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Ross - Answered a Question by grey (06 Jan 08 18:15)

I suggest you read the ports of call section on Dominican Republic on cruise critics. From what people say it is not worth getting off the ship! Oops.

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Adams - Answered a Question by grey (07 Jan 08 13:28)

We did the whale watching trip last Feb from Samana using a local firm and to be honest it was a bit of a disaster. The sea was a bit choppy, the boat too small and the whales didn't want to play. We got absolutely soaked, as did the camera, and had a couple of brief glimpses of these beautiful creatures in nearly two hours of bouncing up and down. Others have been luckier and may be you will be! You get what you pay for.

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neetz - Answered a Question by grey (24 Feb 08 21:28)

Thank you for this review. We too are taking the Jewel in February and Samana is one of our ports. I did some reading about this stop and it is a newly declared island. Our experience with past sailings and (New Islands)it wasn't worth getting off the ship. I'll report back in two weeks. Janna, California on 24th Feb 200.

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Ports of Call or Sea Days?

By Lee Johnson

After booking a passenger yesterday on a 24 night Caribbean cruise from Southampton return it got me thinking about the different itineraries, some that are port intensive and some that have lots of Sea days, as this one did.Having taken my first Cruise back in 2002 on board the QE2 transatlantic to New York I fell in love with the cruise experience during those sea days. There was always something going on, be that Ballroom dancing or learning the tango (I didn’t do any of this for th...

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By Marilyn Kerr

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How much research do you put in, when you are looking to plan a Worldwide trip?Do you decide where you would like to go, and trust in a travel professional to have all the answers? Or do you do your homework, and read reviews? What I do love about our website, is that our customers will share their experience with us all, pointing out the good, the bad, the excellent, and the worst part of their trip. We do not alter the reviews, and I know a lot of people who really enjoy reading, and sharin...

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By Gemma Coles

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