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We were extremely grateful for Martine's advice regarding cabin position. We would have selected level 12 ourselves however she advised this was under Horizon Court and she felt there could be a noise problem. Friends we travelled with were in the area we would have selected and they continually complained of having bad nights with noise"
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Cruises visiting Pointe-a-Pitre & all Pointe-a-Pitre cruises for  2019-2020-2021

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Pointe-a-Pitre (“Headland of Peter”; population 172,000) is the largest city of Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France, located in the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean. (The capital is Basse-Terre.) The inhabitants are called "Pointois". The port is on the island of Grande-Terre, facing west to nearby Basse-Terre Island. The islands are joined by a bridge across a narrow sea channel called Salt River, and they are often referred to as a single island. The history of Pointe-a-Pitre has been marked with a number of major fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, epidemics, British settlements, finally French. The official language is French, but Antillean Creole is spoken virtually by the entire population.

The economy depends on tourism, agriculture (particularly sugar and bananas), light industry and services. Unsurprisingly, most tourists come from France, though recently visits from cruise ships are increasing. Visitors can take a fun electric tuk-tuk tour of the city. See monuments, squares, museums, Creole houses, and the cathedral. There’s the historic Fort Fleur d’Epee on a hill with good views to sea. The small Aquarium de La Guadeloupe is worth a visit, a substitute to snorkelling and diving (but pricey).

Colourful 19th-century buildings line the older streets, such as rue Achille René Boisneuf, and the focal point of the city is the Place de la Victoire, a park surrounded by old homes and restaurants. Browsing the bustling markets is one of the most popular things to do. Opened in 2015, Mémorial ACTe is a new museum that traces the history of slavery, not just in Guadeloupe and the Caribbean but around the world. Music and dance are very popular. Another element of Guadeloupean culture is its dress - a unique style of traditional dress, with many layers of colourful fabric. The island in known internationally for its four-day Jet Ski World Championship. Other key sports are cycling and football games.

Cruises visiting Pointe-a-Pitre in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

26

DEC

Pacific Princess cruises

14

NIGHTS

Pacific Princess cruises Up to $160 OBC

$3,401

$243

Cruises visiting Pointe-a-Pitre in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

27

JAN

Ventura cruises

35

NIGHTS

Ventura cruises Up to $1,560 OBC

$5,559

$159

25

NOV

Aurora cruises

28

NIGHTS

Aurora cruises Up to $1,330 OBC

$4,519

$161

Cruises visiting Pointe-a-Pitre in 2021

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

26

FEB

Aurora cruises

65

NIGHTS

Aurora cruises Up to $3,210 OBC

$12,579

$194

3

MAR

Ventura cruises

35

NIGHTS

Ventura cruises Up to $1,730 OBC

$6,369

$182

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Pointe-a-Pitre cruises from Pointe-a-Pitre 2019-2020-2021
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