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Lobster on a Budget

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Hi! I will be going on a cruise that goes from Florida to Panama, Costa Rica, Aruba, Curacao, and the Bahamas (Half Moon Bay). I've never had lobsters from the Carribean and have heard that they're very different from cold water lobsters. I hear that there are a number of places in the Carribean where they serve lobsters at low prices. Is there any a particular place that someone can recommend? Also, I read that there used to be a place that had all you can eat lobsters...does anyone know anything about this?

Thank you!

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