- published: 23 Feb 2014
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Waiting for tender service to the ship. The skipper feeds the fish.
Hey friends, check out my amazing birthday trip to Ocho Rios, Jamaica and The Cayman Islands! The ship we were on was the Sensation. Follow me on my Birthday Journey with my friends as we horseback ride in Jamaica to kissing stingrays in the Cayman Islands. It was truly an experience! Also like, comment and subscribe, thanks for watching :)
The George Town waterfront saw one of its busiest days of the year Tuesday, with six cruise ships bringing in more than 20,300 passengers, according to the Port Authority. FOR MORE SEE: https://www.caymancompass.com/2017/03/28/watch-as-20300-cruise-ship-passengers-pour-into-george-town/
USS KITTIWAKE WRECK. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British West Indies. 251 long ship with 5 accessible decks to dive with great VIZ. History: Designed as a submarine supply ship, the USS Kittiwake was built in Savannah, Georgia, USA. It launched on July 10th, 1945 and was assigned to support and rescue duty with Submarine Squadron 6. In the 1950's she was stationed in the Atlantic and served "silent service" ships. In July of 1960 the USS Kittiwake stood ready to assist the George Washington, which launched the first successful Polaris ballistic missiles. During the 1960's she continued to support submarines in Rota, Spain, and Greece. She then assisted with search and recovery of torpedoes while stationed in Norfolk, Virginia. In late 1965 the Kittiwake assisted in the recovery of a...
Save time and money when cruising or going to cruise ship destinations. Port to Port gives you the inside scoop on what to do in port without spending much money. Don't waste your time, or miss out on the fun when you only have 1 day to enjoy. Antoine (the host) has been cruising the world on 9 cruise lines and more than 30 ships. Useful information for people that want to maximize their time and money in port. Port to Port 1.7 Grand Cayman
5 day cruise to Grand Cayman, West Indies and Cozumel, Mexico aboard the Carnival Paradise! Give it a thumbs up and comment down below :) In Mexico we visited Chankanaab Park and swam with dolphins, sea lions, and manatees but unfortunately couldn't film any of it :( Song: Galantis- Runaway (U & I) Yacht Club Remix Camera used: Canon EOS rebel T2i
www.awelltraveledpath.com Cruise ships dump waste in the ocean. See where it ends up!
The Cayman Islands are composed of three beautiful islands, Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac. Grand Cayman, home of one of the most popular beach in all of the Caribbean, the Seven Mile Beach is where we stayed at. There are so many things to do and see in this island, the locals are the most friendliest people!. Must see attractions that we went to are: Rum Point, Starfish Point, Stingray City, Smith's Cove, Seven mile beach, Bodden town, and Georgetown. You can actually snorkel right off the port where the cruise ships are , guarantee to see some big sting rays, tarpoons and even some small sharks right there by the shore because of the scraps that the fishermen toss into the water after fishing. (fresh fish market is right there as well). Enjoy the video! and don't forget to...
Come along for a ride from the pier at Grand Cayman to the Carnival Magic cruise ship... via one of the Grand Cayman tenders. I just let the video camera record the whole thing... from the time they retracted the gangway on the pier until the time the tender arrived at the Carnival Magic.
Through the alleyways
to cool off in the shadows,
then into the street
following the water.
There's a bearded man
paddling in his canoe,
looks as if he has
come all the way from the Cayman Islands.
These canals, it seems,
they all go in circles,
places look the same,
and we're the only difference.
The wind is in your hair,
it's covering my view.
I'm holding on to you,
on a bike we've hired until tomorrow.
If only they could see,
if only they had been here,
they would understand,
how someone could have chosen to go the length I've gone,
to spend just one day riding.
Holding on to you,