More Cruise Lines Stop Sailing to Antigua

More Cruise Lines Stop Sailing to Antigua. Both Seabourn cruise line and Holland America cruise line have now said they will no longer be going to Antigua. This could be just the start of many more cruise lines leaving this cruise destination. Need to contact me with questions or to book a cruise? You can email me at dterris@travelonly.com or check out my website at dterris.travelonly.com Looking for information on out group cruise? Email me at cruisingwithdon@hotmail.com check out some of these other video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zjl_LL4iis&t=99s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMT8TmV-Tno&t=14s

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More Cruise Lines Stop Sailing to Antigua. Both Seabourn cruise line and Holland America cruise line have now said they will no longer be going to Antigua. This could be just the start of many more cruise lines leaving this cruise destination. Need to contact me with questions or to book a cruise? You can email me at dterris@travelonly.com or check out my website at dterris.travelonly.com Looking for information on out group cruise? Email me at cruisingwithdon@hotmail.com check out some of these other video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zjl_LL4iis&t=99s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMT8TmV-Tno&t=14s

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Doc Jay Heath
Doc Jay Heath - 4 years ago
One place I would never go back to anyway.
Thanks Don... another great day at sea.
Bill Zinkhan
Bill Zinkhan - 4 years ago
Nassau next
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
Incredible. My wife and I spent our honeymoon in Antigua almost thirty years ago. We flew into VC Bird Airport. We were treated WONDERFULLY ! I guess times are changing. Are they doing the same with Air Travel? Too bad for the people of Antigua that have to deal with the ignorance of their Government leaders in this manner; they sure know how (if their issue is with all travel) to ruin the industry which their very existence depends on.
gekeem george
gekeem george - 4 years ago
Its time for all carribean countries to unite and show these cruise liners that they cant com in the region and do as they like and as for this video this guy have no idea what he is talking about. antigua will stand strong with or without the rest of the W.I
Rick Adams
Rick Adams - 4 years ago
Been to Antigua dirty dangerous island.
dede muiadi
dede muiadi - 4 years ago
I go antigua plentytime when i working for celebrity cruises. The places is nice, i always go to chinese restaurant to eat asian food. The restaurant just cross street from the port
gekeem george
gekeem george - 4 years ago
Antigua have one of the lowest crime rates in the world.
Edward Travels
Edward Travels - 4 years ago
Bad news for Antigua. Taking away the cruises will hurt their economy and their people. Bad news
Sarah Love
Sarah Love - 4 years ago
More private islands, less dangerous ports.

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Canadian Crissy
Canadian Crissy - 4 years ago
Hi I really enjoy your channel but a short video doesn’t really need such a long intro. Maybe you could put your self celebratory snippet at the end of your video?.
Patricia Wilhelm
Patricia Wilhelm - 4 years ago
no big deal - take off dirty nassau too!
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
please do, let Nassau return to the good times where the place wasn't overrun with cheap Americans.
Eve Hsv
Eve Hsv - 4 years ago
It was inevitable wasn’t it? Thanks Don.
Joe323
Joe323 - 4 years ago
Went there many years ago nothing particularly special about Antiqua
Ed Brown
Ed Brown - 4 years ago
Don, Love your content but please change that intro! lol.
Mercedes Rosario
Mercedes Rosario - 4 years ago
Oh my God
Charlesbjtown
Charlesbjtown - 4 years ago
Dude, as much as you cruise, you would think that you would know how to pronounce Antigua by now. Its AN-TEE-GA.
Chris Williams
Chris Williams - 4 years ago
I think that is how we say it in Canada and the UK.
Jonathan Sollisch
Jonathan Sollisch - 4 years ago
You're the BEST Don!
Stormy Dragon
Stormy Dragon - 4 years ago
I wonder if part of this is the issues with Antigua's anti-LGBT laws starting to cost the cruise lines customers who don't want to spend time at ports where they're afraid to get off of the boat.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
most people here don't get it including Don, many of the small islands don't have the infrastructure to receive and manage thousands of people suddenly, all those places are famous because of their exclusive resorts for rich people that really spend and invest on those islands, that's why many of those places don't seem friendly to entitle American tourists demanding great service at super cheap prices and hardly buying anything. Those islands started to receive small cruises and later the big ones after many of the main islands suffered damage due to the constant hurricanes each year and cruise lines started to move their bigger ships to those islands but if they move away Antigua and all the smaller islands they will be back to be exclusively for rich people that really spend money on the place and you won't be missed.
