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When mv Riviera docks in St.Martin a visit to the Marina Port La Royale is always in

order: With a variety of restaurants to provide refreshments, you may stroll around the galleries with their fine examples of Caribbean oils and watercolours alongside wood carvings and sculptures in a variety of media. Don’t miss the small museum which traces St.Martin’s history back in time.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Island L-84) Continue reading

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While ss Caribbean Star sails over the reefs to the eastern side of Isla del Maiz, you

dive close to the ocean Drop-Off and find a lobster hole ~ a small cave full of lobsters. After catching a dozen of these delicacies you give them to the Executive Chef on board to cook for everyone at your dinner table this evening. ~  Island Card (visiting Island U-131) Continue reading

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While you are ashore from Indigo Sails on the island of St.Vincent, wander through

Kingstown and choose some souvenirs to take home: Try the boutiques which stock locally made, hand painted dresses in brightly colored flowing fabrics; or the, again hand painted, cotton t-shirts. Arts and crafts are highly valued here with ancient techniques being revived by local artists.  ~  Island Card (visiting Island N-103) Continue reading

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When the ss Mayan Sun visits Jost Van Dyke (rhymes with toast), you confirm your

experiences of the other British Virgin Islands: The landscapes are breathtakingly beautiful; the beaches are some of the finest (check out White Bay); and the inhabitants of the islands are extremely gracious and unfailingly hospitable.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Island H-56) Continue reading

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When Indigo Sails docks close by Cancun and the Riviera Maya, the first order of the

day is an authentic Mexican culinary feast: You are invited into Maria’s kitchen and admire terra-cotta Coahuila pavers on the floor and hand painted ceramic tile on the walls, alongside locally produced copper pans and glazed clay pots; all of which, together with other traditional cooking utensils and locally sourced fruit, vegetables and produce, are … Continue reading