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Thank you for the tips to find Larry & Linda.

 

I heard if you tender before 8:30a, a ticket is not required in Belize or Banana Coast. Where do you get the tender tickets and how early did you go to get your tickets? I have a group of 11 and we want to keep everyone together, if at all feasible.

 

The ship offers a cave tubing excursion so we'll know rather quickly if the caves are closed. A portion of our group is doing ATVing & cave tubing with Butts Up...and the other half of the group is going with cave tubing.bz If the caves are closed...I may just go into port to stretch my legs on land...look for some 1 Barrel Rum (a product of Belize)...then return to the ship.

 

I look forward to your response!

Nancy

 

Thanks,

Nancy

 

If you're off before 830am, there is no tender ticket needed. You just get on the tender boats on deck 4. If you want your group to go together, just let the crew know. If it's after 830am, they usually hand out tender tickets by the pool. I think they started handing them out around 7am for the Belize tenders (which you will need - but no one asked to see ours).

 

We bought our 1 barrel rum (2 bottles $12 and $13) in Belize. So we did not look for it in Trujillo.

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SunQuest76, are you the mystery party who will be joining us at Tranquility Bay Beach Retreat on December 31st ? I know that after Jackie (mom n mi) booked her party of 4 and I booked our party of 11, there were 5 day passes remaining, unless of course others have cabana reservations as well. Just curious ;) It's always nice to meet cruisers ahead of time when you're on the same excursion, e.g., at the M&M.

 

Nancy

 

Nancy:

 

My family will be joining your family at Tranquility Bay on the 31st!

 

Best,

Lisa

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Who else is there besides Bodden? We'll be there in a few weeks.

 

That is my question too. We will be there on Christmas day in a couple weeks. We live in Florida and go to the beach and spend time on the water on a regular basis. When I saw the Trujillo stop I figured there would be some interesting things to do in the mountains since they are right next to the coast (I we do not have them in FL). However I have not seen anything. Plus I am not particularly interested in a "city tour". Any ideas?

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Glad I found this board. We will be on the Jewel for the 1-10-15 sailing, and now I have a little more information to go on. A new port is exciting, and it will be novel to stop somewhere that isn't over-commercialized.

 

I am interested in finding non-water things to do, so if anyone has come up with something, please share. My friend will be still recovering from foot surgery and even though she expects to be able to walk around ok, we won't be doing the beach stuff.

Thanks,

Pat

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Outside of the gates, there were LOTS of locals, both Honduran and ex-pat, who were offering tours of various sorts.... Friends of ours met an American and paid him $150 for their group of 8 (4 adults, 4 kids) to do a driving tour of the city (they said he was very informative) and then they went to his house, which was up on the mountain overlooking the bay for drinks and snacks.

Ericstacie and peak17,

 

Hopefully you can find out some more information on this tour that TowerOrchard mentioned, or something like it.

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I am not sure if this is the greatest spot to post my Trujillo trip report so if someone knows of a better spot please let me know. I know I had difficulty finding any info on private tours prior to my cruise on the Ryndam last week so I thought I'd share how our Trujillo experience worked out!

I decided to just see what there was at port once we docked to see if we could find a private tour. I had also read about some hot springs about 7 km away from town located on the property of a closed hotel.On the day of our Trujillo arrival, my husband and I managed to get on an early tender, talked to an American girl selling a children's book she had written, and she recommended a man named Charlie who actually owned the Hot Springs I had read about online and who runs a private tour guide business outside the port gate. We looked for his bright pink shirt as we walked outside the gate and found several him, as well as several other tour operators holding up signs. Charlie was awesome he asked us what we would like to do and we told him a historical tour of the town and to go to his hot springs. For an extremely reasonable price he arranged our cab and guide and we were off to the town of Trujillo where our assigned guide John gave us a very informative tour of the fort, cemetary, and town that lasted about an hour. We walked back to Charlie after the tour and he arranged a cab to his hot springs. The hot springs are a series of pools in a sort of jungle garden. The facilities are kind of rustic and the bathrooms could use a good cleaning, but what a phenomenal, magical experience. It was New Years Day 2015 and we had the whole place to ourselves except for the gate guard who later chopped down some fresh coconuts and opened them up for us. We had brought our own water and snacks which was a good thing since there is nothing out there except the coconuts! Our cab arrived right on time and we were back at the port with plenty of time to walk back into town and shop! My husband found free wifi in the park in the center of town and hung out while I shopped. I would highly recommend Charlie. I have an email and phone number if anyone would like it. You can also find him on FB, his name is Charlie Biondolillo.

