Cruises in San Juan del SurEdit This
San Juan del Sur Cruises generally start from Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica. Some cruises offer a stop at the sleepy Nicaraguan town of San Juan del Sur also. These cruises start from Miami in Florida and Acapulco in Mexico. They have many other towns and cities on their itinerary such as Antigua, Barbados, Panama Canal and Bahia Drake.
Many of the Island Princess cruises by the Princess Cruise company have San Juan del Sur on their itinerary. These cruises last anywhere from 2 to 3 weeks. This ship has a fitness center, spa center, digital golf simulator and swimming pools. Dining choices include a steakhouse and specialty restaurants.
Princess Cruises offers a cruise that starts from Fort Lauderdale in USA. It then goes to Panama Canal via Ocho Rios. After Panama Canal, it goes to Fuerte Amador where it stops for an evening. After sailing for a day, it reaches Puerto Caldera. After a full day’s stop here, you will reach San Juan del Sur. The cruise ship will stop here for less than a day during which time you can walk through the central market and visit the nearby beaches. You can also enjoy the ambiance of the various bars and cafes along the beachfront. After this, the ship goes to Puerto Quetzal, Huatulco and the passengers can finally disembark at Acapulco.
Princess Cruise also offers another comparatively longer cruise that starts from the city of Fort Lauderdale and ends in Vancouver, Canada. Its main stops are Aruba, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Puntarenas, San Juan del Sur, Puerto Quetzal, Huatulco, Los Angeles, Victoria and Vancouver.
Windstar Cruises offer amenities of fine dining and luxurious staterooms. It has a casino as well as pools and hot tubs.
Windstar Cruise by Wind Star offers a week-long cruise that starts from Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica. It then goes to San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua where it docks for a full day and the passengers can see the town. After this it goes to Playas Del Coco, Bahia Drake, Quepos, Tortuga Island, Curu Reserve, and then back to Puerto Caldera.
A week-long cruise is operated by Star Clippers that stays only in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Puerto Caldera is the point of embarkation and debarkation. It reaches San Juan del Sur in mid-week. After that it goes through various towns in Costa Rica like Samara, Puerto Carrillo and Isla Tortugas before reaching Puerto Caldera at the end of the cruise.
P & O cruises offer a Caribbean and Panama cruise that lasts for more than 2 weeks. It starts from Acapulco in Mexico and docks at San Juan del Sur, which is only 15 miles from the border with Costa Rica. After that, it goes to Puntarenas, Balboa, transits the Panama Canal and Curacao. It then reaches Antigua and after crossing St Lucia and Barbados in West Indies, it reaches United Kingdom.
March 09, 2010 change by piyushjain