As a philatelist I will mail postcards from my next cruise but what about Labadee? I suppose there's no post office there? Has anyone succeeding in mailing anything with Haitian stamps from there? I can bring with me both Haitian postcards and stamps but I need them cancelled. I suppose paying some of the local staff to mail them for me is one way but that's a risk. Anyone with experience of this? Thank you!
Since nobody could answer my question I will answer myself after my visit there. On the wall of the Artisan's Market it says: Postcards and stamps. They sold lots of postcards from all over Haiti but for stamps they directed me to the Site Manager. His building is next to the market towards the pier. The manager has a mail service because he occasionaly gets such requests. He charges 2$ to USA and 3$ to the rest of the world for taking mail to Cape Haitien and mailing it there with Haitian stamps. Due to the cost this is obviously only for philatelics but the service works and my postcards arrived to destinations in South America, Asia and Europe after about three weeks. Labadee postcards are also for sale on the boat Freedom of the Seas.
I decided to visit the APS(American Philatelic Society) website. Out of curiosity, if you guys are so big into stamps and postage, why is it that one of the first links on your website promotes the paying of membership dues using an online service?