Our 10-day Holland America Line Southern Caribbean Seafarer sailing has sadly come to an end, however we wanted to share some highlights of our cruise with Vancouverscape readers.

We began and ended this journey in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, starting with two nights at the Renaissance Fort Lauderdale West Hotel.



After two days at sea, Bonaire is our first port of call.


The following day is spent in Curaçao.

[Welcome to Curaçao!]



[Hato Caves, Curaçao]

[The famous Queen Emma pontoon bridge in Curaçao]

[Blue Curaçao cocktails in Willemstad]

After our day in Curaçao, we sailed to the Dominican Republic, where we took an excursion through the countryside and finished off with lunch and beach time at Coconut Cove Beach.

Dominican Republic-3

Dominican Republic-2
[Coconut Cove Beach]

Dominican Republic
[Amber Cove, Dominican Republic, with the MS Rotterdam in the background]

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos-4

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos-3

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
[Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos]

[Half Moon Cay, Bahamas]

Our final port of call is at Half Moon Cay, Bahamas, owned by the Carnival Corporation, which means our ship is the only one here for the day!

You can find additional photos of our cruise here and here.

We were guests aboard the MS Rotterdam for the purpose of exploring Holland America’s Southern Caribbean Seafarer sailing. Opinions, as always, remain our own.

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