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I am not sure if this is the greatest spot to post my Trujillo trip report so if someone knows of a better spot please let me know. I know I had difficulty finding any info on private tours prior to my cruise on the Ryndam last week so I thought I'd share how our Trujillo experience worked out!

I decided to just see what there was at port once we docked to see if we could find a private tour. I had also read about some hot springs about 7 km away from town located on the property of a closed hotel.On the day of our Trujillo arrival, my husband and I managed to get on an early tender, talked to an American girl selling a children's book she had written, and she recommended a man named Charlie who actually owned the Hot Springs I had read about online and who runs a private tour guide business outside the port gate. We looked for his bright pink shirt as we walked outside the gate and found several him, as well as several other tour operators holding up signs. Charlie was awesome he asked us what we would like to do and we told him a historical tour of the town and to go to his hot springs. For an extremely reasonable price he arranged our cab and guide and we were off to the town of Trujillo where our assigned guide John gave us a very informative tour of the fort, cemetary, and town that lasted about an hour. We walked back to Charlie after the tour and he arranged a cab to his hot springs. The hot springs are a series of pools in a sort of jungle garden. The facilities are kind of rustic and the bathrooms could use a good cleaning, but what a phenomenal, magical experience. It was New Years Day 2015 and we had the whole place to ourselves except for the gate guard who later chopped down some fresh coconuts and opened them up for us. We had brought our own water and snacks which was a good thing since there is nothing out there except the coconuts! Our cab arrived right on time and we were back at the port with plenty of time to walk back into town and shop! My husband found free wifi in the park in the center of town and hung out while I shopped. I would highly recommend Charlie. I have an email and phone number if anyone would like it. You can also find him on FB, his name is Charlie Biondolillo.

 

Hi TammLynn,

We sail the Ryndam on the 22nd March and will be in Trujillo on the 25th. This looks just like the sort of thing we were looking for. Firstly was there plenty of time to return to the ship before departure. Secondly could you give us an idea of cost. Did you manage to swim in the hot springs??. Thanks in advance Bob n Dee

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Hi TammLynn,

We sail the Ryndam on the 22nd March and will be in Trujillo on the 25th. This looks just like the sort of thing we were looking for. Firstly was there plenty of time to return to the ship before departure. Secondly could you give us an idea of cost. Did you manage to swim in the hot springs??. Thanks in advance Bob n Dee

 

When we were in Trujillo we had booked a day at Tranquility Bay Beach Retreat. You can buy a day pass or rent a cabana for the day. We prepaid transportation and a boat was waiting to take us from the center of town to the retreat. Two excursions in one. We had a beautiful day on a private beach where we could horseback ride, snorkel, paddleboard, etc. They also have a small restaurant and a tiki bar on their well manicured property for refreshing pina coladas. Best massage I've ever had - only $40. This was a private retreat that I didn't want to leave!!! The wonderful owners (Larry & Linda) are from Canada and so down to earth - they were perfect hosts! Highly recommend!

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What about Bodden? has anyone used them in Trujillo. Do they offer anything other than the snorkel excursion?

 

We took Victor Bodden’s “Trujillo Fishing Experience” on January 7th out of the new port in Trujillo, Honduras while on a 7 day cruise out of Houston aboard the Norwegian Jewel. The price was $90 per hour, with a two hour minimum and we booked the excursion for three hours for the morning. Prior to our trip I had a couple of email exchanged with Mr. Bodden and was very impressed at the prompt response to each of my questions. It was explained to me that we would travel about 15 minutes from the pier (which is within walking distance of where the cruise ship disembarks it’s passengers) and fish for large catch like Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, Tuna, Marlin, Jacks, Grouper and Snapper. I was assured that if there were any problems or concerns to contact Mr. Bodden directly and immediately while in Honduras and to not wait, so that he could rectify the situation. My brother and I, both in our 20’s have both fished all of our lives and we were really looking forward to something so incredible.