Steve Caron
Steve Caron - 4 years ago
Yuki BabaYaga Agreed. This story has also played out elsewhere in the world e.g. Greek Islands. Some islands simply make the determination that they will only have a cruise ship if they get a certain minimum dockage fee otherwise they are ok losing this traffic. The island hotels know that they risk losing many of their non- cruise guests if the island loses its "exclusive" feeling by being overrun with cruise passengers.

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Finch Jones
Finch Jones - 4 years ago
I’m going on celebrity reflection next January that’s supposed to go to Antigua do you think it will be ok? I’ve never been to Antigua so I really hope I can go.
Joe Ees
Joe Ees - 4 years ago
Carnival owns both Seabourn and HAL. It'll be more interesting to see if any of the RCCI or Apollo ships join the boycott.
C Johnson
C Johnson - 4 years ago
These ports should PAY the cruise ships to stop there. The cruise ships bring THOUSANDS of passengers to Antiqua every week. Don is correct. If you do not want my business then I will just go some place else.
Fareht451
Fareht451 - 4 years ago
Never go where you won't be welcomed.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
well most of the small islands don't have the infrastructure to receive those ships and if they see how Carnival and other cruise lines treat Antigua then probably won't invest to build the ports to receive those ships either so in the end they'll probably come to a agreement like what happened in Puerto Rico.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
+cplcabs exactly, I hope those places don't get ruined by the big cruise lines.
cplcabs
cplcabs - 4 years ago
Let’s hope most of the small islands don’t build anything to accept these ships. Nothing ruins a place more than a huge ships docking with thousands of s or entitled people getting off and demanding everything
John Clark
John Clark - 4 years ago
Thanks for the quick update Don. Interesting how the dominos have started falling already - go cruise lines! Read that Antigua’s economy is 60% tourist dollars so, um, to snub these lines really makes them look like arrogant morons. And who wants to visit snob island? Or have it on their itinerary? But perhaps they feel the crowds on their island are just not worth it anymore... or they struck oil or something. Well more $ for the scads of beautiful hospitable islands around them.
Sharie Wiesner
Sharie Wiesner - 4 years ago
Come on cruise lines... bail on Bahamas!
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
+Yuki BabaYaga And your nationality, "Baba-Gag-a ?"
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
please do, I want to visit the place like it was before it was overrun with cheap Americans.
Wellch
Wellch - 4 years ago
I never heard of Antiqua anyway.--another sea day will be fun anyway.
The Le9end
The Le9end - 4 years ago
It's about time the Boss of the cruise industry sets an example. Carnival could buy another island.
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
Folks! Take it from someone who is from the Caribbean and lived in Antigua for many years. It is "an-tee-ga". The local politely cringe when you pronounce the "u" and call it "An-tee-gwah".
Jayne Welch
Jayne Welch - 4 years ago
C Johnson

Don’t think the people of Antigua are going to miss you not visiting their country one little bit. It’s that kind of attitude that gives travellers a bad name. Also don’t come to the UK we are at breaking point with rude a holes as it is, don’t need another one.
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
+C Johnson wow. no need for the aggression dear. I was simply trying to clarify for those in the comments who were disagreeing over pronunciation. And if you've never been, you're missing out. It's a lovely island with lovely people. Blessings!
C Johnson
C Johnson - 4 years ago
Kira Dee Naturalista I don’t give a damn what “the locals” think. I have never been there and I hope to never go there. Good for the cruise line not putting up with AN-TEEG-GUA’s extortion. If this is all they have to worry about then they basically have nothing to worry about. Pronunciation? Really.?

