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Caribbean - Eastern Travel Guide

There's a reason the Eastern Caribbean is a paradise on many travelers' wish lists. This idyllic region invites you to embrace a laid-back island lifestyle while basking in the sun on some of the world's most pristine beaches. But the appeal doesn't stop there. Each island, from the culture-rich St. Maarten to the visually stunning Virgin Islands, presents a unique blend of historical treasures, vibrant traditions, and tropical landscapes.

Imagine stepping off your luxurious cruise ship, being greeted by the sound of calypso music, a panorama of lush hills, and locals with smiles as warm as the Caribbean sun. Here, you'll dive into a world where historical sites stand proudly beside artisan markets, and underwater adventures beckon just beyond powdery shores. It's not just a cruise; it's a journey through history, culture, and sheer natural beauty. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Caribbean - Eastern cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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MSC MagnificaCaribbeanMiamiMiami3 NightsFreeport,Bahamas | Key West (Florida) | Miami, Florida$209
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Royal CaribbeanAdventure of the SeasCaribbeanPort CanaveralPort Canaveral6 NightsLabadee, Haiti | Nassau, Bahamas | Port Canaveral, Florida | Puerto Plata, Dominican Rep$882
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Royal CaribbeanIcon of the SeasCaribbean - EasternMiamiMiami7 NightsBasseterre - St Kitts & Nevis | Charlotte Amalie - St. Thomas | Miami - Florida | Perfect Day Cococay - Bahamas$3,679
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Celebrity ApexCaribbean - EasternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale7 NightsCharlotte Amalie - St. Thomas | Fort Lauderdale - Florida | Philipsburg - St. Maarten | Puerto Plata - Dominican Rep | San Juan - Puerto Rico$2,024
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PrincessEmerald PrincessCaribbeanFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale10 NightsDominica | Fort-De-France, Martinique | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Grand Turk, Great Britain | St. Johns, Antigua | St. Lucia | St. Thomas, Virgin Islands$2,496
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Norwegian JadeCaribbean - WesternPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 NightsGeorge Town, Cayman Islands | Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas | Key West, FL | Ocho Rios, Jamaica | Orlando-beaches-port Canaveral, FL$400
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Norwegian BreakawayCaribbean - EasternMiamiMiami7 NightsMiami, Florida | Nassau, Bahamas | St. Thomas, Virgin Islands | Tortola, B.V.I.$1,129
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Royal CaribbeanIndependence of the SeasCaribbean - EasternMiamiMiami5 NightsLabadee, Haiti | Miami, Florida | Nassau, Bahamas$699
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Carnival SunriseCaribbean - WesternMiamiMiami4 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Key West, Florida | Miami, Florida$379
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Celebrity ReflectionBahamasFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale3 NightsBimini - Bahamas | Fort Lauderdale - Florida | Key West - Florida$429
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Celebrity ApexMexicoFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale5 NightsCozumel - Mexico | Fort Lauderdale - Florida | Key West - Florida$599
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Disney FantasyCaribbean - EasternPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 Nights Castaway Cay, Bahamas | Port Canaveral, FL | St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands | Tortola, British Virgin Islands $1,953
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MSC SeascapeUSAMiamiMiami7 NightsCharlotte Amalie (St Tomas) | Miami, Florida | Puerto Plata, Dominican Rep. | San Juan, Puerto Rico$369
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Carnival PrideBahamasBaltimoreBaltimore7 NightsBaltimore, Maryland | Freeport, Bahamas | Grand Turk, Great Britain | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas$999
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Royal CaribbeanWonder of the SeasCaribbean - EasternPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 NightsLabadee - Haiti | Nassau - Bahamas | Orlando (port Canaveral) - Fl | Puerto Plata - Dominican Rep | San Juan - Puerto Rico$1,198
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Carnival CelebrationCaribbean - EasternMiamiMiami7 NightsAmber Cove, Dominican Republic | Miami, Florida | Philipsburg, St. Maarten | San Juan, Puerto Rico$669
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MSC SeashoreBahamasPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 NightsNassau,Bahamas | Port Canaveral (Orlando) | Puerto Plata, Dominican Rep. | San Juan, Puerto Rico$879
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Royal CaribbeanFreedom of the SeasCaribbean - EasternMiamiMiami4 NightsMiami - Florida | Puerto Plata - Dominican Rep$518
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Royal CaribbeanGrandeur of the SeasBahamasTampaTampa5 NightsKey West - Florida | Nassau - Bahamas | Tampa - Florida$855
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Celebrity ReflectionBahamasFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale4 NightsFort Lauderdale - Florida | Key West - Florida | Nassau - Bahamas$329
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Caribbean - Eastern Cruises Highlights