Upon arrival to the kiosk to check in for our excursion we were met with a group of men that seemed somewhat confused and disheveled that morning. The weather was a bit drizzly and cloudy, the streets were muddy and I just assumed that the entire town was in a bit of frenzy with the ship being in port. We asked if the weather was going to hold up for our excursion and were told that “everything should clear up and they were expecting sunny skies within an hour”. We were escorted through an alley, behind a bar and over to a pier that was partially collapsing in areas to board a 15 ft boat that looked as if it were out of a National Geographic magazine. This is absolutely not what I was expecting, from the pictures displayed on their website http://www.bestoftrujillo.com. Jumping down to our small vessel we met the captain, who spoke absolutely no English. At this point, we were joined by a young man within the age of 17 or 18 who spoke some English and we were on our way. After about 15 minutes we were given our fishing rods (equipment that was partially broken and easily 15-20 years old) and told that we could start trolling at this point. It was to our surprise that we were not set up in any way to fish for the aforementioned fish. Instead we would be trolling at depths of around 5 feet to catch fish of a much smaller variety. We continued out into the open sea for about an additional 30 minutes, catching two small fish along the way. Again, we are trying to make the best of the situation at this point, given it is raining pretty hard and visibility was starting to become an issue. We stopped at one point because our lines had become entangled, this is where our trip turned from bad to miserable. The rain was coming down so hard that our captain was scooping water from the boat with a cut up liter bottle. The swells were so high that our boat nearly capsized at several points. We had to ask the young guy to tell the captain to head back as we were not enjoying ourselves and we were both truly scared. He drove the boat around for nearly an hour and a half before he regained a sense of direction. We were lost, fighting the wind, rain and waves to make it back to the pier. All in all we spent about 2 ½ hours in the ocean, 45 mins of which were spent fishing for much smaller fish then we were told to expect. When arriving back to shore we immediately went to Bodden’s tour kiosk and ask to speak to Victor immediately. We were told he was not available, we asked again and was told “he is coming”. After waiting for about 15 minutes a man (who’s name I cannot recall) come up and asked what was the issue. We asked if he was Victor and he stated no, but he was the manager. We explained the situation and after exclaiming that we were in great danger, did not feel safe and that the tour was not what we expected he asked “So what do you want?”. We told him that we felt that the tour should be refunded. He disagreed and said that the weather wasn’t that bad “look, you cannot see rain from here”. To wrap this up, after arguing for nearly 30 minutes, demanding to speak to Victor on the phone and being told that our recollection of the experience wasn’t true… we received 2/3 our money back for the tour.

I understand that Bodden Tours cannot control the weather or if fish are biting. However, we were sold on an excursion that was NOT offered. When asking about the weather we were not told of rain off the coast nor do we feel as if they took appropriate measures to ensure our safety. The boat was not equipped with a radar, they didn’t have a phone to check the weather… nothing. There was no navigation system aboard the boat, no depth finder… nothing! The life jackets onboard were minimal and we were only told to put them on before disembarking when the young man spotted a navy vessel saying that “they require them to be worn”.

Most off, the customer service provided was inexcusable. This was absolutely the worst traveling experience in my life. We were fearful for our lives and no empathy or reasoning was given. I DO NOT recommend Victor Bodden or his tour company to anyone. I understand that I am in the minority here and that this is apparently unheard of with his group but please be forewarned! DO NOT USE THIS TOUR COMPANY! Their disregard for the safety of their guests, their misrepresentation of the tour itself and their lack of genuine customer service should be enough reason for you to look elsewhere when planning a memorable vacation experience.

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We took Victor Bodden’s “Trujillo Fishing Experience” on January 7th out of the new port in Trujillo, Honduras while on a 7 day cruise out of Houston aboard the Norwegian Jewel. The price was $90 per hour, with a two hour minimum and we booked the excursion for three hours for the morning. Prior to our trip I had a couple of email exchanged with Mr. Bodden and was very impressed at the prompt response to each of my questions. It was explained to me that we would travel about 15 minutes from the pier (which is within walking distance of where the cruise ship disembarks it’s passengers) and fish for large catch like Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, Tuna, Marlin, Jacks, Grouper and Snapper. I was assured that if there were any problems or concerns to contact Mr. Bodden directly and immediately while in Honduras and to not wait, so that he could rectify the situation. My brother and I, both in our 20’s have both fished all of our lives and we were really looking forward to something so incredible.

