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Old 01-27-2008, 07:18 AM
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Going on Freedom in march to eastren carib. St. Tom And St. Martin All excrusion starting to look the same. Please help! right now were thinking Christmas cove and water island in st. tom and st. martin beach rendezvous. Any suggestions has anyone done the segways is the beach you end up at nice?
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Old 01-28-2008, 07:49 AM
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In St. Thomas, the ladies in our group took the catamaran sail to St. John. It is a combination of sailing, snorkeling, sandy beach and champagne lunch. They highly recommend it.

I golfed at Mahogany Run in St. Thomas. That's a lot different from the snorkeling/beach excursion variations. But it's for experienced golfers.
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Old 01-28-2008, 09:47 AM
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Hi ljsrun, welcome to Cruise-Chat. The sail and snorkel excursion gpeters referred to in St. Thomas is great. There are other good ones for Buck Island, but St. John's Trunk Bay is beautiful. There have been posts about the segways being a lot of fun. Orient Beach has a clothing optional section and they do walk up and down the beach. The ones that we've seen should NOT be without clothing. I mentioned this in case you have children. Moho beach is where the jets nearly land on the beach. There is a beach close to where you dock in St. Maarten as well. The shopping is about the same in both ports, maybe a little better in St. Thomas. If you want to stay on the island in St. Thomas, Coki Beach or Magen's Bay are very nice. Sapphire Beach is beautiful, but there are a lot of small rocks when you're trying to enter the water and the amenities are not as many as Coki or Magen's. There are tons of posts in this section on St. Thomas and St. Maarten. You can use your Find feature in the upper left hand corner of your topic and type in St. Thomas or St. Maarten and it will pull up pages of suggestions. Hope you have a wonderful cruise and once again, welcome aboard!
 
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