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  • Caribbean Cruises (Eastern)
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The eastern Caribbean contains popular cruise ports like St. Maarten and the US Virgin Islands, as well as the luxury island of St. Barts. The eastern Caribbean is best known for its white sand beaches, but for those looking for a bit more adventure, the island of St. John in the US Virgin Islands contains the United States' only underwater state park.


Caribbean Cruises (Eastern) ports
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St. Thomas was chanced upon by holidaymakers post WWII, and tourists have made a beeline for this tropical hotspot. It is a much sought after tourist destination in the Caribbean, and the Capital, Charlotte Amalie, offers the most varied...
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Anguilla
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Anguilla is located east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands  in the Lesser Antilles chain.  The Island of St. Martin is about a 20 minute boat ride away.   Anguilla cruise port promises beautiful beaches, tranquility and near perfe...
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Antigua
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Located in the sun-swept Caribbean belt, Antigua is a spectacular tourist retreat featuring gorgeous while sand beaches, colorful reefs, and a chilled-out feel that distinguishes this port from other more touristy and crowded cruise port...
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St. Kitts is a very scenic island.  Its lush green mountains tower over a gently sloping coastal plain.  The island is volcanic in origin.  A string of mountains run along the spine of the island, soaring up to 3,936 feet (1,200 meter...
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Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, US Virgin Island is one of the highest trafficked cruise ports on earth, and with good reason. It has the infrastructure, tons of duty-free shopping options and off beat tourist attractions such as the popu...
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At 84 square miles, St. Croix is the biggest of the U.S. Virgin Islands trio. Though the east end of the island is a tad too rough and rocky, the west end and inland belt makes for a spectacular holiday spot with its lush greenery, and ...
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Cruz Bay (St. John)
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Cruz Bay, located on the west coast of Saint John, is the island's largest commercial center and the location of the main port on Saint John. The primary access to Saint John is through Cruz Bay Harbor. Frequent barge and ferry, includin...
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Frederiksted, St. Croix, US Virgin Island at eighty-four square miles, St. Croix is the biggest of the U.S. Virgin Islands trio. Though the east end of the island is a tad too rough and rocky, the west end and inland belt makes for a spe...
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Grand Turk
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Grand Turk is a very popular port for cruise ships making 7-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean. In 2015, Grand Turk is slated to host around 802,000 passengers sailing on 302 ships.   Grand Turk is a small island in the British Oversea...
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Gustavia (St. Barts)
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Whether you call it St. Barts, St. Barths, or St. Barthelemy, there is no disputing that this tiny island in the French Antilles is one of the ritziest and most luxurious cruise destinations in all the world. You will not find a land ric...
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Jost Van Dyke
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As ships are moored or anchored in this port, you will be tendered ashore. It’s about a 10-minute walk from the pier to the town center.At roughly 8 square kilometers, Only a few hundred people live on Jost Van Dyke. Jost Van Dyke is the ...
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Nevis (St. Kitt's)
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St. Kitts, the first English settlement in all of the Leeward Islands, was in British possession until 1983, when this island, along with Nevis, declared their independence and formed a tiny, two-island nation. The pioneering and energetic ...
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Back in 1493, Christopher Columbus wished to establish a city in Puerto Plata, and it was to be named La Isabela. Unfortunately for him, a wicked tempest got in the way of his plans, and he was not able to make it there. Not until 1502 d...
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St. Lucia
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Off late, St. Lucia, and Castries particularly, is becoming probably the most popular locations within the Caribbean for vacationers. The lodging and facilities are top quality, and also the restaurants and activities are fabulous. Nearl...
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Saint Martin (French: Saint-Martin; Dutch: Sint Maarten) is an island in the northeast Caribbean, approximately 300 km (190 mi) east of Puerto Rico. The 87-square-kilometre (34 sq mi) island is divided roughly 61/39 between France (53 s...
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The British Virgin Islands, on the northeast Caribbean belt, are a cluster of breathtakingly beautiful islands that were frequented by pirates and seamen. Located sixty miles on the eastern side of Puerto Rico, these are exotic tropical...
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Turks & Caicos
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 Grand Turk is a tiny island located in the British Overseas Territory of Turks and Caicos. It spans seven miles in length, and a mile at the most in width. The island houses the Cockburn Town, the territory’s Capital City. The town i...
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