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Jennie Spooner
Jennie Spooner - 4 years ago
Thanks Don
Ian Gill
Ian Gill - 4 years ago
Don, yes there are also Princess, Costa, P&O, Aida and Cunard. I dont know which cruise lines go there, The UK cruise lines have historic links with Nelson's shipyard, cricket etc but there are lots of islands. They will be in a real mess if Royal Caribbean and its associates follow suit.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
those places were fine before the cruise ships came and will be fine after they get rid of cheap Americans.
Coolpro99
Coolpro99 - 4 years ago
oh Antigua you got Served by Carnival.
Jan Booth
Jan Booth - 4 years ago
If they don't care for Americans , why bother going there. There are many other ports that would welcome the added revenue.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
+John DeNicola, so telling the truth apparently is a anger issue, I don't even care too much cause I don't live in Antigua, if cruise ships stop going to many of those islands I will actually visit them again.
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
+Yuki BabaYaga Wow.... someone has some serious anger issues....
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
+EyeSee, dude, Americans visit more now because of cruise ships but before the ships came most of the tourist money came and still come from Europeans and asians who can afford a good vacation in a very expensive and exclusive resort unlike Americans who want everything almost for free. you can trust me, if the ships don't go anymore they will survive just fine. Also most of the lesser Antilles are super famous within the yacht community and the last things those islands need is to lose that rich people for a bunch of cheap entitle Americans.
EyeSee
EyeSee - 4 years ago
+Yuki BabaYaga More Americans visit Antigua than the next two countries combined (UK and Canada). Imagine hating a country so much you'd like to see another country cripple it's economy.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
most of those places don't cater to Americans, they cater to Europeans and Asians who have the money to spend in a good vacation while cheap Americans want everything almost free.
Jet Stream
Jet Stream - 4 years ago
This is a capitalistic reaction treating Antigua as a third world nation. Antigua needs the revenue to improve the life of the Islands -- improved social services to the people and better police protection. Maybe in the long run Antigua will be better off without being mobbed by cruise ships and ignorant tourists.
John Barnett
John Barnett - 4 years ago
Just a frienndly note Don. But the island's name is pronounced AN-Teeg-AH not AN-Teeg-WAH
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
+C Johnson Anyone who RESPECTS ** proper ** pronunciation of names of countries, people, etc. etc. Wouldn't you become a little un-nerved over time if people continuously pronounced your last name "Joneson" or "Johnston?" (no disrepect to your last name at all, but I hope you catch my drift here.
C Johnson
C Johnson - 4 years ago
tazman572 WHO CARES???? You potato, I say po-tot-o!
ron777ish
ron777ish - 4 years ago
+tazman572 My guess is he has never been there..... If you have been there you would know there is noooooo WAH!!!!
Bernadette Acosta
Bernadette Acosta - 4 years ago
Thanks for sharing the correct pronunciation for Antigua
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
+tazman572 nope! Caribbean folks and antiguans (an-tee-gans) cringe every time someone says an-tee-gwah
tazman572
tazman572 - 4 years ago
An-Tee-Gwah is in Guatemala, and a nice city too.
tazman572
tazman572 - 4 years ago
I mentioned that fact on his last video on this subject, but either he didn't see it, doesn't believe it or doesn't care.
Jim Tyndall
Jim Tyndall - 4 years ago
I would like to know what the Antigua government and the cruise lines have been demanding or offering. As in all negotiations both sides could be inflexible.
Jim Tyndall
Jim Tyndall - 4 years ago
Timmy Barker I have only stopped at Antigua once. Jamaica is another place pressure should be put on to clean up their act.
Timmy Barker
Timmy Barker - 4 years ago
there is info on the web if you look
Michele Williams
Michele Williams - 4 years ago
Not sure if it was was addressed are many cruise ship choosing to get away from the more dangerous ports in the Caribbean since there are other places to go it can they have some kind positive presence
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
It's not an issue of danger but rising port fees in Antigua
Rosanne Mignacca
Rosanne Mignacca - 4 years ago
Antigua is on my ANTHEM itinerary next Jan. We shall see....
Glen Nash
Glen Nash - 4 years ago
Pretty much mess with one, you mess with us all in terms of the cruise lines
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
dude, those places were fine before Carnival came and will be fine without them.
