Monday, March 14, 2011

Cruise Review: Grand Cayman

In Grand Cayman, we book an excursion to go to Stingray Sandbar and Rum Point.  I'm going to break Grand Cayman up into two parts.  The first I'm going to show pictures of our excursion.  The second I'm going to take about what we did when we got back on the ship.

We boarded a boat for our 25 minutes ride out to Stingray Sandbar.

Stingray Sandbar was one of the coolest things I have ever done.  We were able to hold, kiss, and feed the stingrays, as well as get a massage from them.

After we were done at Stingray Sandbar, we took a 20 minute ride over to Rum Point for a 2 hour beach break.  Rum Point was absolutely gorgeous!

I'll be back this afternoon with some pictures from the ship on Grand Cayman day.


  1. I'm loving all the pics from your trip! I have a bit of a silly husband and I have never been on a cruise, and we're hoping to go on one soon that goes to Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Mexico and the Keys...We have a tiny window to go on said cruise because I'm 3 months pregnant. The problem is that neither of us have passports. Do we need them to go on a similar cruise to yours?

    Thanks, and looking forward to more cruise posts!


  2. Desiree,
    All the is currently required to go on a closed-loop cruise (one that starts and ends at the same port) is a certified birth certificate and photo ID. So no, you do not need to worry about getting passports.

    Is the cruise you're looking at leaving out of Ft. Lauderdale? If so, we're looking at taking that one next January.