WebWhispers Cruise - 2003

Ports of Call / Excursions

Note:  You can browse the Royal Caribbean excursions at any time.
  However, to book excursions online, you'll need a Cruise Reservation number.   
Go to http://www.royalcaribbean.com/ and click on Shore Excursions to read
about these below excursions in more detail.
   Like last year, Pat and Peggy have also arranged for possible tours specifically   
for our WebWhispers travelers.  These are NOT Royal Caribbean
Tours, but rather independently arranged with another company.
You can review/reserve these tours at the following web site:


Nassau, Bahamas

For a city now known for its warming sun and balmy breezes,
Nassau has a tumultuous past. First settled by the English,
the area was contested among England, France and Spain.
For many years Nassau was a home base for notorious pirates,
and was burned to the ground by the Spanish three different times.
Since 1740, however, visitors from all over the world in search of both
  relaxation and adventure have made Nassau their vacation destination.   

Possible Excursions"

SeaTrek Scuba Dive
SeaTrek Rainbow Reef Snorkeling Tour
SeaTrek Sailing And Snorkeling
SeaTrek Discover Scuba Diving & Beach Break
Nassau Sightseeing Tour
Yellowbird Tour
Nassau Sightseeing Tour & Ardastra Gardens
Glass-Bottom Boat Tour
Seaworld Explorer
Close Dolphin Encounter
Pirates and Dungeons Tour
Pirates of Nassau
Historic Harbor Cruise & Discover Atlantis
Thriller Powerboat Tour
America's Cup Challenge
Historic Harbor Cruise & Atlantis Beach Day
Historic Harbor Cruise & Discover Atlantis Golf Putting Package
Stingray Snorkeling At Blue Lagoon
Blackbeard's Cay Beach Break
Discover Scuba Diving
Blackbeard's Cay Beach Break
Rainbow Reef Snorkeling
Sailing And Snorkeling
Stingray Snorkel & Beach Break

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

St. Thomas is known as a vacation idyll today, but its history is not
so peaceful. In the 18th century, the island was at the center of a
  bustling pirate culture, as swashbuckling pirates such as Blackbeard and   
Drake traded stolen wares in the port of Charlotte Amalie.

Possible Excursions:

SeaTrek Scuba Dive With Equipment
SeaTrek Scuba Dive Without Equipment
St. Thomas Sightseeing Tour
St. John Island Tour
St. John Beach Tour
Atlantis Submarine
Kon-Tiki Party Tour
Buck Island Sailing & Snorkeling Tour
Catamaran Sailing & Snorkeling Tour
Captain Nautica's Power Raft Snorkeling Tour
Scenic St. John Sea & Snorkel
Virgin Islands Seaplane Exploration
St. Thomas Helicopter Tour
Kayak Marine Sanctuary Tour
Water Island Bike Trip
Historic Walking Tour and Shopping
Skyride to Paradise Point
Escape to Magen's Bay
St. John Nature Hike
Turtle Cove Sailing & Snorkeling
Magen's Bay Beach Getaway
Island Drive and Coral World
Mahogany Run Golf Course
SeaTrek Discover Scuba Diving
Nature Conservancy Tropical Discovery Hike
Planet Aqua - Above and Below
Mahogany Run Golf Course
Scuba Dive With Equipment
Scuba Dive Without Equipment
Discover Scuba Diving
BOB Underwater Adventure

San Juan, Puerto Rico

In 1995, Royal Caribbean opened a Crown & Anchor Club
in Old San Juan at 257 Calle San Justo, exclusively for the
use of Royal Caribbean guests. You'll find clean restrooms,
drinks and snacks for sale, AT&T phones, storage lockers,
  and friendly Royal Caribbean staff. Stop in after your shore   
excursion, or any time during the ship's visit to San Juan

Possible Excursions:

New And Old San Juan City Tour
Old San Juan Walking Tour
El Yunque Rain Forest Tour
Bacardi Rum Distillery Tour
Mountain Biking Through the Pinones Reserve
Hyatt Cerromar Golf Course
Hyatt Dorado Beach Golf Course
Kayaking the Espiritu Santo River
Ocean Trail Horseback Ride


Labadee, Hispaniola

On the north coast of Hispaniola, surrounded by beautiful mountain slopes and
exotic foliage, sits Labadee. This private destination offers pristine beaches,
breathtaking scenery, and spectacular water activities. Regardless of
where you are here, you'll find yourself embraced by incredible scenery.
Labadee's native charm, along with its natural beauty, makes this
destination not to be missed.
Columbus chose this secluded spot on the north coast of Hispaniola
to take a break from his voyages to the New World. These days,
only Royal Caribbean ships can visit this place, where some of the
  best scenery and beaches in the Caribbean are reserved exclusively for their guests.   
They offer floats, paddle boats, sailboats, banana raft rides, swimming and
snorkeling in turquoise waters. Play volleyball or explore ruins more
than 200 years old. Shoppers will find authentic Haitian art for sale and talented
crafts people who will demonstrate their skills.

Possible Excursions:

Floating Beach Mat
SeaTrek Waverunner Experience
SeaTrek Parasailing
SeaTrek Kayak Adventure



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