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I signed up for a Culebra tour for March 2011 and pre-paid 95% of the week long trip. It was cancelled after I'd booked my flight to PR. Six years later, I'm still waiting for my refund. I've tried to contact for a refund and...More
As other reviewers have written, a voyage with Wanderbird is not for the cruise set. I participated in the repositioning of this wonderful small ship from Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland to her home port in Belfast, Maine, at the end of the annual summer season...More
This is not your average cruise! If you want a taste of adventure and to see stunning places seemingly lost to time, this is the trip for you! You'll stay in a cozy little cabin, complete with real-deal sailing "head" and a hot shower that...More
We also spent a week in the beautiful islands surrounding Puerto Rico. A wonderful adventure with 3 others couples cruising the idyllic islands, snorkeling, and making friends. Rick, Karen and their crew make you fell like you are family, and welcome you aboard with open...More
Midwinter, and I'm still dreaming about the incredible places visited aboard the Wanderbird, places unattainable by larger ships. Hidden fjords, their high walls streaming with waterfalls, a bear ambling across a high meadow, a hauntingly beautiful abandoned outport, the vibrant streets of St. Pierre, France's...More
We traveled on the Wanderbird for a week in 2010. At that time the boat was spending winters in Culebra (near Puerto Rico), but their primary venue is the Maine coast and northern Maritimes, up as far as Greenland.
Our experience in Culebra was a...More