Rachel the wren
Rachel the wren - 4 years ago
Think of all the lost tourism dollars. I wouldn't be surprised if other cruise lines follow. They are probably watching to see this play out before they make a move themselves.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
those places won't miss those cruise ships, they make most of their tourist money out of the exclusive resorts for rich people who can afford a good vacation while cheap Americans want everything almost free, Antigua and many of the lesser Antilles did fine without the cruise ships.
Abel Rossy
Abel Rossy - 4 years ago
who won the favorite cruise line survey??
vittorio vuocolo
vittorio vuocolo - 4 years ago
I don't think celebrity is going there .I wanted to book a southern out of Puerto Rico .I didn't see Antigua in the itineraries.
Madam Maiden
Madam Maiden - 4 years ago
Thank you for pronouncing it as Antigua. As it is spelled. I can't explain why it annoys the hell out of me when someone pronounces it "antiga". As in "antee-gah". I asked them if they mean Antigua, just to make sure that we're talking about the same place, and yet they insist on butchering it. I hate to sound like a jerk, but it makes me want to find a phone book just to hit them upside the head with.
John Barnett
John Barnett - 4 years ago
One trouble with this 'conversation' is that the comments are not appearing in the sequence they were added.
John Barnett
John Barnett - 4 years ago
+John DeNicola You did not read what I wrote. You are making the exact point that I was!
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
+John DeNicola lol. Though I'm sure most of us know it's America, here I'm the Caribbean we say "Merica" . Lol.
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
​+John Barnett I don't represent those "ignorant" to the proper standards of the English Language... "AntiGA" is the proper pronunciation for "U" never takes on the phoneme of the letter "W". On the lighter side, this "US-er" got a kick of your "mis-pronunciation" of United States and Canada. My son jokingly mispronounces Canada as "Canadia" in suit with those living in Canada are referred to as "Canadians" and does the same with Africa by mispronouncing it by adding emphasis on the wrong syllable ... pronouncing it "A-FREAKA". He's great with English and the written word, but will purposely mispronounce words in jest. 'Dem American kids... sheesh! (lol !)
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
+Kira Dee Naturalista This American has RESPECT for correct pronunciation of the name of a Person, city, state, you name it - especially since the letter U phonically does not sound like a "W"
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
The "U" is silent - The proper phonic sound of U is "uh" (as in understand) ukelele or "you" as in Ukelele. U is not phonically sounded as "W" as the maker of this video is mistakenly pronouncing it. Do you pronounce "Guess" as "Gwess" or "Guitar" as "Gwitar?" With all due respect, I don't think so.
Brenda Lee
Brenda Lee - 4 years ago
Ah, you are wrong. The u shouldn't be pronounced. Have you been to Antigua? The locals will correct you with Anteeeega. I know it is hard to believe, but the American and Canadian ways of speaking aren't always grammatically correct in the rest of the world.
John Barnett
John Barnett - 4 years ago
+Madam Maiden I know that but how would people in the US and Canada feel if others called them the YOU-KNITTED-STAT-AYS or CAN-AY-DER?
Kira Dee Naturalista
Kira Dee Naturalista - 4 years ago
People keep pronouncing it as "Antiga" because that's how it's pronounced in the Caribbean and the actual island of Antigua. We cringe, when people say an-tee-gwah. We have found that Americans and European ignore this directive though. Please ignore the letter "u"
Madam Maiden
Madam Maiden - 4 years ago
+John Barnett people mispronounce my name all the time. And yet, while this does not bother me, the Antigua thing does. So I guess it depends.
John Barnett
John Barnett - 4 years ago
The people of Antigua pronounce it An-Teeg-Ah. You wuldn't want people mispronouncing your name. It is simple courtesy.
Brad C
Brad C - 4 years ago
Antigua hoped to gain yet more money with crazy high fees, well let's see how they like losing tens of millions in revenue now. I think it's funny.
Guy Davis
Guy Davis - 4 years ago
I have always said vote with your feet and wallets. There are other more attractive ports of call.
D Walker
D Walker - 4 years ago
Thanks Don
PrimeKnight
PrimeKnight - 4 years ago
Good on Carnival. Screw Antigua, there's better islands who are more welcoming
gekeem george
gekeem george - 4 years ago
You sound stupid you dont even know whats really going on.
