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Sitka, Alaska – Cruise Port Guide

Sitka, on the Pacific Coast of Barenof Island in Alaska, is one of the more unusual Cruise ports to visit featured on an Alaskan itinerary. Originally built by Russian traders in the early 1800’s, when it was known as the city of ‘New Archangel’, Sitka has a very different feel to the wild west, gold…

Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe – Cruise Port Guide

on this particular morning our plan was simple…. leave ship, get taxi to the fictional Honoré. In reality this is a pretty village called Deshaies on the north coast of Basse-Terre a forty kilometre, one hour drive to the north coast of the island….

Stornaway, Scotland – Cruise Port Guide

Stornoway, on the east coast of Lewis, is a busy port and a popular stop on Round Britain cruise itineraries.  A new cruise terminal with deep water berth is under construction but at present only smaller vessels can moor alongside, larger ships tender passengers ashore to the CalMac pier. Cruisers are met by a team…

Juneau, Alaska – Cruise Port Guide

Juneau, the capital of Alaska since 1906, was our first port of call. It is the only American State Capital not accessible by road – everything and everyone arrives by boat or air!  Named after one of the two men -Joe Juneau and Richard Harris – who discovered gold in the area back in 1880,…

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