Upon arrival to the kiosk to check in for our excursion we were met with a group of men that seemed somewhat confused and disheveled that morning. The weather was a bit drizzly and cloudy, the streets were muddy and I just assumed that the entire town was in a bit of frenzy with the ship being in port. We asked if the weather was going to hold up for our excursion and were told that “everything should clear up and they were expecting sunny skies within an hour”. We were escorted through an alley, behind a bar and over to a pier that was partially collapsing in areas to board a 15 ft boat that looked as if it were out of a National Geographic magazine. This is absolutely not what I was expecting, from the pictures displayed on their website http://www.bestoftrujillo.com. Jumping down to our small vessel we met the captain, who spoke absolutely no English. At this point, we were joined by a young man within the age of 17 or 18 who spoke some English and we were on our way. After about 15 minutes we were given our fishing rods (equipment that was partially broken and easily 15-20 years old) and told that we could start trolling at this point. It was to our surprise that we were not set up in any way to fish for the aforementioned fish. Instead we would be trolling at depths of around 5 feet to catch fish of a much smaller variety. We continued out into the open sea for about an additional 30 minutes, catching two small fish along the way. Again, we are trying to make the best of the situation at this point, given it is raining pretty hard and visibility was starting to become an issue. We stopped at one point because our lines had become entangled, this is where our trip turned from bad to miserable. The rain was coming down so hard that our captain was scooping water from the boat with a cut up liter bottle. The swells were so high that our boat nearly capsized at several points. We had to ask the young guy to tell the captain to head back as we were not enjoying ourselves and we were both truly scared. He drove the boat around for nearly an hour and a half before he regained a sense of direction. We were lost, fighting the wind, rain and waves to make it back to the pier. All in all we spent about 2 ½ hours in the ocean, 45 mins of which were spent fishing for much smaller fish then we were told to expect. When arriving back to shore we immediately went to Bodden’s tour kiosk and ask to speak to Victor immediately. We were told he was not available, we asked again and was told “he is coming”. After waiting for about 15 minutes a man (who’s name I cannot recall) come up and asked what was the issue. We asked if he was Victor and he stated no, but he was the manager. We explained the situation and after exclaiming that we were in great danger, did not feel safe and that the tour was not what we expected he asked “So what do you want?”. We told him that we felt that the tour should be refunded. He disagreed and said that the weather wasn’t that bad “look, you cannot see rain from here”. To wrap this up, after arguing for nearly 30 minutes, demanding to speak to Victor on the phone and being told that our recollection of the experience wasn’t true… we received 2/3 our money back for the tour.

I understand that Bodden Tours cannot control the weather or if fish are biting. However, we were sold on an excursion that was NOT offered. When asking about the weather we were not told of rain off the coast nor do we feel as if they took appropriate measures to ensure our safety. The boat was not equipped with a radar, they didn’t have a phone to check the weather… nothing. There was no navigation system aboard the boat, no depth finder… nothing! The life jackets onboard were minimal and we were only told to put them on before disembarking when the young man spotted a navy vessel saying that “they require them to be worn”.

Most off, the customer service provided was inexcusable. This was absolutely the worst traveling experience in my life. We were fearful for our lives and no empathy or reasoning was given. I DO NOT recommend Victor Bodden or his tour company to anyone. I understand that I am in the minority here and that this is apparently unheard of with his group but please be forewarned! DO NOT USE THIS TOUR COMPANY! Their disregard for the safety of their guests, their misrepresentation of the tour itself and their lack of genuine customer service should be enough reason for you to look elsewhere when planning a memorable vacation experience.