HAL 9000
HAL 9000 - 4 years ago
Now if RCCL bails, then they are talking quite a bit of lost revenue as they sail to Antigua monthly. Have not looked at Celebrity yet.
Sandra Conklin
Sandra Conklin - 4 years ago
Ty Don. You are absotively awesome. HUGS and blessings

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Greg Granger
Greg Granger - 4 years ago
That’s gonna be bad news to the entire Antigua tourist industry. Unless the government gives in & starts to negotiate “in good faith”, it’s gonna be a “kick to the nuts” to their tourist industry.
Chris Helms
Chris Helms - 4 years ago
Dumb negotiations on the part of the island..... you have one island, the ships have countless islands...
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
no dumbass, most of those islands don't have the infrastructure to receive those ships and if Carnival and other cruise lines do the same almost no one is going to invest in a port terminal for cruise ships that don't want to pay for the facilities.
Comment1
Comment1 - 4 years ago
I support the cruise lines in this endeavor. Thanks for the updates! Hope your health is improving to 100%.
Nancy Zahradnik
Nancy Zahradnik - 4 years ago
We were to Antiqua a couple of times, never had a problem. So sorry for all that is going on there. Hopefully they can resolve the problems.
Mike Payne
Mike Payne - 4 years ago
Appreciate REAL cruise news you do Don.
Scary Fear
Scary Fear - 4 years ago
Good to hear. Like someone said in the last video, they shouldn't bite the hand that feeds them. Agree with the other commenter. Bahamas should be next. I'm glad I went when things were still good there.
Bellicious
Bellicious - 4 years ago
We're going to Antigua next year on the Celebrity Silhouette. Wondering if Celebrity decides to stop sailing to Antigua too...maybe if RCCL does.
Matt Mac Mullin
Matt Mac Mullin - 4 years ago
Thanks for the continuous updates Don. Hopefully the Antigua Government will come to their senses. On the other hand if they cleaned up the crime it would be worth paying a bit more.
H A Bracken
H A Bracken - 4 years ago
I wouldn’t be surprised if the Antiguan government raised rates because they don’t want cruise ships stopping there. The Island seems to cater to a richer jet set clientele.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
hey people, probably is going to surprise you but all of those islands are geared toward European and asian tourists cause they can afford a really good vacation in a exclusive resorts while Americans want everything almost free and whine and badmouth those places in from of the locals. those places started to receive those ships after many of the main islands suffered damage due to constant hurricanes like when Puerto Rico and almost all the Virgin islands were out of service due to Maria and Irma. That island will be back to be exclusively for the rich people who can afford a good vacation.
Mother T
Mother T - 4 years ago
What I find interesting is how many nationalities are on a cruise ship besides Americans! Interesting eh?
Wellch
Wellch - 4 years ago
+HAL 9000 and Canadians too.
Jet Stream
Jet Stream - 4 years ago
+HAL 9000 Fewer American tourists would make the place more attractive to tourists from other nations including Canada.
HAL 9000
HAL 9000 - 4 years ago
Easier to just say, "No, you can't come here any longer", eh? I would think they have quite a bit of money invested in the port facilities. All of that gets written off if they ban cruise ships. Maybe they just don't want Americans?
Amanda Anderson
Amanda Anderson - 4 years ago
Oh wow I didn't know this was happening.
Karey Gelrud
Karey Gelrud - 4 years ago
Hi Don love your Vlogs
Sheila Albert
Sheila Albert - 4 years ago
Woo hoo! Is it weird that I find this to be exciting!?
Chi Tsang
Chi Tsang - 4 years ago
where is Antigua? :) sarcasm
peter mautner
peter mautner - 4 years ago
+William Pharis Willy you are kidding me. All these years I thought Antigua was in the Caribbean . My geography is beyond rusty . LHM ( Lord Have Mercy ). Gawd Luv Ya , Willy . Ahmen and Ahwomen .
William Pharis
William Pharis - 4 years ago
Suburb of East St. Louis!
peter mautner
peter mautner - 4 years ago
Caribbean.
