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  • Spooky Halloween Cruises Sights

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    Creepy Cruising: The Halloween Special

    The Caribbean and Bermuda – sand, sun, smoothies, dolphins, and witches? In honor of Halloween, today we at The Cruise Web are delighted to haunt you with some creepy attractions across the Caribbean. Welcome to The Cruise Web Blog, Halloween Edition.

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  • Reason#264 To take a cruise

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    Reason #264 to Take a Cruise…

    This picture was taken at sunset on the beach in Reeds Bay in Lower Carlton, Barbados. Reeds Bay is a small secluded public beach that houses a few waterfront villas and is well-known with the locals. When visiting you can rent beach chairs or jet skis. Often times groups will stop by to look for sea turtles and snorkel.

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  • Cruise Consultants Jacques and David go fishing

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    Scuba, Sail and Surf On Your Next Cruise

    Ever since I was a young child, I grew up fascinated by both water and world travel, this is why I chose to work at The Cruise Web. It all started when I took my first leap in a pool. I was 4 years old and at a pool party. There were a ton of other children, the sun was blazing hot and the water perfectly cool; the kids were swimming and they looked like they were having so much fun.

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    Green is Great!

    Appropriately I am writing about green on St Patrick’s Day and everyone around me is sporting their finest green ware. When they asked me to write about the color green, I am not sure they knew it was my favorite color, but, really, what’s not to love? Green is the color of spring, of the Super Bowl champions, the Green Bay Packers, and of the wonderful band Green Day. It is the name of one of the best REM albums. Green is the color jacket for which every golfer aspires. A green flag starts car races, even my 2 year old son knows that green means Go! Green is renewable and fresh. And, of course, it is the color of money. Who doesn’t want more green!

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    Cruising Through Fall

    In the northern hemisphere, fall marks the transition between summer into winter, usually beginning in September and ending in November. As a former teacher, I have always thought about fall in terms of either going back to school or work, as well as the beginning of football season. It’s a great time of year to take a cruise vacation, and there are plenty of destinations to consider. Popular fall itineraries include Canada and New England, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, and repositioning voyages.

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    Re-discover the Caribbean

    By Michael Harris, Sales Manager, The Cruise Web. Perhaps there is no vacation destination better known than the Caribbean. Soaked with sun, rooted in history, and surrounded by some of the bluest water known to man, it’s no wonder so many cruise ships call this area home 365 days of the year. At any given […]

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