2522 Capital Cir NE Ste 14
Tallahassee, FL 32308
850.386.7327
9-Night Yucatan Channel Cruise
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Friday, November 8 - FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
Originally a fort built by the U.S. Army in 1838, during the Second Seminole War, Ft. Lauderdale has little left of its warlike past. Instead the city welcomes visitors with broad beaches and an easy pace of life, plus convenient air and water connections that make the city a perfect place to begin or end a cruise.

Saturday, November 9 - AT SEA
Sunday, November 10 - GRAND TURK
Although there are numerous spots on land that invite relaxation and exploration, the Turks and Caicos are really all about the water. More specifically, they're all about what's beneath the water. These islands have some of the best diving and snorkeling anywhere, courtesy of one of the world's largest network of coral reefs, easily accessible off the islands' shores. One reef, aptly called the Wall, is particularly spectacular; it drops 7,000 feet-straight down. Between the shore and the reef, the water is only waist deep, providing a perfect place for beginning snorkelers to get their feet wet.

Turks & Caicos
Belize City, Belize

Monday, November 11 - AT SEA
Tuesday, November 12 - GUSTAVIA, ST. BARTS
St. Barts forms part of the French Overseas Region of Guadeloupe. Descendants of settlers from Brittany and Normandy operate its tiny inns, shops and restaurants. This charming, slow-paced island attracts tourists year-round to its shores. The graceful meadows surrounded by low stone fences, spectacular beaches, the small volcanic mountains and the quaint Creole-style villages are just several of the alluring aspects of this tranquil island.

Wednesday, November 13 - COCONUT GROVE, NEVIS
A singularly divine destination in the two-island nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis is Coconut Grove Restaurant & Wine Lounge, aptly named on all counts. “Coconut Grove” for the coconut trees that surround it; “Restaurant” for the delectable dishes created by Culinary Institute of America graduate and dietician, Chef Stephen Smith; and “Wine Lounge” for the stupendous variety and quality of wines offered from its wine cellar, the only awarded wine cache on the island. The official count ranges from 4,000 to 8,000 bottles, but no matter: fine vintages pair brilliantly with Franco-Caribbean fusion cuisine. On par with the menu is the setting, elegant South Seas with rustic timbers, thatched roof and colorful textiles. Outside are an infinity pool and views across the two-mile “The Narrows” channel to sister island, Saint Kitts. Elsewhere on the island, luxuriant rainforest, old sugar plantations, volcanic hot springs and the nine-mile Upper Round Road, perfect for mountain biking, encourage both active and relaxing pursuits.

Roatan Island, Honduras
Cozumel, Mexico

Thursday, November 14 - TORTOLA-ROADTOWN, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
Tortola and the other British Virgin Islands were long the haunts of pirates of the Caribbean. The hidden coves of pearl-white beaches now shelter sailboats, yachts and sunbathers but the island's buccaneering spirit lives on.

Friday, November 15 - AT SEA
Saturday, November 16 - AT SEA
Sunday, November 17 - FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
Originally a fort built by the U.S. Army in 1838, during the Second Seminole War, Ft. Lauderdale has little left of its warlike past. Instead the city welcomes visitors with broad beaches and an easy pace of life, plus convenient air and water connections that make the city a perfect place to begin or end a cruise.

New Orleans, Louisiana