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Itinerary for 8th Annual SuperCruise
October 18-26, 2014


Saturday, Oct 18, 2014

Depart Fort Lauderdale at 4:00pm*

Sunday, Oct 19, 2014

Fun Day At Sea!

Monday, Oct 20, 2014

Fun Day At Sea!

Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014

Arrive Limon, Costa Rica at 10:00am
Depart at 6:00pm

Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014

Arrive Colon, Panama at 8:00am
Depart at 5:00pm

Thursday, Oct 23, 2014

Fun Day At Sea!

Friday, Oct 24, 2014

Arrive Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands at 7:00am
Depart at 4:00pm

Saturday, Oct 25, 2014

Fun Day At Sea!

Sunday, Oct 26, 2014

Arrive Fort Lauderdale at 8:00am

All times listed are approximate and are subject to change.

* Please note: All guests must be checked-in no later than 90 minutes prior to the published sailing time or they will not be permitted to sail.



Port Information

Listed below is general information on the ports-of-call for the 2014 SuperCruise.


Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a destination spot that offers many vacation options. It is a leader in adventure and eco-tourism, but it is also a preferred destination for health and well being, educational, and youth tourism. Despite the small size of the country, it is home to 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Nature lovers regularly visit the country to enjoy the flora and fauna. Tourists can also go diving among a wealth of marine species, sport fishing, bird watching, surfing, hiking through forests, canopying, white-water rafting, and kayaking. There are also dozens of beaches that offer year-round open air activities thanks to the beautiful tropical forests and pleasant temperatures throughout the country. Come and discover, and partake in a magical natural and cultural experience, within a relaxing environment, and with people that are easy-going, warm, and friendly.


Average Temperature in October: Hi 84°F / Lo 69°F





Panama owns a cultural multiplicity that makes it unique among the Central American countries. One of the biggest contributors to this cultural richness is the constant presence of visitors from all over the world. In addition, the intense connection of Panama with the sea makes it very similar to a Caribbean island. With almost three-and-a-half million inhabitants, its population is compounded 67% of mestizos (amerindian with targets) and mulatos (white with black), 14% blacks, 10% whites, 6% amerindian (indigenous), and 3% from varied ethnic origins. This mixture has been stimulated by the atmosphere of tolerance and harmony that has always reigned in the territory. Here, visitors can also see one of the world's greatest feats of engineering: the Panama Canal.

Note: The SuperCruise does not sail through the Panama Canal, however, several shore excursions to the canal will be available while the ship is in port. Additional fees apply for all shore excursions.

Average Temperature in October: Hi 85°F / Lo 76°F



The Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Enjoy laidback British civility in a sun-splashed tropical locale in Grand Cayman, the largest of the Cayman Islands. Don’t let the island’s scrubland terrain fool you—a spectacular marine paradise lies just offshore, where a living undersea wall drops dramatically into the ocean deep. The island offers the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the kaleidoscopic Caribbean Sea.

Enjoy a port day of snorkeling with stingrays and lounging on the soft sands of mile-long beaches. This sunny dot in the blue-green Caribbean Sea is small but special. On Grand Cayman, shapely palms cast shadows on landscaped lawns, iridescent fish ply the sparkling seas, and the sun shines almost everyday.

Here is a sampling of fun things to do in Grand Cayman:

  • Stroll the shops, cafes, and museums in George Town
  • Admire the panoramic views of the Caribbean from the Pedro St. James great house
  • Snorkel the multicolored reef from Cayman Kai beach to Rum Point
  • Sip a tropical drink in the barefoot-in-the-sand ambience of Calico Jack’s
  • Swim with gentle stingrays in Stingray City
  • Spot native parrots and lizards in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
  • Dive in the wondrous undersea world along the Cayman Wall

Average Temperature in October: Hi 85°F / Lo 77°F