Half Moon Cay–Holland America’s Island

Summer could not come fast enough for us so we headed to the Caribbean for a spring cruise!   In April we sailed on the ms Zuiderdam out of Fort Lauderdale.

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Our first stop was Holland America’s own private island, Half Moon Cay.  This was our 3rd time here.  The beach is beautiful and the sand is like baking soda!

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This trip we shared the island with the Zuiderdam’s sister ship, the Noordam.

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The sea and sky really are this color!

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build sandcastles,    11 036 C

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I would definitely recommend parasailing!

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You can even ride a horse on the beach!

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When we were here in the fall it was really hot and the water was like bath water.  It was still hot this spring but the water was cool.  It’s a good idea to rent a little cabana/half shell so you have a place to get out of the sun!

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It’s a little bit of paradise.   11 061 C

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Gracia's Travels is a photo blog. I always take too many pictures on trips so I justify my compulsion with this blog! The blog is mostly photos - they tell the best part of the story. Please contact me if you would like to use any of my photos.
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2 Responses to Half Moon Cay–Holland America’s Island

  1. Joanne says:

    I want to be there right NOW!!!! Lovely, Gracia

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