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Old January 28th, 2014, 10:23 PM
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Default Cruise straight to Mexico??

Hello all, new on here. Have taken a Carnival Caribbean cruise a few years ago. I was wondering if anyone knows of a cruise line that goes straight to one destination, ( Mexico, Bahamas, etc) and let's you stay in one city for multiple days or drops you at one city, (ie, Cancun) and comes back a few days later? I'm afraid to fly, don't ask , and just basically want to take the ship to 1 or 2 destinations and stay more than one day at a single place. Does anyone know if this exists? Thanks and God bless
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Old January 28th, 2014, 10:27 PM
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Take a look at the Bimini Superfast.

http://www.rwbimini.com/superfast-cruise-ship
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Celebration Cruise line does this to the Bahamas.
Reviews are hot and cold. Be sure to do your research before booking.
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Several lines go to Bermuda and stay for three days .
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Old January 28th, 2014, 10:50 PM
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Aqua hound , so this ship only goes to Bimini island?
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Old January 28th, 2014, 10:54 PM
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Aqua hound , so this ship only goes to Bimini island?
Yeah, that's it. You can book round trip or 2 one-ways. Sorry, but off hand, that's the only one I can think of right now.
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Old January 28th, 2014, 11:15 PM
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Hello all, new on here. Have taken a Carnival Caribbean cruise a few years ago. I was wondering if anyone knows of a cruise line that goes straight to one destination, ( Mexico, Bahamas, etc) and let's you stay in one city for multiple days or drops you at one city, (ie, Cancun) and comes back a few days later? I'm afraid to fly, don't ask , and just basically want to take the ship to 1 or 2 destinations and stay more than one day at a single place. Does anyone know if this exists? Thanks and God bless
Carnival has been staying in Cabo for 2 days.
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All out of LA , I'm on east coast, thanks
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Old January 29th, 2014, 01:21 AM
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You can go to Bimini and stay a few nights before catching the return ferry.
You can also go from Palm Beach to Freeport and stay there before returning on Celebration cruise line.
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All out of LA , I'm on east coast, thanks
From both NY and Baltimore, there are three cruise lines (RCI/Celebrity/NC) in combination that offer regularly scheduled in season (April - Oct.) 5 - 7 night cruises to Bermuda with 2-3 days in port as the only port of call.

Most other east coast / gulf coast departure ports are multi ports of call itineraries.

No cruise line will drop you off at a port and come back to pick you up a day or two later.
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Other than Bermuda, overnight stays are rare in the area you are looking at.
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" Cruise straight to Mexico."
There is a VERY funny joke available. Alas, I don't think CC can handle it.
Sigh.........
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Old January 29th, 2014, 04:28 PM
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Cunard goes straight from NYC to Southampton, you can spend a few days in London, take Chunnel to Paris for a few days, and a week later then take Cunard back to NYC
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