Point 2 of the Triangle Tour could be a little “dangerous.”
Put your skepticism to the test! Ships and planes have been disappearing in the Caribbean region known as the Bermuda Triangle for hundreds of years. Columbus reported strange lights here, an entire squadron of Navy Avengers has yet to be found over 65 years after their departure, and even those on land aren’t safe, as two lighthouse keepers have been missing for decades.
All of the above are true statements, but as you’re very likely aware, there’s much more to the story. Join us as we brave these waters and see for ourselves what lies in store.
And to up the ante, we’ll be having a “superstition party” during our voyage. Mirrors will break, salt will be spilled, and cracks will be stepped on.
Will we return? Maybe.
Our voyage starts in Port Canaveral, conveniently located near Orlando International Airport. From there, we’ll head south to Nassau, capital of the Bahamas. On shore, we’ll experience glass bottom boats and a rarity on cruises – we’ll have some time on a Caribbean beach at night.
Next, we’re off to the private island of Little Stirrup Cay, now known as Coco Cay. Part of the Berry Islands, this small jewel is now a private retreat featuring extraordinary snorkeling from white beaches, a straw market, and extensive nature trails.
Even first time snorkelers can find a wide variety of tropical fish and coral, as well as anchors, cannons, sunken ships, and even an airplane or two – earlier victims of the triangle.
We leave from Port Canaveral, convenient not only to the famous NASA facility but also not far from Orlando International Airport and the Disney mega-complex. World-famous Cocoa Beach is nearby.
Our first port is in Nassau, capital of the Bahamas. We’ll spend a full day exploring this
Caribbean paradise, with options for glass bottom boat excursions, shopping in the hay market, and the chance to enjoy unusual local cuisine such as conch, grouper or guava duff.
From there, we head to the private island of Little Stirrup Cay, also known as Coco Cay. Here’s we’ll frolic in the sun and discover ship wrecks and doomed aircraft, explore the jungle and enjoy beach side refreshments and a BBQ. Island residents will be there in the straw market, and live calypso music will fill the air.
On our return, we’ll spend a day at sea enjoying each other’s company, braving the rock wall, and listening to talks. Would you like to give a talk? You can – SkepTours has a tradition of allowing travelers to also be presenters.
On board, we’ll share meals together and create bonds that only traveling can provide.
Pricing includes the following:
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There are three cabin types available:
|Inside Cabins- Standard cabins feature convertible twin/queen bed, TV, phone and private bath. $415.45 per person, double-occupancy. (Third persons possible at a lower rate.)|
|Outside Cabins- Standard cabins feature convertible twin/queen bed, TV, phone and private bath. They also feature a large window. $465.45 per person, double-occupancy. (Third persons possible at a lower rate.)|
|Junior Suites- Larger cabins with a generous seating area, these cabins also feature spacious balconies. They’re located on the highest decks, which provide the best views. $765.45 per person, double-occupancy. (Third persons possible at a lower rate.)|
Questions? E-mail email@example.com.
Single cabins are available at slightly less than double the double-occupancy rate.
Final payment is due June 1, 2012. Bookings made after this date must be paid in full.
Travel insurance is always recommended. Call for details.
Deposits are fully refundable until June 1st. After that, a pro-rated scale set by the cruise company determines refund amount.