christopher middleton - Answered a Question by Theobald (28 Jan 09 19:04)

There is a change in Itinerary same islands just a different running order apart from OV2 this season we will no longer be calling at La Guairá for Caracas in Venezuela. Instead the ship will visit the French island of Martinique. don't worry cruise lines are always changing itineraries just enjoy your cruise.

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Theobald - replied to christopher middleton (28 Jan 09 23:03)

Thanks for the reply - Does anyone know the full itinery for OV2 on the two week cruise from barbados to aruba and back ??

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Neal - replied to Theobald (29 Jan 09 01:29)

Was Barbados, at sea, St Vincent, Dominica, Mayreau, Isla Margarita, Curacao, Aruba, at sea, Bonaire, La Guaira (for Caracas), Grenada (or Tobago), St Lucia, Tobago (or Grenada), Barbados. Don't know about the switch to Martinique, but there were a lot of complaints from woosies about La Guaira - admittedly the port is awful, but a coach trip to Caracas well worthwhile. But Martinique's a nice place, very french, and a more usual type of cruise destination. If there has been a switch, presumably it will affect the second week's running order, making my answer a complete waste of your time & mine ! But probably also means a full day in Tobago (or Grenada) rather than a half-day. Had a great cruise, sure you will too. Chris.

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Simps - replied to Neal (02 Feb 09 10:38)

First week is unaffected, second week, Aruba, Bonaire, At Sea, Tobago all day now, Grenada, st Lucia,Martinique, Barbados. Hope this helps.

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Neal - Answered a Question by Theobald (02 Feb 09 23:15)

Mrs S has come up with your itinerary, see below.

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