Cruise Port Grand Turk

Port of Call Grand Turk The Turks and Caicos are a group of small islands stretching out into the Atlantic on the southeast edge of the Bahamas chain. They are part of the British West Indies and a British Territory. Most cruise lines have over the years developed “private islands” where their ships usually anchorContinue reading “Cruise Port Grand Turk”

The Falklands For Wildlife

Penguins, Sea Lions and Seals Deep in the South Atlantic is a group of islands known as the Falklands. These are isolated, windswept islands where raising sheep and cattle are the main business. Covering about 4,700 square miles with a population of a little over 3,000 people and 150,000 sheep, it is also home toContinue reading “The Falklands For Wildlife”

The Falklands Port of Call

Stanley the Capital of the Falkland Islands Growing in popularity with cruise ships the Falklands are located over a thousand miles east of Argentina. The capital is Stanley which happens to be home to a majority of the three-thousand residents of the islands. The big attraction is the wild life with some of the worldsContinue reading “The Falklands Port of Call”

Tenerife, Canary Islands Port of Call

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands West of southern Morocco in the Atlantic Ocean sits a cluster of volcanic islands called The Canaries. The Canary Islands feature a rugged volcanic landscape known for the black and white sand beaches. Tenerife, the largest island, is dominated by an active volcano Mt. Teide, which has its ownContinue reading “Tenerife, Canary Islands Port of Call”

Kona Hawaii Port of Call

The Port of Kona or Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii Kona is a favorite stop for cruise ships visiting the “Big Island” of Hawaii. Famous for its coffee, beaches and Volcano National Park on the island. Where the Tenders Dock There are no docking facilities so cruise ships anchor out, using tenders toContinue reading “Kona Hawaii Port of Call”