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I’m taking my first trans-Atlantic cruise, aboard the Sea Goddess in October. My family has visited the island since I was a small child, and I would love to share a bit about “our” island with my other cruise friends. Any tips, myths, etc.?
The way you describe “our” island, I’d imagine that it’s very similar to the island you see in Cozy Corners. A bit smaller, but very pleasant. In fact, even though it’s smaller, it’s easier to get around by public transportation.
“Our” island doesn’t allow drive-up banks, so we only have one. We also don’t have drive-thru windows, so most of our shopping is done by foot. Perhaps the most interesting “attribute” of our island is that the days when you “jumped for joy” whenever a ferry arrived were long past. Although lots of ferries were stopped for the winter, we still had ferry service because all ferry terminals are open year-round. Like Cozy Corners, we’re a year-round (or nearly so) island.
The only thing that I can think of that would be a “trick” about our island is that we have two bridges that connect our main island to the private Islands at night. The very first ferry you see, right after you leave the dock, is a convenient stop if you need to park on the main island for a few minutes. You can also take the free ferry to “our” island.
Keep in mind that the ferries that leave from the mainland that connect to the Islands are slower (per person), and sometimes they don’t even call the Islands, so you have to look for them. This is one of those “per person” fares.
I hope this helps. Our gourmet store — unlike the Cozy Corners Shop — is open 24/7, so no need to miss a meal! (We’re a “take-out” island.) Enjoy your cruise!
Jeffrey Stockman;Royal Caribbean International”We do it every day with a smile, because
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