The Caribbean Season is a famous cruise time. It starts in November and ends at the end of March and many ships will either stay there or sail in and out. It is often a new cruisers first cruise and hence a time they will be over whelmed and need help not to make mistakes. Some islands are beach only, some islands have great ports, some have fantastic unmissable excursions. When to beach and when not to beach, how to get to a beach cheaply, we have many tips here. As this represents the Caribbean Season we try and cover all the ports a ship may pass to and from and in the Caribbean Sea, and also show you come favourite and typical ROTES.

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CARIBBEAN - The whole area that can be taken in during this season - Florida down to the Amazon, Mexico and all the Islands

 

Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom)

 Saba (Dutch)

 Sint Eustatius (Dutch)

 Saint Barthélemy (French)

 Montserrat (United Kingdom)

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    • IN BRIEF: Ex British island, that won’t take pounds but will take US dollars. Bridgetown has a little to offer, but you will no doubt want to explore, north, south, or east are the options. The Bridgetown film shows you the town and bus garages. The other option – beaches! The ones in Bridgetown are great, free and public, but you will be sold a few things and hasssled a little. See the films and chat.
    • CURRENCY: Barbadian Dollar.

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