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Key West is the southernmost point in the continental US and the largest and most vibrant island of the Florida Keys. Located closer to Cuba than to Miami, Key West's remote, romantic, island allure laced with all the comforts of a bustling US city have made it one of the funkiest ports of call in all of cruising. For such a small island, there is an extraordinary variety of activities to enjoy, including a wide array of excursions, historical tours, unique architecture, world-class fishing and diving, eclectic shopping, and great entertainment.
Half Moon Cay, our private, nude island for a day, is located on 45 acres of the 2,400 acre Little San Salvador island in the Bahamas. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful and pristine of the cruise lines' private islands. Half Moon Cay offers everything you need for a day of play in paradise: a two-mile crescent of perfect beach, an interior lagoon, private beachside cabanas with butler service, showers and misters, and all manner of water sports and activities.
Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas
Grand Turk In addition to the beauty and history of the island, Grand Turk is home to the Grand Turk Cruise Center, a world-class beach-front tourist facility. Nestled among nearly 18 acres of landscaped grounds, guests can swim in the sparkling ocean waters or in one of the largest swimming pools in the Caribbean. The Cruise Center is also home to the Caribbean's largest Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville restaurant and has 35,000 feet of shop space with duty free, jewelery, locally crafted souvenirs, and food and beverage facilities. The nearby Grand Turk FlowRider surfing attraction, offered as a shore excursion through Carnival, is the only one of its kind located in a cruise facility.
Amber Cove is an exciting destination located in the heart of the Dominican Republic's breathtaking North Coast. Just outside the historical town of Puerto Plata, this beautiful stop will provid a combination of "fun in the sun" activities and eco-tourism, along with unique sightseeing, dining, and cultural experiences. The port is situated in a picturesque cove that serves as the backdrop for soaring mountains and lush tropical landscape. Its cobblestone plazas will be lined with a wide variety of retail offerings and themed restaurants. Amber Cove will feature one of the most extensive shore excursion programs available in the Caribbean.