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Fodor's The Complete Guide to Caribbean Cruises (Travel Guide) Paperback – 23 Jan 2014
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Fodor's guide to the Caribbean offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor's Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. "Word of Mouth" quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.
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But what a wide swath of the world it includes! Everywhere from Galveston, Texas to Bermuda, all the way down to Cartagena and up to New York. It's all got a place in this book. Then there's the coverage of the cruise ships themselves. This book will really help you select a cruise that is to your taste and budget. There's enormous variety. Keep in mind that this book is really about cruising, so there is a lot of practical information about how to select and plan a cruise. If glossy color content is what you're looking for, this is NOT your book.
We've found that on our two cruises with Disney this guide was spot on, and that shows a real working knowledge of the region and its cruise operators. This is not simply a compilation of material available on the Internet.
I also found the info on cruising, ships, et al to be pretty superficial. We are highly experienced cruisers, this simply skims the surface. There is more accurate, detailed information available on most of the cruise line websites.