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11 Night Caribbean Cruise from New York

11 Night Caribbean Cruise from New York (Manhattan)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    New York (Manhattan)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Miami
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Cozumel
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Isla de Providencia
  • Day 10
    San Andres Island
  • Day 11
    Little Corn Island
  • Day 11
    Little Corn Island
  • Day 12
    Puerto Limon

Fram

Fram - Hurtigruten

Sails the globe from the Arctic to the Antarctic Circle

Observation lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows

Nature is center stage -- from icebergs to whales


Cruise Reviews

5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
I came to enjoy the cruise with my wife. Upgraded to suite and met some lovely people while on board. We have had some weather challenges snd couldnt dock, but overall enjoyed the day by day experience. Met nice restaurant team, ... Read More
I came to enjoy the cruise with my wife. Upgraded to suite and met some lovely people while on board. We have had some weather challenges snd couldnt dock, but overall enjoyed the day by day experience. Met nice restaurant team, housekeeping guy, Captain and funny Hotel Manager. Great welcome speech by the way. When we spoke with him all the things got way better! Chef Gundi we loved and his food. When we received a sad info that cruise got cancelled due to technical issues we tried to save and solve this cruise, we encountered a terrible and unfriendly person on expedition desk, black hair expedition coordinator. She is the most unfriendly.snd unprofessional person we met in the past 20 year cruising. Very rude and she ignores our questions. I am not sure how can you hire this person. One man on reception bolded, he ignored our questions and directed wrong. Hire a person who is a guest oriented. All in all Reception and other team helped us out. Thank you so much, but coordinator and guest relation manager ruined our day and cruise. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We have just returned from a trip on the Fram. We went to the Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica. Food was great. Expedition team delivered a smooth and safe trip for us. There were 182 passengers. We did two landings or small boat ... Read More
We have just returned from a trip on the Fram. We went to the Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica. Food was great. Expedition team delivered a smooth and safe trip for us. There were 182 passengers. We did two landings or small boat cruises on days where the weather permitted or we were not at sea. Did some lovely scenic cruises on board the ship, which I loved. On most days, but especially on days at sea ( travelling to the Falklands or to Antarctica from South Georgia), lectures or “ science corner” sessions were given by the expedition team. Some were historical, ornithological, marine mammal or ecological. Very high quality of expedition staff. They were available during landings to answer questions and point out interesting things to see. Our Drake Passage crossing was calm, however we experienced some rough seas crossing from South Georgia to Antarctica. We dressed warmly, honestly I never felt cold. My husband and I kayaked in Antarctica which was a great experience. We were in the hands of two very experienced kayak guides. That experience was probably my top adventure experience. Highly recommended. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
We booked the MS Fram out of New York to Halifax, NS. The ship itself is beautiful with sleek Euro styling, glass, and mirrors everywhere. Nice lounges, great sauna, lots of deck space and so forth. A nice touch was the gift of a ... Read More
We booked the MS Fram out of New York to Halifax, NS. The ship itself is beautiful with sleek Euro styling, glass, and mirrors everywhere. Nice lounges, great sauna, lots of deck space and so forth. A nice touch was the gift of a Hurtigruten Explorer jacket. We were lucky to have a cabin with a queen bed on what they call Artic Superior. The lower part of the ship has bunk beds. The dining is below American standards. The breakfast buffet would not pass Maricopa County Arizona Health standards. The food was cold and not keep at proper temperature for a buffet. The eggs were put out sunny side up with with whites uncooked. There was no cook to order egg station. Pancakes cold. Everything was cold beginning with the plates. The soups were cold, cold bacon. Lunch was the same beginning with a cold bowl for your soup or cold plate for the buffet.. At dinner you had one choice of entre. Not really a choice. They just brought out today's meal. One night they served steaks. I was lucky to get a medium one. One our tablemates had to ask for a well done one. One night they had a vegetarian meal. I passed and left the plate there and went to bed. One night they served a Ceasar salad with the meal. My wife would never pick a Ceasar salad from the menu. It did not have any romaine lettuce in it? BTW no iceberg or romaine lettuce for the entire trip. Only spring mix and arugula was served. My beverage machine trick was to fill the cold cup with hot water and wait a minute. I dump it out and then had the machine make hot chocolate or coffee. They was no sense putting hot chocolate in an ice cold cup. In the bar one customer got into it with the bartender about the short pours. They filled the shot glass about 7/8 full and that was it. Expensive to boot considering they are serving tax free alcohol. There was no entertainment per se. They had lectures about the islands and ports which were helpful. They even had talks about Antarctica and other cruised they offer. If you are a liberal, you would love their Environmental whacko lectures. The service was substandard to the US market. Late room make up service or they are pounding on your door while you are in the shower. They do not have a modern card system whereby they know if you are in the room or not. In the dining room, there really wasn't any service since they brought everyone at the table the same thing. On two nights they had buffets- an American buffet one night with undercooked bratwurst, and a Phillipino night. The ports were great, the scenery fine. We had good hot lunches ashore about 4-5 times on the voyage. The launches went fast and were safe. There were no wet landings. We went to a lot of neat places. Read Less
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