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Sail Date: February 2019
Go to Governor's Beach which is a short walk to the left of the port. Amazing snorkeling! The town is sad, though; hurricane damage and poverty are evident. People were very warm and friendly, and so appreciative of our business.
Go to Governor's Beach which is a short walk to the left of the port. Amazing snorkeling! The town is sad, though; hurricane damage and poverty are evident. People were very warm and friendly, and so appreciative of our business. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
Spent the day at Jack's Shack on a ten dollar rental chair/umbrella combo ten feet from perfect water. Good lunch at Jack's but the Doodles were MIA which was disappointing.
Spent the day at Jack's Shack on a ten dollar rental chair/umbrella combo ten feet from perfect water. Good lunch at Jack's but the Doodles were MIA which was disappointing. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
A beautiful and fun port build by Carnival. The beach is incredible and Jimmy Buffet's is a must try.
A beautiful and fun port build by Carnival. The beach is incredible and Jimmy Buffet's is a must try. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Very small island with friendly people. There is a great small museum that has relics from a caravel, the Pinta? We spent about an hour there. Also had some conch fritters..They were okay.
Very small island with friendly people. There is a great small museum that has relics from a caravel, the Pinta? We spent about an hour there. Also had some conch fritters..They were okay. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Very low key island. Only port I've been to where you can swim on a beach next to the ship. Cockburn town is 4 miles away. Museum is worth a visit, especially for the exhibits on the Molasses Reef wreck of a Spanish caravel (possibly ... Read More
Very low key island. Only port I've been to where you can swim on a beach next to the ship. Cockburn town is 4 miles away. Museum is worth a visit, especially for the exhibits on the Molasses Reef wreck of a Spanish caravel (possibly Columbus's Pinta) that dates to around 1500 and is the oldest shipwreck found in the Caribbean. I walked to town. It seemed that many buildings along the way were unoccupied, especially commercial buildings. A number of government offices scattered around, not much else. About the same number of wandering dogs as people, and probably more of the famous wild donkeys. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Lovely beach. Don’t pay for sunbeds, get off the ship early and the blue sunbeds with green umbrellas saying GTCC on it,
Lovely beach. Don’t pay for sunbeds, get off the ship early and the blue sunbeds with green umbrellas saying GTCC on it, Read Less

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