  • Philipsburg, St. Maarten: This vibrant port, with its blend of Dutch and French influences, welcomes visitors with open arms. Beyond the exquisite beaches, Philipsburg boasts lively markets and duty-free shopping, making it a haven for treasure seekers. Don't forget to bask in the sun at Great Bay Beach or try your luck at the casinos.
  • Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas: In Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands, prepare to be greeted by crystal-clear waters and historical architecture. This port is a shopper's paradise with its numerous jewelry stores. Make your trip memorable with a visit to Blackbeard's Castle or a snorkeling adventure in the turquoise bays.
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico: Steeped in history and culture, San Juan offers colorful colonial buildings, forts, and cobblestone streets. Explore the majestic El Morro fortress, indulge in Puerto Rican delicacies, or simply relax on the pristine beaches. San Juan's charm lies in its festive atmosphere, palpable in every corner.
  • Basseterre, St. Kitts: Basseterre is a kaleidoscope of activities set against a backdrop of lush greenery and mountains. Whether you're zip-lining through the canopy, lounging on Cockleshell Beach, or soaking up history at Brimstone Hill Fortress, the island's allure is irresistible.
  • El Yunque National Forest (Puerto Rico): Venture into the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System. El Yunque offers lush scenery, unique fauna, and a plethora of recreational activities. Don't miss the La Coca Falls, a spectacular waterfall right off the main road.
  • Nelson's Dockyard (Antigua): A cultural heritage site and marina, Nelson's Dockyard is brimming with history. This Georgian-era marina was once the base of the British Fleet in the Caribbean and is named after Admiral Horatio Nelson.
  • Maho Beach (St. Maarten): Famous for its proximity to the airport, beachgoers at Maho Beach experience planes landing just above their heads. It's also a fantastic spot for snorkeling and enjoying the sunset.
  • Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park (St. Kitts): This UNESCO World Heritage Site, constructed by African slaves under British rule, is a testament to human history and architectural achievement. The fortress offers panoramic views of the island's coast.
  • The Baths National Park (British Virgin Islands): A geological wonder, The Baths National Park features a beach area where giant boulders form scenic saltwater pools and grottos. It's a perfect place for swimming, snorkeling, and exploration.
  • Bioluminescent Mosquito Bay (Vieques, Puerto Rico): A natural marvel, this bay contains microorganisms that glow in the dark, creating a stunning bioluminescent effect. Visitors can kayak these waters at night for an unforgettable experience.
  • Annaberg Sugar Plantation (St. John, USVI): Dive into history at these well-preserved ruins, indicative of the Caribbean's sugar era. Visitors can explore the remnants of the sugar factory, slave quarters, and windmill.

Caribbean - Eastern Cruises Travel Tips

  • You aren't stuck with taking expensive tours if you visit this destination. There are alternative options for expensive tours or excursions. If you would like to head to the beach, you can take a taxi or a bus instead. The taxi drivers often make for good guides compared to excursions. They are extremely friendly as well.
  • Some Caribbean islands are famous for pickpockets. Travelers are subject to become the victim of such crimes more often. St Lucia and Barbados are popular islands where you might get robbed, so watch out. When you head out of the ship, make sure you leave valuables at home. 
  • Although US dollars are widely accepted on most of the islands, sometimes they give you change in the local currency. If you don't want to end up with local currency, make sure you keep small dominations of the US dollar.
  • Some days, popular spots can be overly crowded. You can still manage to find peaceful beaches and friendly places to hang out away from the town. Do some research ahead of time to avoid the rush.
  • On islands such as Puerto Rico and St. Maarten, renting a car is a great idea. Make sure you make a reservation in advance because when several ships are in the port, you are likely to run out of options quickly. 
  • Don't forget the sunscreen! The sun here is welcoming but fierce. And ensure you have your snorkeling gear ready; the underwater life is too mesmerizing to miss. A daypack for shore trips, chargers, and necessary medications should also top your list.
  • Tropical means hot and sunny, so think light clothing, swimsuits, sunglasses, and a must-have hat. However, a sudden tropical shower is not a friend to be forgotten. Pack a light rain jacket or poncho, just in case. Evenings can be breezy on the ship, so include a sweater or shawl. Comfortable walking shoes are essential for shore excursions, while flip-flops are perfect for the deck and beach.

