Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali or Kwanzaa the Caribbean is welcoming at this time of the year. The majority of the islands have large catholic followings.
We hope you like our film about Christmas trees in Barbados, Grenada and Amber Cove. They may not have real fir trees or snow, but it is just the same, except they sing, Santa’s Looking For A Wife in reggae beat!
Christmas is a time of cheer, when all the family sit around, want to eat different things, do different stuff and feel Christmas has different meanings. So while the kids splash in the pool, Nanny is in church, Dad is watching football in the bar for an early morning cheer, Mum is in the spa. Sorry for choosing such stereotypical headlines, so for the politically correct any of the above could be in any of the mentioned places. However, to stop those arguments and to have space and be together at lunch and dinner, served and the washing up done… you can see why the Cruise works. Seriously, we do not need to explain why cruises work, but they work best with four generations of an extended family together at Christmas. So where are your favourite ships on Christmas day? – the answer is normally at sea, most will be at sea because towns and cities close. But onboard is where the fun is.
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