The coastal resort of Savannah, Georgia, has become the latest city in the South to offer tourists the chance to experience a Caribbean-style vacation at a Caribbean cruise.
On the heels of the $200-a-night Caribbean cruise from Panama City Beach, the Caribbean Cruise Experience at the Savannah Savannah is now offering a $20-a.commission, five-day cruise, to the Savannah.
The cruise will depart in the middle of March from the Caribbean cruise resort, which is the only Caribbean cruise ship in the United States.
Savannah residents can now get a taste of the Caribbean experience, a trip that has been around for more than 60 years.
“We’re trying to give guests the best of both worlds, something they’ve never experienced before,” Savannah Tourism Director Mike Dillard said.
The Savannah cruise will feature a Caribbean food menu, live entertainment and activities and a night of art and entertainment.
Dillard was able to attend the Savannah cruise with his family, but he’s not sure how long it will take to get them to Savannah, but said the cruise is already booked up.
“Our goal is to do this in as little time as possible,” Dillard told The Globe and Mail.
Dampening the tourist season at the Bahamas This summer, visitors to the Bahamas have been getting in some extra vacation time.
“It’s just great,” said one resident of the Bahamas, who asked that her name not be used because she doesn’t want to jeopardize her vacation plans.
The Bahamas was the first Caribbean island to offer a Caribbean Cruise experience.
According to The Bahamas Tourism Authority, the Bahamas is the fourth-most popular destination for Caribbean cruises.
In the last decade, the island has experienced a surge in tourism and the Bahamas has been ranked number four in the Bahamas tourism rankings.
In 2015, the country recorded the highest number of tourists visiting the Bahamas in three decades.
The increase in tourism is partly attributed to the popularity of the island’s Caribbean food, Caribbean culture and the islands Caribbean coastline.
In 2014, the islands largest beach, St. Kitts, was added to the Caribbean Cruises itinerary.
This year, the beaches of St. Martin, St., and St. Vincent will all be added to a Caribbean cruised itinerary, making the Bahamas a more popular destination.
“If you’re planning a Caribbean vacation, Savannah is a great place to start,” Dampen said.
“The best thing about Savannah is that it’s a very small island.
The city also offers a variety of entertainment and events that can be held at various locations throughout the city. “
People will still come to Savannah if they want to,” he added.
The city also offers a variety of entertainment and events that can be held at various locations throughout the city.
Damping the tourist year-round is important, as visitors will have less time to spend in the city during the summer months.
“Visitors to Savannah will have more time to explore the city,” Damps said.
This summer will also see a reduction in the number of cruise ships visiting the island.
The number of ships departing the island is expected to drop to around two per year, from the current seven per year.
The next step for Dampens group is to work on getting the Savannah community involved in the Caribbean vacation.
The Caribbean Cruise Expeditions and Cruise Savannah have both opened in the Savannah area, and the Savannah Tourism Authority is working on bringing Caribbean cruise ships to the city, and is also planning to add the Savannah Ferry to the itinerary for the Caribbean Adventure cruise.
“Southeast Georgia has a great number of Caribbean cruise destinations,” Dades said.
And it’s great to see the Savannah population coming together and supporting these companies that want to bring cruise ships and people to Savannah.
“Savannah’s Caribbean Adventure Cruise is scheduled to begin its cruise from Jacksonville, Florida, on May 12.