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Trip Vista Cruises — A Great Way to See the World

Posted on: October 5, 2012

Traveling on a cruise is one of the most ideal ways to see the world. On the one hand, you’re fully contained in a ship that has all the comforts of home – sometimes even more comforts than home (unless your home comes equipped with room services). Being on a cruise, in this regard, can be incredibly relaxing. The day can start when you want it to, and meals happen at your schedule. If you want to spend the morning in your pajamas, watching whales through the window, that’s a choice you ca …

Bahama Vacation Cruise

Posted on: August 20, 2012

The Bahamas are a group of islands off the coast of Florida and Cuba. The term “Bahamas” can refer to both the country and the group of islands, as the two are not exactly the same thing. The island chain contains the Commonwealth of the Bahamas as well as several other nations including Hispaniola and The Turks. The area is near the Bermuda triangle, which despite legendary accounts to the contrary, does not experience a significantly higher rate of disaster than any other portion of the oc …

Bahama Outdoor Activities

Posted on: August 20, 2012

The Bahamas are a great place for outdoor activities. The country lies firmly in the tropics and as such is filled with plenty of beautiful greenery and ocean vistas. Because of this it is a great place to practice any number of outdoor activities. Many of the outdoor activities in the Bahamas involve water, since the country is literally surrounded by it. Obvious choices for activities in the Bahamas include ocean cruises, such as those offered by Trip Vista vacations. A cruise can be a great w …

A Little History

Posted on: August 20, 2012

The SS Sapona was a concrete ship that wrecked in the Bahamas. Concrete is heavy, and would seem to be a poor material for building ships. While it is true that steel or other metals are lighter, reinforced concrete is a cheap material with which to build. So, if a builder can find cheap labor, and sell the ship to a company that is not planning on using the ship to travel long distances, concrete can be an ideal material. The SS Sapona was such a ship. Launched in 1920, the Sapona was eventu …

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