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CARIBBEAN CRUISE HOLIDAYS             Cruises Enquiry Form
   
     
 
                                                           

When it comes to beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters, the Caribbean is really in a league of its own.  There are countless adventures within reach on your cruise vacation.  Get up close and personal with stingrays in Grand Cayman.  Compete in an actual race on one of New Zealand's former America's Cup yachts in the Bahamas.  Plus, there's the El Yunque Rain Forest in Puerto Rico, Christoffel National Park in Curaçao, and the Mayan Ruins in Cozumel, just to name a few.

Some things to do when on a caribbean cruise holiday:

 

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*   Climb Jamaica's Dunn's River Falls.
*   Go mountain biking in Costa Rica's rain forests.
*   Snorkel with stingrays.
*   Go horseback riding on the beach.
*   Dive 800 feet below sea level in a research submarine.
*   Discover the inhabitants of a coral reef on a glass-bottomed boat.
*   Explore ancient civilizations as you climb mysterious Mayan pyramids.

 

                                                           
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AREAS OF INTEREST                  Back to top

Western Caribbean

Beneath their tropical paradise settings, these islands are home to rich culture and complex histories.  Explore archaic ruins, beaches, rain forests and many waterfalls.

  
                                                           

Eastern Caribbean

Relax surrounded by the white-sand beaches and beautiful turquoise waters of the most beautiful islands on earth.  Find adventure parasailing high above it all or at the Dolphin Encounter.

Southern Caribbean

The most exotic Caribbean islands await you down south.  Adventures are endless in this area.  You can explore the Hato Caves in Curaçao.  Take advantage of an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to race an America's Cup sailboat.  Relax and take in some sun at Magens Bay Beach in beautiful St. Thomas.  Stroll down the streets of Old San Juan and discover the largest Spanish citadel built in the New World.  And explore the many cultures that make up these exotic islands.

 

                                                           

WHY CRUISE THE CARIBBEAN?   
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US and British Virgin Islands, sailing, snorkelling and nightlife.  The only requirement: a sense of adventure and the ability to enjoy the warm waters, steady breezes, colourful sunsets, and vibrant nightlife of the Caribbean.

PASSPORT / VISA NOTE    Back to top

All nationalities require valid passports; it is recommended that they are valid for six months beyond period of intended stay.  Please contact us with regards to which passports require visas that are not covered by the Captain’s blanket visa.

PORTS OF CALL    Back to top

Bridgetown, Barbados

Though Barbados gained its independence from the British in 1966, the island maintains a distinctly English flavour.  From British products such as chocolate and china, to the national pastime, cricket, the British influence is evident throughout this gorgeous Caribbean destination.

George Town, Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is one of a group of three magnificent tropical islands Christopher Columbus called "Las Tortugas" (the turtles) for the sea creatures he found in the ocean water.  The designation did not endure, however, for on later maps the islands were labelled the Caimanau, the Carib Indian word for "crocodile."  The name "Caimanas" refers inaccurately to the iguanas native to the islands, which were perhaps at one point mistaken for crocodiles.  Among other attractions, visitors to the island will enjoy learning about the turtles, visiting the town of Hell, exploring Seven-Mile Beach and enjoying the undersea world.

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King’s Wharf, Bermuda

King's Wharf has something for everyone.  Sample typical island food and stroll through the shops and museums of the Royal Naval Dockyard, an impressive military fortress built in 1815. Sail the clear waters of Hamilton Sound.  Find quaint gems at the Bermuda Arts Centre and Craft Market.  If that's not enough, a snorkel park and watersport facility offers hours of activities to the adventuresome.

Montego Bay, Jamaica

The recently renovated "Mo' Bay," as the locals call this town, competes with Ocho Rios as the island's most visited resort town.  Montego Bay has great bars and restaurants, renowned shopping, and an endless array of leisure activities.  And with the friendly hospitality of the Jamaican people, having a great time is always "no problem."

San Juan, Puerto Rico

One of the largest islands in the Eastern Caribbean, Puerto Rico's landscape encompasses mountains, underground caves, coral reefs, white-sand beaches and an incredibly massive rain forest that supplies fresh water to most of the island.  At the same time San Juan, the capital of the commonwealth, is a big city with a bustling business district, glitzy resorts and casinos, as well as one of the most stunning examples of colonial life in the Western world.

 

                                                           
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