Once an out-of-the-way island, Grenada is gaining in popularity as a cruise ship 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 to shop for nutmeg and otherContinue reading “Cruise Ports of Dominica & Grenada”
The Caribbean Island of Roatan, Honduras Roatan is the largest of the Honduran Bay Islands in the Caribbean and is becoming a popular cruise itinerary destination. Like many Caribbean destinations it is recognized for its beautiful beaches, water sports, including premier scuba and skin diving, and modern resorts. It also has a growing number ofContinue reading “Port of Call Roatan Honduras”
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”
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.
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.
The cruise port of Cozumel Mexico. Crystal clear water, great beaches, snorkeling, diving and duty free bargains.
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”
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”
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”
Visiting The Cruise Port Of Frederiksted At 84 square miles, St. Croix is the largest island in the Virgin Island group and significantly more rural than the others. The island features a rain forest in its western interior, an arid climate in the east along with two historic towns. The island was a possession ofContinue reading “Port of Call Fredireksted, St. Croix”