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Somewhere, South Carolina
October 25, 2004
From journal First Time on a Cruise Ship
May 15, 2004
From journal Pretty Good Cruise (but too short)
Port Orange, Florida
March 30, 2004
A great learning experience for little ones and just plain fun for adults - this was so worth the cost. Do bring your own water from home or fill up bottles on the boat, since water there and onboard is expensive. After your swim, snuggle up in one of the hammocks dotted throughout the island, swim in the crystal-clear lagoon, or take pictures in "postcard" settings throughout the island.
From journal Dump Your Kids Camp
Pearl City, Virginia
May 9, 2003
From journal Club Land'Or
January 21, 2003
During the boat ride you are able to go below deck to the belly of the boat to see a variety of beautiful fish in shallow waters through the glass laid bottom. The fish are attracted to the boat from above, where our tour guides are feeding the fish breadcrumbs. The "Ya Man" tour guide names off the different types of fish you are viewing.
Once you arrive at Blue Lagoon you are free to do as you please. Some of the activities you part take in are swimming, scuba driving, and snorkeling.
The cruise provided a barbecue for lunch, prepared by the ships' chiefs.
The island also hosts a dolphin encounter. This is priced separately. At $50 to swim with the dolphins, and add $20 to include a picture with you and the dolphins. Viewing is free!
This island is truly a lagoon. The water is very shallow and is a beautiful turquoise color. This island was the original filming location for Gilligan's Island. There is a gift shop to purchase souvenirs.
From journal Cruise to Nassau Bahamas