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#18389 07/28/04 06:32 AM
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Does anyone know anything about Captain Morgan's Retreat?

#18390 07/28/04 11:35 AM
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What information are you looking for? They have both 1 bdrm villas with a kitchen and free standing cabanas(no kitchen). All have full ocean views. Call me if you have further questions 800-447-2931

#18391 08/01/04 10:14 PM
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I know this: it is a beautiful piece of property. We stopped there twice on our excursions north last week, and used the pools and the bars. nice bartenders, good service....only bad thing is too much construction going on.....

#18392 08/02/04 04:27 PM
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I've stayed at Captain Morgans a couple times; most recently July 4th week. Nice place, remote with little beach / boat traffic (which is nice IMO), good restaurant, nice staff. The downside is the distance to town; not bad if you plan to go to town a few nights a week, not so good if you want to be in town everynight. Or you can do like we did and rent a gas golf cart for the week - we went to town everynight. They do have construction going on, but the week we were there is was all down on one end of the property so we spent most of our time at their pool in the mddle of their property.

#18393 08/06/04 08:32 AM
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Pretty decent timeshare property.


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#18394 08/07/04 10:38 AM
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Jamblu,
how did you get to town every night by golf cart. I thought that you could only get across "the cut" during daytime hours. Has this changed in past few years. I will be at CM's this winter and was wondering how I would get to town often, I assumed that water taxi was the only option

#18395 08/08/04 06:24 PM
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The cart ferry now runs 24hrs per day.


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#18396 08/08/04 08:23 PM
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Yep, the ferry is 24/7 now. Cost to cross is $2.50 usd one way before 8:00 PM, after 8:00 PM it goes up to $5.00 usd each way.

From CM to town is about 20 minutes. I'd suggest stopping by the Hammock House there at the cut; nice people, atmosphere, and they have a great happy hour.

One last tip, the ride can be very rough. We figured out the more weight you have in the cart the better the ride is, so we always had four people in the cart.

#18397 08/08/04 10:01 PM
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Ummmm....what exactly IS "the cut". I've not made it there yet so...????

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A river that "cuts" the Island in half about two thirds of a mile north of Town Centre.

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