treasure island cruise march3rd
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. . . or at least that's the way it happened on the RC - SC is smaller so it could be different.
My wife and I are on this cruise too.
we look forward to meeting you, happy holidays from your canadian friends !!
As for Anguilla, our ship was delayed a day in departure so we only had a few hours on Anguilla. It also anchors offshore and tenders you to a nice beach...with a bar...and that's about it. Some people hired a taxi to drive them around the island (the drivers know when the ship arrives and are waiting for you), but we just floated in the water and sat on the beach. The bar had a live band.
The Star Clipper only touched a dock at the beginning and end of the cruise. All contact with land was with the tenders or Zodiacs. In 2 locations, Jost Van Dyke and the second stop on St. Kits, it is a "wet" landing where you have to wade, knee deep, ashore.
Great Cruise! You'll love it. Any other questions??
THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION, THIS WILL BE OUR 3RD CRUISE WITH THE STAR CLIPPERS, CAN'T WAIT FOR THE BVI'S. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SAILING, BEACHES, SWIMMING AND OF COURSE THE COCKTAILS!!!!DOCKGIRL
We visited Soper's Hole in Feb with the Star Clipper and had Pain Killers. They went down very well since our cruise was hit with high seas from Panama City Panama,missed 2 ports because of the weather. Having been at sea for several days, holding onto ropes to be able to walking around the ship, the bar at Soper's Hole was welcomed. Now my job is to compare the Pain Killers from one island to another, what a chore!!!! Hopefully I will remember which is better!!! Dockgirl