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we have access to through our volume buying. We represent all the
cruise lines, world wide. If you do not see what you are looking
for here -- please call our office on our toll free number so that
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taxes and fees unless otherwise noted. Actual price subject to
market fluctuation and is primarily determined by categories available
and prices in effect at time of booking. May sell out, increase,
decrease, or be withdrawn at any time.
NOTE -- We are unable to offer a special rate on any cruise
that is less than 7 days in duration. However, all past guests
will continue to receive Loyalty Rewards for all travel booked
through Lindale Travel, Inc., regardless of the length of the
vacation.. Our specialty is directed to those guests who are
seeking great value and personalized service for all who are
traveling 7 days or longer.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
Many Eastern Caribbean cruises depart from this popular port. So
many cruise lines sail from Ft. Lauderdale, it is known as the "Venice
of America" --- having 165 miles of canals (known as the Intracoastal
Canal) --- that winds through this waterfront city. The beaches are
wonderfully inviting and only minutes from elegant shops and championship
golf courses. After dark, the town offers many five-star restaurants
and exciting nightclubs, all set in a lush tropical environment.
Numerous Ft. Lauderdale beach hotels are across the street from the
beach with excellent access to the sand and water. Sidewalk restaurants
and trendy shops line the streets with great viewing areas to see
all the beach and water activities. There are also water taxis for
great trips through the winding canals. The port of Ft. Lauderdale,
known as Port Everglades, is conveniently located from the airport
as well as from the most popular beach area. Sailing from Ft. Lauderdale
invites guests to come in a day early to take in the experience of
what all Ft. Lauderdale has to offer.
A secluded spot on the north coast of Haiti, reserved solely for
Royal Caribbean guests. Attractions include floats, aquabikes, banana
raft rides, snorkeling and other water sports. Also volleyball, beach
barbecues, authentic Haitian art and local craftsmen make this resort
area one of the favorite ports of call for many.
Freeport is on the itinerary for many of the three or four night
cruises, but rarely is on the seven night or longer cruises. It is
known for both its shopping and its casinos ---with shops, cafes
and restaurants that spread out over approximately ten acres.
Witness the world-famous March of the Flamingos at Ardastra Gardens.
Visit Coral World Marine Park and Underwater Observatory, a place
unlike anything you've ever seen. They you can swim with the playful
dolphins. Of course, there's the world famous straw market and international
duty-free shopping too. Nearly every country of the world is represented
here with countless items at great duty-free prices. Paradise Island
is easily accessible by water taxi and sports beautiful beaches,
water activities and the Atlantis Casino. and Hotel.
An exquisite blend of Dutch and French cultures, St. Maarten boasts
stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and incredible duty-free
shopping. Whether you lunch at a charming French cafe or explore
the lively Dutch capital of Philipsburg, you will find the dichotomy
of St. Maarten perfectly charming. For the fans of sunning in the
buff, one of the best beaches on the island is clothing optional.
Any taxi driver will be happy to take you there. Since there are
no piers in St. Maarten for cruise ships --- all access is by tender.
The U.S. Virgin Islands are the tropical jewels of the United States,
with St. Thomas as the centerpiece. Here you will encounter a profusion
of flowers and miles of beaches just outside of shops catering to
travelers in search of some of the best bargains in the Caribbean.
St. Thomas is a popular locale for weddings with some unique chapels
and gazebos high above the city overlooking the beautiful ocean.
Many couples are choose to be married barefoot on the beach --- either
way --- its sure to make for a wedding of dreams and memories beyond
ST. JOHN ISLAND, (U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS) --not to be confused with
St. John's Antigua.
Beautiful St. John is the smallest of the three U.S. Virgin Islands.
It covers an area of only 28 square miles, two-thirds of which is
devoted oto the Virgin Islands National Park. Although the history
of the island is long and interesting, the features that make St.
John so special are its magnificent beaches and its underwater snorkel
trail. The island Trunk Bay Beach is said to be one of the ten most
beautiful in the world. While few ships actually port in St. John,
the island is easily accessible by water taxi from St. Thomas --
and is the destination of many frequent cruisers who return time
after time to savor the beauty of this island paradise.
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
Distinctively Spanish in flavor, San Juan is an intriguing blend
of old and new. You'll be drawn to the open air markets and authentic
Spanish restaurants that share the city with lively, modern casinos.
Fort El Morro once protected San Juan and now offers a commanding
view of the charming old section of the city. The cruise ships berth
in the downtown area and are within easy walking distance of shops
CATALINA ISLAND, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Very few cruise ships call on this lovely port, however, for the
golf enthusiast --- this is a great place to be. Excursions are offered
to the exclusive Casa de Campo resort which offers a choice of activities,
including a round of golf on the famed "Teeth of the Dog" course.