Caribbean - Eastern Cruises Things To Do

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    San Juan is popular for eastern Caribbean cruises. It's a compact colonial city boasting some of the most beautiful colonial architecture and salsa bars outside Havana. It's the largest cruise port of the Caribbean. In fact, the southern, as well as eastern cruises, begin here. San Juan has three magnificent seaside forts with dungeons, walkable ramparts, and tunnels. The cobblestone streets of the old town are lined with churches, pastel-shaded mansions, murals, cafes, galleries, bars and so much more.  While you are here, book a taxi to visit El Yunque, a rainforest featuring 400 species of trees and plants. It's also home to many exotic mammals and birds.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to cruise to San Juan for a cruise is mid-April to June. Spring is also a great time to visit since the weather is always pleasant.   
  • Fort-de-france, Martinique
    Fort-de-france, Martinique

    Martinique is an overseas region of France.  The culture here reflects a distinctive blend of French and West Indian influences. Fort-de-France the largest city in the French West Indies has a colorful culture and fast-paced life. When you start your cruise, do visit the Fort St. Louis Park in La Savane. Grand Marche in Fort-de-France is also one of the best places to visit. It's a 19th-century bazaar where you will find fabrics, flowers, spices, and handicrafts. If you would like beaches, Plage Anse d'Arlet is the best one to be at. It has golden sand and there are bars all over the beach.

    Best Time To Visit

    Fort-de-France welcomes cruises throughout the year. The peak season starts from October going all the way to October.
  • Tortola, British Virgin Islands
    Tortola, British Virgin Islands

    If you ask for one word to describe the British Virgin Islands, that would be posh. It is home to villas, restaurants, resorts, and lots of tourist attractions.  Tortola is among the best places to cruise. The oleander, shimmer beaches, quaint towns, hibiscus mountainsides all make it a wonderful place to be at. You may choose to charter a boat or take a ferry to discover the island and its neighboring islands. 

    Best Time To Visit

    Travel to Tortola is from September to November. The participation is at its peak during the fall months. So choose a time before the crowd gets wild.
  • Philipsburg, St. Maarten
    Philipsburg, St. Maarten

    St. Maarten is known for its beautiful blend of culture. It is home to 120 different nationalities and it's governed by two countries France and the Netherlands. The cruise to Philipsburg is going to peaceful since its home to a handful of secluded beaches. You will also find one of the best cuisines here to tantalize your taste buds. As your cruise begins, you will be quickly charmed by all sides of this island. Great Bay beach and Macho beach are two of the best spots for snorkeling. During your time at the port, do taste the local seafood. 

    Best Time To Visit

    The months of May and June and between November and December. There are only selected weeks when hotels have the best rates. Make sure you do some research before the reservation to find great deals.
  • Barbados
    Barbados

    Barbados is everything you would ever want from a Caribbean island. The pink sand is just soothing to the eyes. Its days are warm whereas nights are calming. The island has a rich history, which begs to be explored. It is home to several heritage centers and museums to captivate its visitors. If you seek more than just a day to relax on a sandy beach, do take a tour to its sugar cane hills and hike to wildlife.  Follow the trail of the bougainvillea blossoms or spend a day in the rainforest ravine, choose any activity you like to start your travel.

    Best Time To Visit

    Cruise Barbados between July and November. Yes, these months fall within the hurricane seasons but don't worry, these weather stems hardly hit the island.
  • St. Kitts
    St. Kitts

    St. Kitts is the island where the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans meet. You will feel that when you are on the ground. To experience the Atlantic waves, visit the north frigate bay.  It's a wonderful place if those who love nature. Some even say this place is perfect for a laidback Caribbean vacation. The waterfalls, rainforests, and sand all make wonderful scenery for postcards. If you happen to take a cruise here and visit the circus square marketplace, do shop for fresh mangos and guava. St. Kitts is most known for its hiking spots and natural splendor.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Travel to St. Kitts is in May and June. During this time period, the hotel rates are low which lures travelers from around the world. During winters, the crowd is thin. Peak season begins in December through April. You will find lots of tourists during the peak season. This is also the time to witness the famous carnival.  
  • Grand Truck, Turks and Caicos
    Grand Truck, Turks and Caicos

    Don't be fooled by the name, it's not as grand as it sounds. But you won't be disappointed because it's packed with historic charm and breathtaking beauty. The island retains its look from 40 years ago. Explore the island outpost full of picture-perfect beaches, grassy trails, and some old windmills. There are so many landside attractions to explore starting from Salt Salina, Lighthouse Park, and the Old Prison. The real beauty lies underwater. Do explore its beautiful coral reefs stretching from the coastline to the vertical wall offshore. The best part is it's home to lots of uncrowded beaches near the cays where you will have the chance to encounter stingray.

