Caribbean

Caribbean

Cruise Guide: Big or small: Cruise ships drawn to Caribbean

By Michael Coleman Some 40-plus years after mass-market passenger vessels first began sailing to the region, Caribbean voyages are hotter than ever.  Island culture, turquoise waters and sun-drenched beaches have been drawing passengers since the 1960’s, and while the scenery is no less stellar today, a host of sleek,...

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Caribbean, Ports

Cruise Guide: Sun-drenched Caribbean voyages unveiled

By Michael Coleman You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to conclude that Caribbean cruise itineraries are the most popular in the world.  Over the past few years, port calls in Alaska and Europe have gained momentum among travelers seeking to expand their horizons, but the hands-down winner is just a few hundred miles...

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Caribbean, Carnival

Cruise Guide: Carnival takes swing at Caribbean

By Michael Coleman How does the world’s most popular cruise line, and its latest mega-ship, improve the Caribbean vacation experience? It offers golf. Golf. And, more golf.  Those who love to tee it up can book either six- or eight-day voyages from Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean and the Bahamas aboard Carnival Liberty, the...

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