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sak1975's Port Reviews of Falmouth, Cozumel
Oasis of the Seas cruise in February 2013
Member Name: sak1975
Cruise Date: February 2013
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Destination: Western Caribbean
Member Review: sak1975's Oasis of the Seas Review
Falmouth
Port Rating: 4.0 out of 5+
The Falmouth Port in Jamaica was quite a surprise. The whole port area was brand new with the introduction of the Oasis and Allure. The port had not been used in many, many years. Royal Caribbean actually built the port to host their ships.

A whole shopping square was developed for the guests upon going ashore. There were shops such as Diamonds International and Tanzanite International, Pirana Joe, and others. There was even a Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville under construction. This little area took the anxiety of Jamaica away.

Once outside of the cruise port, it was typical Jamaica. There were the regular tours available to Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. Some of the highlighted tours were the Dunn's River Falls and beach escapes.

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Cozumel
Port Rating: Not Rated
Cozumel, upon arrival, does not give a great wow. If there is anything great about Cozumel, you have to go in search of it. There is no fancy marketplace to shop that is inviting like Falmouth, Jamaica or St. Maarten.

There were a number of excursions offered by the ship to Playa Mia, a beach with some added amenities along with other tours of the Mayan Ruins.

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