Blacks Over 40 at Sea
The original and only cruise exclusively for African American men and women over 40
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August 25 - September 1, 2013
Mo Bay,” as it’s affectionately known, is a tropical live wire. Kick back to the saucy rhythms of reggae, . Blessed with some of the country’s finest beaches, shopping, restaurants., “.into the island’s breathtaking countryside. Lounge on the golden sands of a palm-shaded beach. Test your skills and perfect your putting on a seaside golf course. Swing to reggae sounds at a barefoot beach bar when you cruise to Jamaica. Shop for hand-woven straw hats and delicate wood carvings.
Imagine white sand beaches, a plethora of duty-free shops selling jewels and liquor, and de rigueur water activities like snorkeling and scuba -- and Grand Cayman will likely come to mind. The cliche might just be based on the destination, with its lovely Seven Mile Beach, George Town's retail center and plenty of sites for diving, snorkeling and other water sports. Grand Cayman also celebrates marine life at Stingray City and the Cayman Turtle Farm, and even offers a twist on island paradise with the town of Hell (THE place from which to send the quintessential kitschy postcard).
Cozumel offers darn good deals on jewelry, Mexican handicrafts, T-shirts and other souvenirs, mostly in the main -- actually, make that only -- town of San Miguel. But what was pleasing to discover is that there's much more to Cozumel than duty-free shopping. This small island (measuring just 28 miles long and 10 miles wide) lies just off the coast of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, and offers incredibly diverse options for watersports' lovers, due partly to its proximity to spectacular coral reefs. And along with snorkeling, beach bumming and boating are popular activities, scuba diving is one of the biggest draws here.
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