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It hardly rains - and you don't have to worry about hurricanes.
Days are balmy and humidity is the lowest of the year.
Caribbean vs. back home
Because it's cold and wintry in Canada, Europe, and the United States, the Caribbean peak season climate is all the more relishing psychologically. "Wish you were here" postcards flood the local post offices.
The onboard nightlife and dining ambiance buzz with spark and energy. The same is true in restaurants and nightspots in the ports of call. Cruise passengers have the most fun during this period.
Cruise and airline rates are lower than during the peak season. And many tourism-oriented stores increase their discounts.
It's easier to book a cruise ship cabin and airline seat.
Beaches and reefs
They're seldom packed with tourists. And sometimes you have a beach or reef area all to yourself.
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