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The airport is about 6km east of town.
Provides a huge network of service from its hubs in Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Luxury cruise line with ships carrying about 800 passengers – small by modern standards. Attracts affluent, older clients who enjoy a wide range of cultural activities and formal evenings.
Owned by Carnival. Holland America offers a traditional cruising experience, generally to older passengers. It has limited sailings in the Caribbean during the Alaska winter (its summer market).
Owned by Carnival, Cunard Line operates the huge Queen Mary II and Queen Victoria. The focus is on ‘classic luxury’ and the ships have limited Caribbean sailings.
Offers ‘freestyle cruising’ on large cruise ships, which means that dress codes are relaxed and dining options more flexible than on other lines. There are lots of extra-fee dining choices.
The fleet includes a four-masted, 360ft (110m) ship dating from 1931 and a modern sibling. On both, the sails are set by hand. This German-American company operates luxury cruises in the Eastern Caribbean.
Smaller ships (maximum 700 passengers) with a focus on luxury cabins and excellent food.
Links to major islands from its hubs in Barbados and Trinidad; expanding local service in the region.
The major local carrier of the Eastern Caribbean: you’re bound to fly it. Locals love to zing it with phrases like Leaves Island Any Time...
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