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Freeport



Cruise to Freeport


Freeport is a sportsman's paradise with endless opportunities for snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, and one of the most impressive golf courses in the world. If shopping is your sport you're sure to score big at the duty-free shops, where you can find excellent deals on cameras, watches, porcelain and fine jewelry. Or you can just kick back and enjoy the sun on one of the many gorgeous, white-sand beaches that abound.

Nassau



Cruise to Nassau


What makes Nassau so special? Picture an idyllic place with stretches of perfect white-sand beaches, gracefully swaying coconut palms offering oases of shade, and warm, crystal-clear waters revealing the secrets of incredible multi-colored marine life. Whether you spend the day shopping for duty-free gifts and mementos, taking a carriage ride past sorbet-colored buildings, or touring in a glass-bottom boat, chances are you'll leave this happy place in the Bahamas with lots of beautiful memories.

Antigua



Cruise to Antigua


The largest of the British Leeward Islands offers you warm, steady winds, a coastline of safe harbors and a nearly unbroken wall of coral reef. These same attributes that once attracted the British Royal Navy, also established Antigua as one of the premier tourist destinations in the Caribbean.

Fort Lauderdale



Cruise to Fort Lauderdale


Port Everglades is Fort Lauderdale's waterway to the world. This cosmopolitan city spans 23 miles of Atlantic coastline. That's 23 miles of sun, sand and surf for you to enjoy. World-class golf, dining, shopping and sporting events await you in this city by the sea, first made famous in the 1960 film "Where The Boys Are."

Bridgetown



Cruise to Bridgetown


Bridgetown is the capital and commercial centre and has a population of about 80 000. Bridgetown was originally named "Indian Bridge" for the rude bridge which had been constructed over the river (now known as the Careenage) by the Indians. It was later called the "town of St. Michael" in official documents, before finally being named Bridgetown.

Castries



Cruise to Castries


Queen Elizabeth once visited Castries, and the St Lucians have never forgotten it. It was for her that they named Queen's Drive—the road around this island that boasts a volcano, riotous botanical gardens and excellent whale-watching opportunities.

Cancun



Cruise to Cancun


In the state of Quintana Roo, Cancun provides calm, peaceful days for visitors to enjoy the sun and sand. With some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, there are a number of activities in and out of the water.

Key West



Cruise to Key West


The "Conch Republic" is a festive island of colorful bars and equally colorful characters in what may as well be the tropics. America's southernmost tip, where Harry Truman spent his summers playing poker and running the country, is a non-stop delight. Visit Hemingway's house where you'll find his original manuscripts and many of his famed six-toed cats. And while you're on the island be sure to sample its culinary treasures, such as conch salad and world-famous Key Lime pie.

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