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to explore the beauty of Grand Turk is between May and October. The weather during this time is sunny. This island however has tropical weather throughout the year. It's going to be hot during May and October.
  • Nassau, The Bahamas
    Nassau, The Bahamas

    How can we forget Nassau? It's perfect for soaking, swimming, and sightseeing, of course. It's among the most popular cruise destinations in the world. Culture and history are pouring. There was a time when this island was the pirate's heaven. As you explore the historical streets, and colonial fortresses, it tells the story of the past. When it comes to maritime adventure, this place is perfect for swimming with the stingrays, dolphins, and spotting colorful coral. Do explore Paradise Island, it's full of luxury. Grab a pina colada at the Marine village and if you would like to see hammerhead sharks, visit Predator Lagoon. It's truly home to paradise and you will never run out of activities to do in Nassau.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to travel to Nassau is from December to mid-April. This is going to be the peak season. Don't worry about the temperature, it's great throughout the year. Do watch out for hurricane season which starts from June and lasts till November.  

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Quick Facts

The Eastern Caribbean is not just about serene beaches and turquoise waters; it's a region rich in culture, history, and breathtaking natural wonders. Each island presents travelers with its own unique set of attractions, promising unforgettable experiences. Below, we dive into some of the not-to-be-missed sites that make these destinations truly special.

  • Getting There

    Embarking on an Eastern Caribbean cruise is a hassle-free adventure, starting from various well-connected ports in the United States, such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Port Canaveral. These cruises set sail, cutting through the vast Atlantic Ocean, and in no time, you're amidst the paradise isles that make up the Eastern Caribbean.  

    As your ship approaches the crystal-clear Caribbean waters, each island's port has its unique welcome. Places like Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas boast deep harbors, allowing large cruise ships to dock with ease. These ports are like gateways to the islands, designed for smooth disembarkation, making your transition from the sea to shore excursions seamless. Whether you're a lover of vibrant cultures, pristine beaches, or historic landmarks, your journey through the Eastern Caribbean begins the moment you step off the gangway.

  • The Perfect Time for an Eastern Caribbean Cruise

    When planning an Eastern Caribbean cruise, choosing the right time to embark can significantly enhance your cruise experience. The Eastern Caribbean islands boast a warm, tropical climate year-round, making them a fantastic destination for cruising no matter the season. However, each period offers different advantages for cruisers.

    Cruising during the peak season, which runs from December to April, means escaping the cold of the north and enjoying sunny, dry days with temperatures comfortably around 70-80°F. This is perfect for cruisers looking to hop between pristine beaches and indulge in outdoor exploration. However, cruising in this high season also brings higher prices and crowded ports, as it's a popular time for many to visit the Caribbean.

    For cruisers seeking fewer crowds and better deals, the months of May to June are ideal. Cruising in this period allows you to catch great weather with a bit of a price break and less hustle and bustle at the ports. However, it's important to be mindful of the hurricane season, which runs from June to November, particularly from August to October. Cruising in the off-season can offer perks like cheaper fares and fewer tourists, but there's also the possibility of encountering stormy weather.

    For those who prioritize guaranteed sunshine without the stress of crowded ports, booking your Eastern Caribbean cruise in the late spring might be the best option. This period provides cruisers with an opportunity to enjoy the islands' beauty with more tranquility and less competition for the best spots on the beaches or at popular tourist attractions.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to the Eastern Caribbean?

    Wondering why an Eastern Caribbean cruise should be your next vacation pick? Well, it's not just a holiday; it's a doorway to cost-effective, hassle-free, and diverse experiences. First off, the value for money is incredible. Your accommodation, travel, and meals come in one package, eliminating the stress of planning and unexpected costs. It's your hotel, restaurant, and transportation all rolled into one!  

    But there's more! Imagine waking up to a new stunning view each morning as you effortlessly island-hop, exploring multiple cultures and breathtaking landscapes. Cruises offer unique coastal views that you won't get from the sky, and the photo opportunities are endless.  

