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Cruise passengers are flocking to the revamped Nassau Cruise Port in The Bahamas, with the Caribbean’s most popular cruise destination topping its all-time record with a month to spare in 2023. 

So far this year, Nassau Cruise Port has received 3,869,003 passengers through the end of November, the highest total in its history. 

That eclipsed the previous record of 3,859,183 passengers set in 2019.

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While Silver Airways has been steadily expanding its network in the Caribbean out of San Juan, Puerto Rico, it’s easy to forget that the carrier is actually based in South Florida. 

For years, Silver has been operating a host of routes between Florida cities and destinations, mostly, in the Out Islands of The Bahamas. 

Now, the company is set to add a brand-new destination: the Turks and Caicos Islands. 

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Music stars, delicious Caribbean food, endless cultural celebration. 

This is the best Christmas festival in the Caribbean, and it’s a unique way to spend the festive season in the islands. 

St Croix’s beloved Crucian Christmas is back again this year, a December celebration that will include a full lineup of musical performances. 

That includes Festival Village Nights, including a show headlined by Afrobeats star Davido, which will conclude 12 days of celebrations in the Festival Village. 

Davido will be joined by music stars like Mr. Killa, Mic Love, Bugz, Sisa and Quantizing backed by Blind Earz Band. 

This year’s Crucian Christmas Festival runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 6, with entertainment every night, centered around the Festival Village, which includes an array of local shops, eateries and cultural offerings. 

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Canadian carrier Flair Airlines has launched a pair of nonstop routes to the Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of Punta Cana. 

Flair has officially kicked off its inaugural service from both Ottawa and Toronto to Punta Cana, adding new connections from Canada to the beach destination. 

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