STAR COLLECTOR: CARIBBEAN CULTURES: LATIN AMERICA & THE GREATER ANTILLES

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Star Collector: Caribbean Cultures: Latin America & the Greater Antilles

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Feb 10 Mon
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Feb 11 Tue
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Feb 12 Wed
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Feb 13 Thu
At Sea
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Feb 16 Sun
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Feb 17 Mon
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Feb 18 Tue
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At Sea
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Feb 22 Sat
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Feb 24 Mon
1:00 PM
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Feb 25 Tue
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Feb 27 Thu
8:00 AM
11:59 PM
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Feb 29 Sat
6:00 AM
 
MON FEB 10
TO 4:00 PM Colón

day 1 Colón, Panama


Colón, Panama
Explore the inner workings of the Panama Canal, head into the jungle to meet with Embera Indians, or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy. 
TUE FEB 11
10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Bocas del Toro

day 2 Bocas del Toro, Panama


Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro on Bastimentos island was visited by Columbus in 1502 and then built up with colorful and Caribbean-style clapboard houses by the United Fruit Company in the early 20th century.   Situated on the beautiful Bocas del Toro archipelago, the laid-back and friendly community is a great combination of races and ethnicities living harmoniously. West Indians, Latinos and Extraneros (the resident gringos) make this an easy place to feel right at home and embrace the relaxed Caribbean vibe of the town. Not far from town is the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, as well as two national parks, La Amistad and many banana plantations. We will anchor at Red Frog Marina, considered to have the finest beaches of Panama.
WED FEB 12
1:00 PM TO 7:00 PM Isla San Andres

day 3 Isla San Andres, Colombia


Isla San Andres, Colombia
At 10 square miles, the small island of San Andrés is considered a Colombia hot spot. The island, part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is multicultural and bilingual with the best beaches, and snorkeling spots. It’s a highlight to snorkel with puffer fish, angel fish, sea turtles and eels in the crystal-clear turquoise waters surrounding the island.
SAT FEB 15
9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Roatan

day 6 Roatan, Honduras


Roatan, Honduras
The ocean playground around Roatan is part of the huge Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. These protected waters provide excellent snorkeling, kayaking, swimming with dolphins and other marine life and pristine powdery white beaches. Sample tradition island cuisine like conch, baleadas or pastilles in one of the many excellent cafes accompanied by delicious Honduran coffee
SUN FEB 16
9:00 AM TO 7:00 PM Belize City

day 7 Belize City, Belize


Belize City, Belize
With an origin as a logging camp and exporter of mahogany, Belize City is known now as the gateway to lovely nature and beautiful offshore islands. But stay in town long enough to check out the Swing Bridge – the only functioning manually operated bridge in the world. Then find the Cave Branch River for a float through ancient Mayan caves or visit the howler monkeys at the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
MON FEB 17
8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Costa Maya

day 8 Costa Maya, Mexico


Costa Maya, Mexico
Costa Maya is the closest gateway to the Chaccoben Mayan Ruins some of which you can climb to get an amazing view. The port features interesting shopping, local artisans and good restaurant and bars. It is part of the massive Mesoamerican Barrier Reef and the Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve, home to sharks, dolphins and turtles and the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve where jaguars, monkeys and hundreds of bird species live.
TUE FEB 18
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Cozumel

day 9 Cozumel, Mexico


Cozumel, Mexico
The Mesamerican Barrier Reef spans 14 miles around the Mexican island of Cozumel and the impressive marine diversity here makes it an excellent place for snorkeling and diving. Chankanaab, an eco-park surrounding a lagoon offers underwater caverns that are home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles.  Or take a ferry ride over to the mainland to explore the beaches of Playa del Carmen.
THU FEB 20
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Grand Cayman

day 11 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands


Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
The largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is known for its beautiful beaches and coral reefs. Seven Mile Beach, for one is a long stretch of white sand, calm turquoise waters and shops and restaurants. Stingray City is the most popular attraction where the stingrays can be touched, fed and even held. The island has one cross-country walking path, the Mastic Trail and horseback riding on the beach may be the best way to experience the beauty of this place.
FRI FEB 21
7:00 AM TO 1:00 PM Cayman Brac

day 12 Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands


Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands
On tiny Cayman Brac, The Bluff, a limestone cliff running the length of the island contains numerous caves including the Bat Cave. It is a nature lover’s dream of lovely secluded beaches and lush green forests. Birdwatchers can search for endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons or see the parrots at the Parrot Reserve. The hiking trails that crisscross the island lead to historic sites, reptilian habitats and unusual flora.
SAT FEB 22
12:00 PM TO 6:00 PM Port Antonio

day 13 Port Antonio, Jamaica


Port Antonio, Jamaica
Known as the gateway to the nearby Reach Falls, with its series of cascades tumbling from pool to pool, John Crow Mountains and tropical jungles, Port Antonio is a delightful hodgepodge of markets, street vendors, greenery, beaches and Georgian architecture. Experience the fun of taking a bamboo raft down the Rio River and don’t miss the world famous bottomless Blue Lagoon.
MON FEB 24
1:00 PM TO 10:00 PM Santo Domingo

day 15 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic


Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
La Capital, as Santo Domingo is affectionately known, is a UNESCO site and one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean, with Zona Colonial buildings dating back to the 1500s. Santo Domingo is also considered the most modern metropolis in the Caribbean doing a great job of converging old and new.  At the heart of the Zona Colonial, a pedestrian-friendly maze of cobblestones and interesting architecture is the first cathedral built in the New World. Find time to sample the aromatic coffee and cacao.
THU FEB 27
8:00 AM TO 11:59 PM Jost Van Dyke, Great Harbour

day 18 Jost Van Dyke, Great Harbour, B.V.I.


Jost Van Dyke, Great Harbour, B.V.I.
For an island comprised of a mere eight square miles, it’s amazing how much there is to do on Jost Van Dyke. Visit the national park on nearby Diamond Cay, snorkel among swaying sponges and angelfish at Sandy Spit, or pilot your own boat around Sir Francis  Drake Waterway. After all that, you’ll be ready for an evening drink on the beach — where you can admire your Windstar ship aglow in the harbor. 
FRI FEB 28
8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Virgin Gorda

day 19 Virgin Gorda, B.V.I.


Virgin Gorda, B.V.I.
A beautiful coral reef wavers just beneath you as your ship makes the break into exclusive North Sound. You can imagine the reaction of the locals watching from The Bitter End Yacht Club as your ship comes around the corner under full canvas. At the other end of the island lies the curious assembly of house-sized boulders called “The Baths,” which form huge underground pools and caverns that you’re free to explore.
SAT FEB 29
6:00 AM TO St. Maarten

day 20 Philipsburg, St. Maarten


Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Pastel-colored buildings and shops filled with tempting souvenirs herald your arrival to bustling Philipsburg. Situated near the harbor on the Dutch side of St. Maarten, Philipsburg owes its discovery to Christopher Columbus in 1493. Today, celebrated Front Street is home to a number of local Creole restaurants as well as jewelry stores, stylish boutiques, and lively casinos for visitors seeking an upbeat island experience.

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