Roatan Honduras

Roatan Honduras, a popular cruise port on Western Caribbean itineraries is noted for its great beaches, water sports like skin and scuba diving and eco wildlife tours. Info on where you dock and what to see. Some Good Links To More Information On Visiting Roatan Honduras >

Antigua

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.

St. Croix USVI

St. Croix is the largest island in the U.S. Virgin Islands group and is significantly more rural than St. Thomas. The island features two historic towns, a rain forest in the western interior, an arid climate in the east end and spectacular coral formations that are accessible from many beaches. The island was a possessionContinue reading “St. Croix USVI”

Barbados

  General – Barbados is in the Lesser Antilles, and 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.Where You’re Docked – Cruise ships dock at the Bridgetown Cruise Terminal and free shuttles takeContinue reading “Barbados”

The Crane Beach, Barbados

If you consult a map of the Caribbean you can trace an arc of islands stretching from Hispaniola and Puerto Rico down to Trinidad just off the coast of South America. Along that arc are several dozen islands but one, Barbados, sits all alone one hundred miles into the Atlantic Ocean. Its East and SoutheastContinue reading “The Crane Beach, Barbados”

The Cruise Port of Curaçao

Curaçao, 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 Caribbean. Welcome to Curaçao. Queen Juliana Bridge There are a number of European influencedContinue reading “The Cruise Port of Curaçao”