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St Kitts for an end of busy cruise relax day?

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We're in St Kitts 1 day on a cruise and looking at 2 options - this is the last stop after a busy cruise (no days at sea to relax) so we're not going to be real active. We are docked from 7 AM - 4 PM.

Option 1:
Considering taking an island tour with a taxi driver and then off to lime awhile on Cockleshell at the Reggae Beach Bar or on Frigate Bay.

Option 2:
Considering an excursion through the ship to snorkle and then head to Nevis for a barbecue on Pinneys Beach. I normally look for excursions privately (not through the cruise line) but sometimes they're only availabe via the ship.
But the cat sail from 9AM - 3PM will take up all of our day so we will miss St Kitts. But it sounds like a nice relaxing day.

The snorkeling and more importantly a nice, powdered sugar sand beach are what we would like to experience.

Thanks!

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