Alex Broadhurst
Alex Broadhurst - 4 years ago
Great Video
Uphold the Constitution
Uphold the Constitution - 4 years ago
I heard there are talks between the cruise lines and the islands government. Wonder how that is going.
Drew M
Drew M - 4 years ago
Uphold the Constitution if this video is any indication, not very well.
Jan fromOz
Jan fromOz - 4 years ago
Choices, choices.. is there anything significant in Antigua that draws visitors?
Glen Nash
Glen Nash - 4 years ago
It has a sea
dee76
dee76 - 4 years ago
Don , you’re looking good. As for Antigua, our cruise had to stop there because Saint Martin was off the port call due to Hurricane damage, trust me it’s was not the friendliest island and our excursion person was the most man hating American hating person we have very met. At our first excursion stop we called a cab o return as she was very scary.
dee76
dee76 - 4 years ago
@vittorio vuocolo I know right, I had my Journal with me in my backpack, I wrote her a note about her anger issues, folded it and passed it to her with a quarter. As a female it truly ticked me off it’s her attitude.
William Pharis
William Pharis - 4 years ago
We experienced the hate in Jamaica as well. Very odd!
vittorio vuocolo
vittorio vuocolo - 4 years ago
I ran into one of those man hating anti American things in grand Cayman.it was funny how 5 minutes before we got back to the bus station.she apologized and got real nice to everyone.with her hand out waiting on tips.she didn't get none from me.how are you going to bash people and their country for 2 hours then expect them to tip.
frank rotondo
frank rotondo - 4 years ago
Next I hope Nassau all cruise lines
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
+John DeNicola, please cry me a river, I been all over the Caribbean, Central America and parts of South America and so far nothing bad ever happened to me but I been robbed at the beach in Miami, on the subway in NY and almost get robbed inside the lobby of my hotel in Vegas, the US has more crime in a day on any city than the entire Caribbean in a whole year. please stay at your crappy place. Also if you really see my avatar closely it clearly shows the real meaning but apparently sarcasm is lost in your tiny brain.
John DeNicola
John DeNicola - 4 years ago
+Yuki BabaYaga "...unlike most Americans who can only afford to take a selfie from afar..." and you are...? Perhaps us Americans are not STUPID enough to pay "extortionist" prices to go to certain destinations riddled with street urchins that don't leave visitors alone or pick-pocket or steal. Ever travel or visit any cities in NYC? Typically, the problems associated in any given city is generally caused amongst the criminal minded (gangs, drug pushers, etc). I know! I know a MULTITUDE of people that live in cities throughout the US, including Manhattan. NONE of them have ever had any crimes committed against them... meanwhile a cousin of mine on a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico was robbed right at the port when one of the urchins there pulled a camera right out of her hands (and it was NOT a camera phone).... "Peace Among Worlds" as your avatar - You are such a bigoted, biased hypocrite.
Yuki BabaYaga
Yuki BabaYaga - 4 years ago
I bet if the cruise ships stop coming to Nassau the island will be back to be a exclusive destination for the rich that can really afford to stay in the Atlantis hotel unlike most Americans who can only afford to take a selfie from afar. Also C. Johnson is right, traveling to any big city in America is far more dangerous than all the Caribbean combined.
Sheila Batdorf
Sheila Batdorf - 4 years ago
I agree with no more Nassau stops! Most cruise line have their own private islands which in my opinion much nicer then Nassau
C Johnson
C Johnson - 4 years ago
frank rotondo I have found Nassau to be fine. I have cruised there on many occasions without any incidents. Of course, I stay out of the high crime areas—especially after dark. You travel into the interior of a Country where crime is rampant, then you get ripped off and then you get upset. I GUARANTEE you that if you would travel to new York city, l.a., or san. francisco you would get the same or worse. I had a friend of mine that parked on a street in ma;hat tan in what was supposed to be a safe area in broad daylight on a Sunday afternoon and he came back to find his van burglarized and he came back during the daylight hours. There are cities in new. York and californicate that is more dangerous in the broad daylight then ANY Caribbean city in the dark.
Linda Reavey
Linda Reavey - 4 years ago
Good afternoon Don

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