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Natalya grew up in tropical North Queensland and with 6 years in holiday planning, joined the Globenet team. She likes to delight her clients with exceptional knowledge to fulfil their holiday plans. Natalya loves to explore Europe and cruise at least once a year."If seasickness is a concern, visit the ship's doctor within the first 24 hours for "the jab". If you leave it too long to get it it won't be as effective. Also travel insurance will generally cover the cost of this (but speak with your insurer)."
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Cruises visiting Jacksonville
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Jacksonville, in the state of Florida on the east coast of USA, is situated on the St. Johns River about 20 km upstream from the Atlantic Ocean. This enormous metropolis has become America's second-largest city, in terms of size, and is a particularly amiable location. Tourism has long been an integral part of life in Jacksonville, mainly due to the city's impressive beaches, used all year round, and coastline. Discovered in 1513 by the Spanish, Jacksonville has a rich heritage and the city's many tourist attractions are often full of historic information, celebrating Jacksonville's rich past. Those interested in the history of the region should visit the Museum of Weapons and Early American History, as well as the Museum of Science and History - full of scientific wonders, hands-on displays, dinosaur exhibits and a planetarium.
Important galleries include the Cummer Museum of Art and Garden - highly regarded for its extensive collection of Meissen porcelain and art works from Europe and America, and the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art - dedicated to increasing the public's awareness of contemporary art works. Be sure to take the scenic Southbank Riverwalk, and a ride on the Skyway Monorail. Many are delighted to visit the Jacksonville Zoological Gardens which with more than 1,000 rare and exotic animals, is regarded locally as a 'Walking Safari'. Then there’s the Adventure Landing and Shipwreck Island Water Park with many attractions, including a speedway, fast rides, golf, water slides and rollercoasters.
Other notable tourist attractions include the Fort Caroline National Memorial - standing on the banks of St. John's River, and the breathtaking black granite monument, the Veterans Memorial Wall. There are also delightful parks to be visited, such as the Walter Jones Historical Park with a spacious riverfront site containing walking trails and picnic areas, and Jacksonville's Fort Clinch State Park with hiking and cycle trails, and a range of other recreational activities. Of particular interest to many is the Friendship fountain with its amazing displays in St John’s River Park. From here there’s also a wonderful view of downtown Jacksonville.
Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Jacksonville in the 2016-2018 seasons.
Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at North America East Coast Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.