 

 

Nicely written. Please be sure to copy and paste this post under Bodden Tours, on Trip Advisor. Your experience needs to be known by future travelers who rely on such reviews to avoid becoming a victim of unsafe excursions or unacceptable business practices. I realize this is a new port in an undeveloped/poor area of Honduras, but from what you've described, this is not acceptable (in my books). Trujillo is truly a beautiful area...I wish the (local)people much success...and the majority are willing to earn it!!! By the way, Victor Bodden is an independent tour operator from Roatan (I believe)...they just recently setup shop in Banana Coast.

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First of all, when you go to Trujillo, take cash with you. Small bills only. Most of the handmade artisans do not take credit cards and they can rarely make change. In addition, the ATM machine on the Jewel was out of order on the cruise prior to ours in December.

 

Most importantly, I received this message from my friend in Trujillo:

 

"Hi Ladies, I want to tell you about a situation that is happening in Honduras. Have you heard of credit card cloning? It's when you use an ATM and a bank employee sells your card number and PIN number. They sell the information and then a new card is made. These can be sold all over the world. They can use the card at the exact same time that you are using your own card. This happened to me again today. This is my 4th time. They have stolen over $20,000 from me. I checked my account this morning, everything looked ok. I went to make a purchase and my card was shut down because the fraud dept caught it. I always have the money reimbursed because it's insured by the FDIC. Here is the problem. When this happens, I have to have a new card sent overnight to my home address in MN and then my friend has to FedEx it to me here. This can take several days and causes all kinds of problems. I have another credit card I can use but it doesn't have as much money on it. You can see how this would effect people on their nice vacations. Everyone should know that they should call their cc company to let them know that they are traveling. Here's what they don't know: most of the ATM's on Roatan are bad. The only one that is not tied to this crime is the one at the ferry dock and the airport. The Banco Atlantida in a Trujillo is bad. This is a serious problem since cruisers cannot get cash on the ship. I don't know what to do about this but I'm going to start with you two since you are linked to cruisers? This affects the businesses in the area. I am very limited on what I can buy until I get my new card. I am going to go around and put signs on ATM's I know are affected. This has to be stopped! When you pass this information on to cruisers please DO NOT MENTION MY NAME for safety reasons. Please let me know if you have questions. I'm trying to protect and warn future passengers coming to this amazing country."

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Hi tammlynn,

 

Thanks for the thorough review! I would very much like the contact information for Charlie if you still have it. We'll be there next week and would like to try to reach him beforehand if possible. Thanks a bunch in advance!

My email is laurenlarue"at"outlook"dot"com

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Hi everyone, we just got back from a Holland America cruise that stopped in Trujillo (banana coast) on March 4th, 2015. This forum was very helpful to us and I was constantly searching the internet prior to our trip for more information on this new port.

 

We did not pre-book an excursion here as I heard there were several tour companies who didn't have an internet presence yet but were available once you arrived. We arrived at the port via tender, was an easy process and walked around the port facilities and vendors for a bit. Then we walked towards the town square and encountered several different tour operators offering information along the way. We met Charlie, in a pink shirt, and got some information about his hot springs and he was very friendly and helpful. He suggested we walk through town first, do some shopping and see the sights and then come back this way after if we wanted to book a tour.

 

The square is very nice, small but picturesque. There is a big law enforcement presence here which made us feel very safe even though every single person we encountered was courteous, friendly and welcoming. Everyone wanted the tourists to feel safe so we would return to this port and keep the cruises coming back and it shows because I've never been anywhere so hospitable.

 

We shopped some local vendors, walked around and took pictures and had a beer at this big pink building near the church on the square that Charlie recommended but I can't remember the name. It was a bar/restaurant and was air conditioned, clean bathrooms and friendly.

 

Even though it is probably not recommended we did end up getting in a local cab that stopped us on the street. There were several cabs who were trying to solicit business by offering tours of the island and at first we said no thank you but this one gentleman was very friendly and only asked $3 from us for a tour. I was hesitant but my husband had a good feeling and agreed. Once we got in the cab, the driver drove by the police officers who were monitoring the square and told them who we were and where we were going and how much he was going to charge us. This made me feel very safe!

