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What to do on St. Kitts cruise visit?

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My husband and I are in our late 50's/early 60's on our first-ever cruise on the Windspirit visiting St. Kitts for the day in early March. We love to snorkel, swim, walk the beach and would like your advice on where the best place is to go to do that -- Frigate Bay, South Friars, Cockleshell, or where is the best snorkeling you can get to from the beach?

Is St. Kitts an island where you would recommend a snorkel trip that would take us to better snorkeling off shore? Our other ports of call will be Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, St. Barths and St. Martin - which are best for snorkeling?

Also please share with us what non-beach/snorkel things you think are "don't miss this" experiences on St. Kitts. Do you recommend ship excursions or going on you own and if so, how to plan for that?

Thanks for your help.

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