reading “The Cruise Port of Curaçao NA”

Todays Featured Poster • Dominica WI

Dominica is a lush island with tall mountains and dozens of waterfalls. While it offers its share of good beaches, a large number of visitors come mainly to hike its rainforest trails and visit its waterfalls. The island is also a geothermal active area with a number of hot springs and steaming vents. These gicléeContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Dominica WI”

The Cruise Port Of St. Thomas USVI

St. Thomas is the most populated of the U.S. Virgin Islands and is a major port of call for Caribbean cruise itineraries. There are two widely separated cruise ship docks so you should try and check out where your ship will tie up. It will either be Crown Bay that’s west of Charlotte Amalie orContinue reading “The Cruise Port Of St. Thomas USVI”

Tropical Cruise Options

Winters Coming – Plan Your Escape A mild Winter, a snowy Winter – it doesn’t matter – Winter is usually cold and grey and there are times when it would just be great to get away! Cruise companies are well aware of the gloom of Winter and there is a whole armada of cruise shipsContinue reading “Tropical Cruise Options”