AAA Traveler - Winter 2013 - (Page 12)

Your Own Private island BY DeBBie selinskY illustratiOn BY aliCe feagan Passengers cruising the Caribbean often cite the cruise line’s private island as their favorite port of call. Whether you’re looking forward to watersports or escaping to a secluded beach, an uncrowded exclusive island promises a golden day of sun and fun. Debbie selinsky has cruised to all seven continents and more than 100 countries. island & Cruise line What’s ashore family fun get away from it all Cool factor little extras 12 Visit your local brancH CocoCay® Bahamas Royal Caribbean International® & Celebrity Cruises® Princess Cays® Bahamas Princess Cruises® White sandy beaches, a lighthouse, an aqua park, a barbecue site and bar service. Barbecue and bar facilities, a lookout tower, a watersports kiosk and shopping marketplace. You can hit the water on the wildly popular Wave Runners or parasail over the island. If it’s aquatic, it’s here: snorkeling, swimming, fishing, kayaking, and sailing on sailboats, catamarans and paddle-wheelers. Hammocks are placed in cozy locales perfect for napping and reading on this quiet island. Honeymooners can sneak away to the top of the stone tower for the view. Don’t miss the sunken replica of Blackbeard’s famed ship, Queen Anne’s Revenge. Get your hair braided by locals and shop the markets for crafts. Walk off sumptuous cruise ship food on the island’s nature trails. Call 1-888-258-1099 CliCk You’ll be able to check out Eleuthera, a vacation paradise for the rich and famous.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of AAA Traveler - Winter 2013

AAA Traveler - Winter 2013
Table of Contents
On the Move
Your Story
Ask the Experts
Alaska Inside & Out
Your Own Private Island
Hail to the Brits
A Family Affair
Italy Four Ways
Coastal Cruising
A World of Enchantment
Trip Notes
Pilgrimage to Cape Cod
All in a Day
Photo Challenge

AAA Traveler - Winter 2013