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Caribbean - Curaçao

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Cruise destination: Curaçao

The 'C' of the tiny trio of 'ABC Islands' — Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao — Curaçao is a beautiful, secluded landmass located in the southwestern Caribbean, just off the coast of Venezuela. The island is home to about 138,000 people, who represent more than 50 nationalities and can be heard speaking Dutch, Spanish, and English… not to mention the colorful local creole, Papiamentu. A vibrant and rich culture rooted in history and hospitality, Curaçao has been home to many painters and artists…

Caribbean - La Romana

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Cruise destination: La Romana

The southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic features La Romana, a city built by the sugar mills before it began to blossom into a resort area. About one mile from the famous Casa de Campo Resort, this small city has some of the finest golf courses found in the Caribbean. White sand beaches in La Romana are also, unsurprisingly, one of the city's main attractions.

Caribbean - Montego Bay

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Cruise destination: Montego Bay

Montego Bay, known as “Mo' Bay” to the locals, is Jamaica's second largest community. Gorgeous white-sand beaches and mangrove wetlands surround the old town, which rests at the bottom of lush green mountains. Montego Bay offers the best of the Caribbean, including beautiful Georgian architecture in the historic town of Falmouth. Surround yourself with the essence of Jamaica in the island's friendliest city.

Caribbean - Falmouth

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Cruise destination: Falmouth

Falmouth is the capital of the Parish of Trelawny in Jamaica. It's full of history and sits 18 miles east of Montego Bay. With a population of approximately 5,000, this beautifully tranquil island once aided in Jamaica becoming the world's leading sugar producer.

Falmouth was meticulously planned from its start in 1769, with wide streets in a regular grid, adequate water supply, and public buildings. The city is noted for being one of the Caribbean's best-preserved…