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”

Todays Featured Poster • Barbados Beaches

An island of superlatives with the beaches at the top of the list. From Sandy Lane to Bathsheba to Rockley there’s a beach to fit every taste. Sandy Lane features a calm bay with a public beach beside an upscale resort, safe for swimming & flanked by tall, shady palms. Bathsheba is rugged, scenic beachContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Barbados Beaches”

Todays Featured Poster • Saint Vincent & The Grenadines

St. Vincent has been gaining in popularity as a port of call on Caribbean cruises. The large island is Saint Vincent but the country itself includes a majority of the island group known as the Grenadines in the Caribbean. Located in the southeast Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, they include 230 square miles ofContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Saint Vincent & The Grenadines”

Todays Featured Poster • Barbados

The docks in Bridgetown, Barbados’ Capital and Largest City. Established in 1628 and boasting a population of nearly 300,000, Bridgetown is the true heart of Barbados. Both this island’s capital and largest city, it’s a remarkable place steeped in history, featuring a unique blend of African, American and British heritage. These giclée prints will soon be available in severalContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Barbados”

Todays Featured Poster • Willemsted Curacao

The jewel of the Dutch Antilles and the largest of the ABC islands, Curacao is a tropical paradise. The capital of Willemsted offers a sense that Holland had been moved to the Caribbean with its classic Dutch architecture painted up in tropical pastel colors. Great beaches, duty free shopping and restaurants and cafes. These gicléeContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Willemsted Curacao”

Todays Featured Poster • Grenada W.I.

Fort George sits above St. George the capital of Grenada. The town is surrounded on two sides by the hills formed by an old volcano crater with its center creating a horseshoe-shaped harbor. Grenada is a popular Caribbean destination as the the town has developed in recently, while still preserving its history. Fort George wasContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Grenada W.I.”

Caribbean Cruise Options

Winter Is Caribbean Cruise Time The Caribbean is one of the worlds most popular cruise destinations and winter is the Caribbean’s high season. There is an itinerary and a price point to meet virtually every interest and budget that include 2 day to 20+ day cruises. Take a few minutes and check out some ofContinue reading “Caribbean Cruise Options”

Cruise Life Vol.2 No. 8

August 2022 In This Issue • Caribbean Islands Cozumel, Mexico Visiting St. Croix USVI Grand Cayman The Island Of Cozumel This port of call is often referred to as Cozumel, but it is actually island on the southeast coast of Mexico and the actual port city is San Miguel de Cozumel. Located off the YucatanContinue reading “Cruise Life Vol.2 No. 8”

Cruise Ports Of Dominica & Grenada

Grenada – The Caribbeans Spice Island Once an out-of-the-way island, Grenada is gaining in popularity as a cruise port of call. The capital of St. George is considered by many as one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque towns wrapping around a half-moon shaped harbor. Called the spice island it is also a great place toContinue reading “Cruise Ports Of Dominica & Grenada”

Port of Call Antigua, W.I.

General – The sovereign state of Antigua & Barbuda is located in the middle of the Leeward Islands chain, between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. In 2017, most of Barbuda’s infrastructure was destroyed by Hurricane Irma and the population was evacuated to Antigua. Rebuilding has been a slow and painful process as resourcesContinue reading “Port of Call Antigua, W.I.”