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Caribbean Cruises

 

Enjoy the quiet solitude of a Caribbean cruise. There is a timeless serenity, and a relaxing hum to the Caribbean that is whispered in its warm breezes and secluded beaches. The Caribbean has been enticing visitors and explorers for centuries – during your cruise of the islands you will certainly notice the historic footprints and the modern-day influence of British, French, Spanish, Dutch and African cultures. A Caribbean tour allows plenty of time for daily snorkeling trips in turquoise waters alive with rich and varied marine life.

Eastern Caribbean cruises sails out of Miami or Ft. Lauderdale and usually includes St. Thomas , St. Maarten, San Juan and the cruise lines private islands. These Caribbean cruises are great for first time cruisers and those on a budget.

Western Caribbean cruises sail out of Miami , Ft. Lauderdale , Tampa , New Orleans , Galveston and even Mobile Alabama . These itineraries include Cozumel, Key West , Grand Cayman and Jamaica . A western Caribbean cruise is great for beach and snorkel scuba lovers.

Southern Caribbean cruises sail out of San Juan , Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo , Dominican Republic . These cruise itineraries tend to be longer than seven days and visit a wider variety of islands and countries.


 

Panama Canal cruises are becoming a more and more popular cruise route. Panama Canal cruises are generally longer than seven days and sail from either the West Coast to Miami or Ft. Lauderdale or in reverse from Florida to the West Coast. For travelers with less time available, the partial Panama Canal ten-day roundtrip cruises out of Ft. Lauderdale are a more convenient – and just as enjoyable - option.

Australia cruises sail between October and March and vary in length between 10 and 16 days. You can expect to visit cosmopolitan cities like Sydney and breathtaking wilderness parks like the Great Barrier Reef. An Australian cruise often also includes New Zealand ports of call.

For travelers who only stay at five star hotels, cruising can offer pampering in complete luxury. Smaller ships such as Crystal, Regent, Seabourn, Silversea, Azamara and Oceania can offer splendid suites with large verandahs, butlers dedicated to making sure you have the best experience possible, and delectables comparable to those found only at the best restaurants on land. Onboard spas, gyms with the latest equipment, and well-stocked wine cellars will cater to those who are used to the very best. These smaller ships also go to ports not frequented by larger ships.

On a budget? There are several cruise lines with state-of-the art facilities catering to those who want to see exotic locations on a smaller budget. They are spacious, offer tons of amenities and sail to the most popular ports all over the world. The embarkation ports for these ships are generally accessible by air from all the major North American cities, so getting onboard your cruise is quite easy. They sail the most popular exotic itineraries and they include: Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Princess, Norwegian Cruise Lines and Holland America.


With so much to choose from, deciding on the right exotic cruise for yourself may be confusing. Let one of our Exotic Cruise Specialist help you. After all, our mission is to send you on a cruise vacation that exceeds your greatest expectation and offers you exceptional value. Call us today at 1-800-633-6401.

 

Sandi Heimsath

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Janice Eagle

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