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We have a 3-day run at Cozumel, Roatan, and Costa Maya. We are going to West Bay in Roatan. That leaves touring the port at either Cozumel or Costa Maya. Think of this as a port to save money from going on an excursion and to just visit the shops, restaurants around the port, and utilize the drinks and dining we already paid for on the ship.

 

Cozumel: This would be a very easy decision to take an excursion if El Cielo was open. My daughter would love to go snorkeling and seeing the starfish. I know there are tours to other reefs and that would be just as enjoyable. The other benefit is this port stop is from 7AM - 6PM . Even with a snorkel excursion there is plenty of time to visit the port, grab a drink at one of the bars, and back to the ship.

 

Costa Maya: Since we will not be doing any ziplining, Mayan ruins, or anything like that, most of the things are resort day passes or snorkel trips to reefs. This port is only from 8AM - 3PM. Because of the amount of time, debating that this is probably the best port to just visit, enjoy what is around for free, and not venture too far from the ship. 

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@bigrednole

 

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To help you out I have moved your thread to the forum for multi Caribbean ports & itineraries titled Tales from the Caribbean -- Ask A Question / Share Some Info where it will be more on-topic, However it would probably be best for you to browse & research the following Port of Call forums for the ports you mention:

 

Ports of Call - Caribbean - Cozumel

Ports of Call - Caribbean - Costa Maya

 

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