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Considered by most to the an entry point for cruising, the prime
season for visiting the Caribbean is between October and April.
A convenient playground for those in North America who live east
of the Mississippi, there's warm turquoise waters, duty-free shopping,
Dutch, Spanish, British, and French architecture, and a layed back
philosophy about what could and should be done on a cruise.
activities, warm weather frolicking abound, but there is also a
hearty crowd looking to do nothing other than relaxing with a good
book one carefree day after another. These voyages from 3 to 14
days are perfect for individual travelers, honeymoon couples, and
Accessible sailing in the Caribbean includes ports in the Western,
Southern, and Eastern Caribbean in addition to destinations in the
Alaska is a land of superlatives; where the mountains are bigger,
the wilderness is wilder, and the rivers are mightier.
past glacier after glacier, watch for cresting whales and soaring
eagles as you sail on an unforgettable voyage into the Great Land
Between May to September, the traditional ways to experience Alaska
are sailing round trip from Vancouver through the Inside Passage
or, adding an additional 1000 miles of Alaskan coastline with
voyages along the "Glacier Route" between Vancouver
well planned, land packages combine with each voyage for passengers
wanting an extended true cruise adventure. A 7 to 14 day Alaska
voyage is the most popular destination for multi-generational
A voyage through the Panama Canal is more than a look at locks and
lakes...it's a sailing experience of a lifetime. These voyages explore
Mayan ruins, shop for gold in Columbia, river raft though the jungle
in Costa Rica and visit tropical rain forests.
Most impressive of all is the emerald green water of Gatun Lake and
the experience of transiting the canal from the Gatun Locks on the
Caribbean side to the Miraflores Locks on the Pacific. Trans-canal
passages (through the entire length) and round trip passages from/to
Florida are available from May through early October.
The Mediterranean is a destination that serves up a different culture,
history, cuisine, architecture and scenery at every port of call.
Here you'll experience noticeable contrasts between quiet country
villages, where English is seldom heard, and modern cosmopolitan
centers like Paris and Rome, that are synonymous with international
fashion and cultural trends.
you find yourself rolling down a narrow street, pausing to look
the walls of a 17th century building in the shadows of a nearby
Medieval castle you'll know you are in Europe.
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