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Ports of Call & Itinerary

First Sailing

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Miami, FLSaturdayJan, 18-4:00 pm
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At SeaSundayJan, 19--
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Costa Maya, MexicoMondayJan, 209:00 am6:00 pm
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Cozumel, MexicoTuesdayJan, 219:00 am11:00 pm
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At SeaWednesdayJan, 22--
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Key West, FLThursdayJan, 238:00 am4:00 pm
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Nassau, BahamasFridayJan, 2411:00 am6:00 pm
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Miami, FLSaturdayJan, 257:00 am-

 

Miami, FL

Our departure port of Miami has an amazing medley of cultures and flashy urban settings, which make it a scene to be seen. Before we set sail, there is much to explore with the trendy Art Deco district of South Beach, Calle Ocho in Little Havana, the super-upscale neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. Take a trip on the unique ecosystem of the Everglades and the airboat adventure, where prehistoric creatures like alligators and crocodiles lurk along ‘The River Of Grass’… the perfect start before stepping aboard.


Costa Maya, Mexico

Puerto Costa Maya is an exclusive facility specifically built to accommodate cruise ship passengers. It is located on the Caribbean coast of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The state of Yucatán is to the north, Campeche is to the west and the country of Belize is to the south. Not far from the little fishing village of Majahual, the cruise complex offers passengers the opportunity to relax with a cool drink under a seaside cabana, swim in the refreshing waters of the saltwater pool, try the food at any of the different cafes or browse the numerous stores and shops. The cruise facility of Puerto Costa Maya, while facing the blue waters of the Caribbean, is surrounded by miles of flat, low lying forests. It is not the forest itself which is so interesting or attractive; rather what can be found in the forest which visitors who venture out will remember for a lifetime.


Cozumel, Mexico

Just off the coast of the Mexican mainland, the porous mass of limestone that arches out of the water has over time become one of the world’s great ocean playgrounds. But Cozumel is about more than ethereal beaches: the island is ranked among the world’s premier dive and fishing spots. And a mere ferry ride away you can explore centuries of human splendor in the Mayan ruins at Tulum, spectacularly sited on the sea cliffs.


Key West, FL

Key West is the southernmost point of the United States. The water and the climate of the “Conch Republic” have been drawing visitors for centuries, from Ponce de Leon to Harry Truman and writers such as Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams. Enjoy a stroll down lively Duval Street with its assortment of bars, restaurants and unique shops. Visit Mallory Square and see an array of amazing magicians, musicians and street performers. Area highlights for cruise visitors include the Ernest Hemingway House (full of many-toed cats!), McCoy Indigenous Park (full of rescued marine animals) and numerous local beaches.


Nassau, Bahamas

Just a few hundred miles from Florida lie the magical islands of the Bahamas, with its 100,000 miles of the most gorgeous crystal blue waters on the planet, and whose capital city Nassau teems with a cultural mix of lively Caribbean flavor and proud British tradition. Christened in 1695, Nassau over the centuries has been home to everyone from pirates to fugitive slaves, from rum smugglers to runaway lovers over the centuries. Now it is the home of the world famous Atlantis resort, marching flamingos, and incredible shopping, dining and sightseeing, especially along popular Bay Street. The beaches are unbeatable, with miles of spectacular beaches and brilliant coral reefs perfect for snorkeling. If you're a James Bond fan, four movies were filmed here, and you can visit some of the locations such as the British Colonial Hotel. Sway to the rich Bahamian musical sounds of Junkanoo, Goombay and rake n’ scrape, filled with the rhythms of West African dance music. Whether you want to bask on powdery white beaches and swim in pristine turquoise waters, shop at luxury boutiques, enjoy seafood right out of the ocean or try your luck at the largest casino in the Caribbean, a Nassau Paradise Island offers it all.


Second Sailing

PortDayDateArrivalDeparture
PortDayDateArrivalDeparture
Miami, FLSaturdayMar, 14-4:00 pm
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Nassau, BahamasSundayMar, 158:00 am4:00 pm
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At SeaMondayMar, 16--
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Cozumel, MexicoTuesdayMar, 179:00 am11:00 pm
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At SeaWednesdayMar, 18--
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Grand Cayman, Cayman IslandsThursdayMar, 199:00 pm4:00 pm
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At SeaFridayMar, 20--
PortDayDateArrivalDeparture
Miami, FLSaturdayMar, 217:00 am-

 

Miami, FL

Our departure port of Miami has an amazing medley of cultures and flashy urban settings, which make it a scene to be seen. Before we set sail, there is much to explore with the trendy Art Deco district of South Beach, Calle Ocho in Little Havana, the super-upscale neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. Take a trip on the unique ecosystem of the Everglades and the airboat adventure, where prehistoric creatures like alligators and crocodiles lurk along ‘The River Of Grass’… the perfect start before stepping aboard.


Nassau, Bahamas

Just a few hundred miles from Florida lie the magical islands of the Bahamas, with its 100,000 miles of the most gorgeous crystal blue waters on the planet, and whose capital city Nassau teems with a cultural mix of lively Caribbean flavor and proud British tradition. Christened in 1695, Nassau over the centuries has been home to everyone from pirates to fugitive slaves, from rum smugglers to runaway lovers over the centuries. Now it is the home of the world famous Atlantis resort, marching flamingos, and incredible shopping, dining and sightseeing, especially along popular Bay Street. The beaches are unbeatable, with miles of spectacular beaches and brilliant coral reefs perfect for snorkeling. If you're a James Bond fan, four movies were filmed here, and you can visit some of the locations such as the British Colonial Hotel. Sway to the rich Bahamian musical sounds of Junkanoo, Goombay and rake n’ scrape, filled with the rhythms of West African dance music. Whether you want to bask on powdery white beaches and swim in pristine turquoise waters, shop at luxury boutiques, enjoy seafood right out of the ocean or try your luck at the largest casino in the Caribbean, a Nassau Paradise Island offers it all.


Cozumel, Mexico

Just off the coast of the Mexican mainland, the porous mass of limestone that arches out of the water has over time become one of the world’s great ocean playgrounds. But Cozumel is about more than ethereal beaches: the island is ranked among the world’s premier dive and fishing spots. And a mere ferry ride away you can explore centuries of human splendor in the Mayan ruins at Tulum, spectacularly sited on the sea cliffs.


Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Whether you are looking for complete relaxation, exquisite dining, exciting nightlife or the awesome underwater sights of its reefs, cosmopolitan Grand Cayman Island has something for everyone. On the west side of Grand Cayman you will find the famous Seven Mile Beach, the crescent-shaped natural wonder with boundless capacity for relaxation, often rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in all the Caribbean – and the least populated. Take a trip into the North Sound and visit Stingray City and the Sandbar where you have the rare opportunity to play with friendly Southern Stingrays. When you’re looking to get off the beach, get lost in the luxury of George Town, where colourful traditional Caribbean-style buildings meet high finance corporations and finish the day off with a sunset cocktail.