The cruise ship Casa de los Muertos has made history as the first cruise ship to visit the depths below the Caribbean Sea, visiting some of the most remote areas on Earth.
The cruise will leave from the port of Cartagena in Colombia on Monday, June 17.
The ship is scheduled to depart the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on July 6.
“It’s a unique opportunity to explore the world of exploration,” said Anne-Marie D’Angelo, chief executive of the Caribbean Cruise Line, which operates Casa del Muerto.
“This is the first time that we’ve been able to travel deep in the ocean in a ship and to get to the bottom of it.”
The trip is being organised by the Casa Del Muertoz, which will take guests on a tour of the remote island.
“The idea behind the cruise is to give guests the opportunity to discover some of these remote areas and the people that live there,” said D’Angelico.
“We have some of our most remote communities and that’s why this is such an exciting time.”
The cruise is expected to last from about two to three days and will include stops at sites such as caves, caves, mud houses and a boat ramp that takes visitors through the ruins of a 16th century church.
The tour, which was originally scheduled for last year, has been delayed by a lack of funding from the cruise line.
“At the moment, we are running out of money for the cruise,” said the company’s chief executive, Pedro D’Anconia.
“There’s no money in the budget, and so we have to wait until we have some additional funds.”
This week, the cruise ship has been sailing through the Caribbean.
“To the surprise of no one, the ocean is really beautiful,” D’Antonio said.
“And it’s really easy to travel by ship.”
The Casa is one of two cruise ships that are expected to be on the water this summer to explore some of Caribbean’s most remote regions.
D’Artagnan said he and his partner, Joaquin Guillen, decided to travel to St. Martin in order to explore more of the island’s caves and caves, where he has been a guest of the locals.
“One of the things we have found is that this island is really isolated,” D ‘Artagnans said.
It’s a really difficult place to live and explore.
“I was very disappointed to hear that the government hasn’t offered a bigger investment in this project,” he said.
The company is currently operating in St. Croix, St. Kitts and Nevis and Guillén has also visited St. Lucia, the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
But D’Oro said he was happy to have found new ways to explore these remote regions, adding that the trip will be different from his previous ventures.
“You know that we have these places where you’re very much like you’re just sitting in the back of a ship, and it’s very difficult to explore because there are so many roads and you’re not in any particular area, but there are many beautiful places, and I think it’s a wonderful opportunity to see that,” he added.
Dartagnans and Guillaume D’Aran will be the first guests to join the cruise group.
The crew is making plans to stay in St Martin for several days to continue exploring.
The first ship to leave will be a smaller vessel, but the two will travel in a larger vessel to see what it is like.
“In the Caribbean, there’s so much to do,” Dartascano said.
Darts is the director of operations for the St. Barthelemy Society, a charity that helps children and young people in the island nation.
“These people are the most disadvantaged, the least likely to go to school and the most likely to have access to healthcare and basic necessities,” he told CBC News.
“So I think that they’re really going to benefit from these opportunities to explore and see some of their own country and see their own environment.”
The group has spent the past two years working with local children and adults, learning about their communities, and giving them opportunities to learn.
“When we started the St Bartheles Society, we saw that there was a lot of opportunity for children to get involved in their own way,” said Guillaumes father, Pedro, who has been working with the kids since he was a teenager.
“He started learning to play the harp, which he would learn from the adults and that is the beginning of a career in harp playing.”
D’artagnan is also the author of two books, one of which has been featured in a CBC documentary, which is available to buy on the CBC website.
The second book