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Cruises from Cartagena, Colombia
This city on the north coast of Colombia has a modern cruise port terminal that is served by Royal Caribbean International. There are 7 night cruise packages that begin and end in Cartagena, which is itself a favored beach resort town and offers visitors plenty of attractions and historically-rich side trips.
Cruise options departing Cartagena include round trip vacations that call on the ports of Kralendijk on the Island of Bonaire, Willemstad, Curacao and Aruba before returning. There is also a 6 night Southern Caribbean cruise that is a one-way voyage from Cartagena to Colon, Panama, stopping in Montego Bay, the Cayman Islands and Roatan.
Cruises from Colon, Panama
Near the entrance to the Panama Canal, Colon sees more than average shipping traffic, and cruise vacations are also plentiful from this exciting port city.
Most of the vacation packages are operated by Royal Caribbean International and take passengers to the southern and eastern Caribbean islands.
The vessel Grandeur of the Seas makes continuous voyages from Colon to the islands of Aruba and Curacao, with stops at Cartagena, Colombia and Ocho Rios, Jamaica along the way. The Colon cruises on this vessel travel in various patterns according to the itinerary and often begin with a stop at Cartagena before traveling northward into the Caribbean itself.
All of the cruises from Colon return to this city with the exception of the Miami cruise, which is a 3 night trip with no stops at Caribbean ports.
This article was written by Ashot Hayrapetyan of Cayole Cruises.
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