Eurodam: The Caribbean in pictures

//Eurodam: The Caribbean in pictures

I promised a few pictures of my recent Caribbean cruise on board Holland America’s Eurodam. Here they are at last.
Here’s the Eurodam berthed at Carnival’s cruise centre on the island of Grand Turk, where we spent a pleasant morning on the beach.
Next day we were joined in the harbour of San Juan, Puerto Rico, by another splendid new ship, the Celebrity Solstice. Up on the top deck, between the funnels, there’s a lawn with real grass. Word is, though, that it’s not the greenest sward you’ve ever seen.
This is one of the locals at Crown Bay, our berth in Charlotte Amalie, capital of St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. There was a colony of these iguanas sunning themselves on the rocks at the dock entrance.
The Atlantis submarine took us 80 feet below the waves for a memorable excursion from St Thomas.
On our final day at sea we called at Holland America’s private island resort, Half Moon Cay, in the Bahamas. Sand as soft as talcum powder, warm sun, warm sea, and horse riding for those who wanted it.
Snorkelling and pedaloes were other attractions at Half Moon Cay.
Back in Florida, there was time for a trip to the Everglades and a close encounter with alligators before we headed for the airport and our flight home.
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By | 2017-06-15T16:00:46+00:00 23 March 2009|Cruise Destinations|0 Comments

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