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Caribbean transportation

Terre de Haute, Iles des Saintes in the French Caribbean, is an idyllic spot open only to small ships. Photo by Catharine Norton

Terre de Haute, Iles des Saintes in the French Caribbean, is an idyllic spot open only to small ships. Photo by Catharine Norton

For your next trip, should you take a cruise, a train, a plane, drive a car — or try something different, like taking a cargo ship or long-distance passenger ferry?

That depends to a large degree on where you’re going and what kind of travel experience you hope to have.  Different areas of the world — as well as differing expectations — lend themselves to different forms of transportation.

In this series, we’ll take a look at different options for getting around various areas of the world — starting with the Caribbean.

Navigating The Caribbean

This one is easier than most, or so it seems at first glance.

If you’re headed to one island in search of a beach resort or some cultural… Continue reading

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  • Leading-edge baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1955) and seniors account for four out of every five dollars spent on luxury travel today.
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