Serving Millions of Book Lovers Since 1980. In my opinion, The Complete Guide to Caribbean Cruises is a must read for anyone considering a cruise!
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This book also provided much information on the cruise lines themselves. We ended up choosing Carnival for the Caribbean and were generally happy with them. I have never been on a cruise and this book has a lot of things that should be done, clothes to take, ports of call and things to do etc. I haven't read near all of it yet but it is very informative and will continue to read.
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Europe was the fastest-growing cruising region in the world in 2006, and more ships will cruise there in 2007 than ever before. Cruise expert Linda Coffman explains what makes a European cruise different and offers travelers insightful guidance on planning the best European cruise. Europe is the new hot cruise destination, and this fat book does a good job in detailing the highlights of each port.
The Complete Guide to Caribbean Cruises : A Cruise Lover's Guide to Selecting the Right Trip, with All the Best Ports of Call. Select Format: Paperback. I have never been on a cruise before but, after reading this book, I feel very prepared! 0. Report. Recently Viewed and Featured. Operation Fish: The race to save Europe's wealth, 1939-1945. But cruising in Europe isn't the same as cruising anywhere else in the world!
Europe was the fastest-growing cruising region in the world in 2006, and more ships will cruise there in 2007 than ever before.
Most Caribbean cruises leave from Florida embarkation ports, but when taking a Caribbean cruise you actually .
Most Caribbean cruises leave from Florida embarkation ports, but when taking a Caribbean cruise you actually have several options for where to leave from. In addition to the main cruise embarkation hubs of Fort Lauderdale and Miami in Florida, Caribbean cruises regularly leave from Cape Liberty, New Jersey and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Therefore, it’s worth it to plan ahead and book the Caribbean cruise you want to take when you still have a wide selection of stateroom types and location. Book Your Vacation Today.
Why do you need a complete guide to cruise? We'll explain
Why do you need a complete guide to cruise? We'll explain. There’s a saying around our offices that you start to hear every spring, when thoughts turn to summer vacations and we all start dreaming about days-weeks!-out of the office. Things are just better on the water, we say.