 

He took us all around, we made several stops to get out and take pictures. We saw schools, restaurants, local hotels, a cemetery and the where the locals lived. The roads are dirt roads, bumpy and not very developed and it was very informative to see how everyone really lived. It is a poor community but everyone is very proud of their culture and happy to share it with us. We probably spent about an hour and then he offered to take us to a beach resort for a drink or anywhere we wanted to go but we just asked to be dropped back off in the square so we could explore more on our own. We paid him $20 because he was so nice.

 

We walked back down the hill to where the vendors and beach front bars and restaurants were and found TRUXILLO TOURS. http://www.facebook.com/truxillotours

 

We met a guy named Alex who was super friendly and they offered several different tours such as the starfish snorkel tour, a boat tour of the lagoon and mangroves and a few others I can't remember. There are several companies who look similar, have similar names and logos and they all offer tours and are friendly so I don't think you can choose wrong but I want to be specific about who we booked with because we were very happy with it. We had wanted to exlore the mangroves so we booked a boat tour for $30 a person. If we had been able to get a larger group together, we could have spent less but as it was, it was just the 2 of us so it was a private tour. We paid, walked down to the water and boarded the boat. We took a leisurely tour of the coast, keeping an eye out for birds and fish and Alex gave us a lot of history of the island and great information about the mangroves and wildlife. We passed several fishermen on tiny boats, they all waved and were friendly. We searched for secluded areas of the mangroves and it was beautiful. We went out to the huge lagoon and Alex told us lots of fun facts and history and neighboring villages along the water. Once we were ready to go back, he asked if we wanted to get lunch or a drink anywhere as we still had several hours in port before we had to go back to the ship. We said sure if he had any suggestions and he told us his favorite place was on the water and known for their shrimp, which is caught right there in the lagoon. It was called the CROOKED PALM (but it was in spanish so I think it was PALMA TORCIDA) and he offered to take us right there on the boat after the tour. He said he could drop us off, wait an hour or two and come back and pick us up and take us back to the port if we wanted to even though it was only a 10 minute walk along the beach to get back to the port. That was so nice of him but once we arrived at the restaurant, we saw how close it was to walk and we said that wasn't necessary and we'd just head back on our own after lunch. So we hopped out of the boat right in front of the restaurant and Alex waved over his favorite waiter and told him to take care of us.

 

He was a big guy with long dreadlocks and I think his name was Blue or Big Blue, something along those lines. He was so polite and friendly! They had a big white canopy on the beach of several tables and chairs and then beach chairs right along the water. We picked a table and he brought out menus immediately and let us get settled. There were some other folks at nearby tables and one was an American who was retired and spent 3-6 months of the year there in Trujillo. They also had free WIFI.

 

We decided to share an order of the GARLIC SHRIMP and ordered drinks and just enjoyed the breeze and music while we waited for our food. Once it arrived, the shrimp were huge and it came with sauteed peppers, rice and beans, a side salad and banana chips and it was all amazing! We ate every bit of it and it was just enough food for us to split and not feel too overstuffed. It was truly yummy and the service was wonderful.

 

Once we were ready to head back, we said goodbye and walked along the water just straight down the coast back to the port area. It probably took 10 minutes or less.

 

We enjoyed every bit of our visit to Trujillo. Once we got back to the port area, everyone we passed thanked us for visiting their town, they asked if we enjoyed it. Just friendly people on the street. They all smiled and waved and wished us a great rest of our cruise. I would go back for sure. It is not developed, it's still very rural and not everyone speaks english, as they shouldn't, but everyone is friendly and not pushy at all. Just happy to share their home with you and hopeful you'll spend a little money there and come back again.

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Thank you. Are ships now docked there or are they still tendered? We just had an itinerary change and this is one of the added ports.

 

Can you share what line you are sailing that is using this as a substitute? I am excited to see it getting visitors as we loved our beach excursion there. I am trying recall the name of it, but you can probably find it further back in the thread.

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Can you share what line you are sailing that is using this as a substitute? I am excited to see it getting visitors as we loved our beach excursion there. I am trying recall the name of it, but you can probably find it further back in the thread.

 

 

Azamara replaced two ports and added this one and Labadee....certainly not happy about Labadee. I don't know if it's because of Hurricane Otto and the anticipation of nasty weather or what. I just got notice on Saturday and we sail next week.

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