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  • 21
  • Mar
  • 2014

Top Southern Caribbean cruise diving spots

Posted by Linda Brandt.
Cruise to Cozumel

If you are a diving or snorkeling enthusiast, you’ll definitely want consider a cruise to the Southern Caribbean for your next vacation. The islands there are less crowded and have fewer visitors, giving you more freedom to explore. Here at CruiseExperts.com, we love to have a good time in the water and encourage all vacationers […]

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  • 19
  • Mar
  • 2014

Visit some of these Aruban attractions during a Caribbean cruise

Posted by Linda Brandt.

Aruba is a stop on many Southern Caribbean cruises. It’s well known for its beautiful beaches and unique architecture, but it offers so much more. If you want to take a break from sunbathing during your time in Aruba (and there’s nothing wrong with that!), be sure to check out some of these attractions: Alto […]

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  • 06
  • Sep
  • 2013

Defining a Caribbean Cruise

Posted by Linda Brandt.

ATTENTION: This blog was recently updated with new information in August 2019. It sounds simple enough because a “cruise to the Caribbean” sounds like one location, right? Not exactly. The Caribbean is a region surrounded generally by Cuba to the north, Central America and South America to the west and south, respectively, and the islands of Jamaica, […]

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  • 29
  • Jul
  • 2013

How to get in the mood for your Caribbean cruise

Posted by Linda Brandt.

Getting into the mood for your Caribbean cruise is easy and fun. First, we recommend you get a map. “The Caribbean” sounds like one location, but the Caribbean Sea is made up of coastlines along the coasts of North, Central and South America as well as the islands of Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and […]

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  • 24
  • May
  • 2013

Florida Gives You The Most Cruise Port Choices

Posted by Linda Brandt.

ATTENTION: This blog was recently updated with new information in August 2019. A peninsula state like Florida means the ocean is accessible from anywhere, and that means there are lots of ports to cruise from. If you live in Florida, you are fortunate indeed. Florida has more ports from which to cruise than any other state.  […]

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  • 02
  • May
  • 2013

Where can I take a cruise out of Texas or Louisiana?

Posted by Linda Brandt.
The New cruise passenger terminal in Port of Houston opens in November 2013.

ATTENTION: This blog was recently updated with new information in August 2019. Port of Galveston Galveston, Texas will continue to be a popular cruise port because the city draws tourists based on its historic downtown, 32-miles of beaches, restaurants, activities, and entertainment. Take a history lesson by watching The Great Storm movie, which is a […]

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