Eastern Caribbean Ports of Call: From Puerto Rico to Aruba, Including the Panama Canal
Long a favorite destination of yachtsmen, the unspoiled islands of the Eastern Caribbean can now be reached by cruise ship. Less developed and less commercial than their northern neighbors, 57 ports of call in these fabulous islands are now described by award-winning travel writer Kay Showker. 39 maps, 20 photographs.
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Eastern and Southern Regions: A Guide for Today's Cruise Passengers
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