ST. CROIX, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
In addition to its lovely beaches, shops, water sports, and restaurants,
St. Croix offers a great deal of natural beauty to explores. Tour
the island's rain forest, botanical gardens, wild-life refuges, nature
preserves and parks, including the only underwater park run by the
US National Park Service.
ST. BARTS, FRENCH ANTILLES
The French have created a country village atmosphere on this eight
square mile island where travelers from the world over come to seek
paradise. Known to devotees for centuries, the beaches and beauty
of St. Barts await your personal discovery.
Two outstanding scenic destinations highlight this lovely port of
"The Baths". This natural wonder -- unique in all the Caribbean
-- consists of giant boulder which tumbles across the landscape,
and atop one another to form labyrinthine caves and clear, salt-water
pools that are lit by the rays of the sun. Second is Gorda Sound,
a protected anchorage, known the world over by seasoned yachtsmen.
Virgin Gorda itself is a rustic cluster of small farms with about
Twenty - one square mile Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin
Islands, an unspoiled archipelago that lies in the path of welcome
trade winds. Try fishing, snorkeling and sailing excursions out of
Road Town's serene harbor ort horseback riding in the shadow of Mount
In the capital town of Gustavia, you will see an intriguing mix of
both French and Swedish architecture reflecting the island's varied
history. Snorkeling as well as both day and night diving are popular
here, while shell collectors can find some additions for their collections
at Shell Beach. St. Barts is one of the treasures of the Caribbean
that is usually only visited by the smaller sailing vessels, rather
than the larger cruise ships.
This beautiful little island is owned and visited exclusively by
the Disney Cruise Line Ships. One of the nicest privately owned islands,
it offers something for children and adults alike. Swimming, boating,
and all water activities are readily available, as well as refreshments,
food , live band entertainment, and even a tram to take you from
the ship to all the various areas of this island. There are no excuses
for not having a wonderful time on this day at beach .
HALF MOON CAY
If ever you've dreamed of making the first footprints on the beach
of a truly secluded tropical island, here's your chance. Simply step
ashore on Half Moon Cay, Holland American's own private island, and
make your mark. Then swim and snorkel till the beat of a steel drum
band summons you to the beach party and buffet. Calypso and a great
time are common-place here.
The name says it all here --- this is Princess's own little tropical
island offering a day at the beach complete with lounges, hammocks,
water activities, and even a waiter to keep you hydrated with soft
drinks and your favorite cocktails. The beach side barbecue is outstanding,
as is the steel drum band to entertain you. And lest you feel deprived
of something to buy --- there are even gift shops to provide you
with both Princess logo merchandise, as well as local handcrafts.
Many cruise guests claim that the day spent on any private island
is their favorite of the entire cruise.
This one is proudly owned by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and it
distills all of what's wonderful about the Bahamas into one magnificent
package. There are water sports of every kind, ships filled with
native crafts, an authentic steel band, even a mysterious underwater
shipwreck for you to explore. This ship comes complete with professional
instructors to help novices get their feet wet and to guide experts
to the best spots from which to enjoy the colorful kaleidoscope of
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
This port is both a port of call for some cruise ships, and a home
port for others. Tour the historic section of Charleston and visit
St. Michael's Church and the Joseph Manigualt House. City tours by
horse carriage and tours to nearby Boone Hall Plantation are also
From Baltimore's fine harbor, a short journey takes you to the nation's
capital where monuments and historic sites abound. See the Capitol
Dome, the Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the White
House and so much more. If your ships sails from this port, you may
want to go a day early in order to enjoy the surrounding area, which
includes Washington, D.C.
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PLEASE NOTE: Lindale Travel, Inc. is an agency specializing in the
sale of cruises -- the ships, sailing dates, and rates are only a
small number of the special rates we have access to through our volume
buying. We represent all the cruise lines, world wide. If you do
not see what you are looking for here -- please call our office on
our toll free number so that we can assist you with your personal
selection of a ship, sailing date, and special rate. Our knowledgeable
and friendly staff will be happy to answer your questions and assist
with your planning.
DISCLAIMER: Offers are capacity controlled and based on prices and
cabin categories available when prepared for posting to website.
Restrictions may apply. Prices are cruise only and include port charges/NCF
but not miscellaneous government taxes and fees unless otherwise
noted. Actual price subject to market fluctuation and is primarily
determined by categories available and prices in effect at time of
booking. May sell out, increase, decrease, or be withdrawn at any