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Which So Caribbean Cruise Itinerary?

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I'm all about the best ports of call and no mega size ships. Minimal At Sea Days, beautiful islands and beaches and interesting culture. Hate shopping. In our 60's. Only the second cruise of our lives. Which of these 4 would you choose and why for a 7 night departing San Juan in February (these are on RC or Celebrity)? I must admit St. Thomas sounds too crowded to me (I don't like shopping) and I've always wanted to see Barbados. Don't know any of these other ports except San Juan:

Option 1:
St. Thomas
St. Lucia
Guadaloupe
Antiqua
St. Croix

Option 2:
St. Lucia
Antigua
St Croix
St. Maarten
Barbados

Option 3:
St. Thomas
St. Croix
St. Kitts
Dominica
Grenada

Option 4:
Tortola
St. Maarten
St. Kitts
Guadaloupe
Babados

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