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Ports of Call & Itinerary
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Ft Lauderdale, FLSaturday1.19.19-4:00 pm
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At SeaSunday1.20.19--
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St. MaartenTuesday1.22.199:30 am11:00 pm
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St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.Wednesday1.23.198:00 am4:00 pm
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At SeaThursday1.24.19--
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Grand Bahama IslandFriday1.25.192:00 pm8:00 pm
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Ft Lauderdale, FLSaturday1.26.197:00 am-

 

Ft Lauderdale, FL

Either before or after you have the time of your life on your cruise, you can discover all that Fort Lauderdale has to offer. Capture the sights of the Everglades, an expanse of swampland known for natural beauty and abundant wildlife, on a unique airboat; and witness the exotic wildlife of birds, fish and the infamous alligators. Experience the highlights of the newly designed beaches and cafes, including the Arts & Sciences District; stroll the historic Riverwalk; and shop the luxurious stores and boutiques on Las Olas Boulevard.


St. Maarten

In the 17th century, Dutch and French soldiers decided to share this small island, and today it remains happily split between the Netherlands (Sint Maarten, south side) and France (St. Martin, north side). Visitors can enjoy both these cultures, and the blending of both with its exotic native heritage. St. Maarten is considered by many the gourmet capital of the Caribbean, with over 300 restaurants and cuisine equal to the best of New York or Paris, and is just one reason it is the most visited of all the Leeward Islands. Dozens of alluring beaches ring the island, from the laid back white sands of Orient Beach to the pulse pounding excitement of Jet Blast Beach (officially Maho Beach), where planes come in low to the airport right next to it.


St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.

St. Thomas is the gateway isle of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. It's known for its beaches and snorkeling spots. Territorial capital Charlotte St. Thomas is the gateway isle of the beautiful, emerald U.S. Virgin Islands. It is home to its territorial capital, Charlotte Amalie, which has been the heart of St. Thomas’ activities from its Danish colonial times in the 1600’s, when it was a bustling port of trade. Historic buildings like the 1679 Watchtower Blackbeard’s Castle remind visitors of the area’s rich and turbulent pirate history, and on the harbor, 17th-century Fort Christian is now a fascinating museum. while modern additions of taxis, shops, souvenir vendors and cruise ships in the harbor remind that it is tourism that currently drives the economy. Get out of downtown and you can find a picture-perfect beach for relaxing or snorkeling, enjoy the island’s world-renowned golf course, or take the Skyride 700 feet above the city for an incomparable view of the island and its turquoise Caribbean waters.


Grand Bahama Island

There’s something for everyone on Grand Bahama Island, the northernmost island of The Bahamas and the closest major island to the United States. Its distinct mix of vibrant culture, charming towns and settlements, and island attractions have long delighted visitors from all over the world. Renowned as a mecca for nature lovers, the island is home to one of the world’s largest largest underwater cave systems, three national parks, endless beaches and some of the clearest waters in the world with visibility of over 200 feet. You can try one of their many eco-tours or check out the upscale local shopping districts for great deals on duty-free merchandise.