Cruising with Headricks, Crockers

Susan EspirituOur Town Adventure Seekers

Knox the Fox hopped the Enchanted Princess cruise ship with the Headricks and Crockers for a seven-day western Caribbean voyage including a venture into Mexico.

Sisters Dawn and Doe, with husbands Tony and Glenn, spent the week wearing their Medallion, described by Princess as “a quarter-sized, wearable device that enables everything from touch-free boarding to locating your loved ones anywhere on the ship, as well as enhanced service like having whatever you want.”

Dawn confirmed. She said the service was incredible with crew members appearing like magic, sensing when a guest needed something, before even asking.

The cruise departed from Fort Lauderdale with two days at sea and four ports of call.

Cozumel, Mexico, was the first port of call. Cozumel offers wide choices for the tourist, with white-sand beaches, Mayan temples, jungle wildlife and stunning coral reefs for snorkeling. In fact, the Palancar Reef is one of the most spectacular coral formations in all the Caribbean.

After a day in Cozumel, the crew headed to Belize City, Belize, for the next day’s port of call. Many of the same attractions awaited the tourists with Mayan ruins, tropical wildlife and the second largest barrier reef for a diving attraction, if so inclined.

The blue waters of Roatan mirror most port waters

Port three took the crew to Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras, but only 37 miles in length. Once again, this stop was an explosion of beautiful beaches, tropical foliage and coral reefs for diving, but with a backdrop of mountains that could also provide an opportunity for hiking.

Mahahual, Costa Maya, was the last port of call and is described as a sleepy fishing village. There were opportunities to once again learn about the Mayan culture, relax on the beach or go diving.

These travelers thoroughly enjoyed this cruise, both the time on the ship and off and are looking forward to their next one whenever or wherever it may be!

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