    Plus, some hidden gems are more accessible by sea, giving you exclusive access to untouched beaches and secluded paradises. And the convenience factor? Unbeatable. Unpack once, and that's it! No checking in and out of hotels or catching flights; your room travels with you.  

    From all-you-can-eat buffets to Broadway-style shows onboard activities to shore excursions, an Eastern Caribbean cruise is a microcosm of adventures, offering something for everyone without the fuss of logistics. So, why wait? Dive into the ease and excitement of cruise travel!

  • Experience the Flavors of the Eastern Caribbean

    Imagine the warmth of the sun on your skin, the sound of waves, and a plate full of vibrant flavors in front of you. That's the Eastern Caribbean experience! The cuisine here is a sunny paradise for your taste buds, mixing African, Spanish, French, and Dutch influences.  

    One must-try is the "Conch Fritters" - think tender seafood meets the perfect crispy exterior. And if you find yourself in St. Maarten, the roadside barbecue called "Lolo" is where every flavor celebrates. Here's a pro tip: ask for Johnny Cakes!   For a refreshing treat, sip on the region's famous rum punch. Each island has its unique twist, but the kick is a constant. Also, don't miss the chance to dine at an authentic beach shack. Nothing beats fresh-caught seafood seasoned with local spices by the water.  

    Your cruise may offer excellent dining, but the real culinary adventure begins when you step ashore. Be bold with your choices; it's a flavor fiesta waiting to happen!

  • Immerse Yourself in Eastern Caribbean Culture

    When you set foot in the Eastern Caribbean, you step into a world where every tradition tells a story. The culture is a colorful mosaic, with influences from Africa, Europe, and the indigenous peoples.  

    What's not to miss? The vibrant festivals! If your timing's right, you might just catch the pulsating rhythms of Carnival, celebrated on many islands. Picture streets bursting with colorful costumes, calypso music, and the irresistible urge to dance.  

    And the music scene? It's the heartbeat of the islands. From the soulful strains of reggae to the lively beats of soca, your feet won't stop moving.  

    Remember, the Eastern Caribbean is a place of sharing - stories, food, and laughter. Join a local community potluck or 'cook-up' if you can. It's the real-deal cultural immersion.  

    So, are you ready to dive deep into this cultural paradise? There's a warm welcome waiting for you!

  • Ready to Book Your Eastern Caribbean Cruise?

    So, we've journeyed through the highlights of what makes the Eastern Caribbean a treasure trove of vacation wonders. Imagine days filled with golden sunshine on pristine beaches, followed by exploration of historical wonders, and nights alive with vibrant cultural festivities. Your taste buds are in for a treat, too, with unique flavors that capture the local zest for life.  

    But there's more to an Eastern Caribbean cruise than meets the eye. It's the unexpected little joys - the spontaneous dance lessons, the off-the-beaten-path eateries, and the starlit beach strolls. Not to forget the convenience of unpacking once and waking up in a new island paradise every day!  

    Why wait for some time when the adventure of a lifetime is calling your name? It's about time you answered. Book your Eastern Caribbean cruise now and let the islands enchant you. The rhythms of the Caribbean await!

Caribbean - Eastern Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Eastern Caribbean Cruises

    The Eastern Caribbean Islands include The U.S. Virgin Islands, The British Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, and Puerto Rico. Cruises to the Caribbean would take you to an incredible journey of finding your paradise. It's full of adventure and things to do starting from parasailing, jets, boating, scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming with sea creatures, and more. Your journey could be short or long, whatever you can afford. On this adventure, you get the opportunity to leave your troubles behind and pick an island you would like to explore, dive into its crystal clear waters, explore the history and get familiar with the culture.

  • What’s Included on an Eastern Caribbean Cruise?

    It's an extraordinary holiday destination where you cruise on a ship and explore the beauty of one of the best island destinations. Food, dining, entertainment, and accommodations are normally included in the cruise. You pay to have a wonderful time.

  • What’s the Best Eastern Caribbean Cruise?

    San Juan, Philipsburg, and Tortola are among the best islands to start your Eastern Caribbean  Cruise. To have a great time, it's recommended to plan in advance. Pick the port cities you would like to visit, the time of the year to travel, and your stay.

  • How Much Does an Eastern Caribbean Cruise cost?

    The cost of the cruise varies depending on the time of the year you are traveling. During the fall, it costs less than $1,000 per person whereas, in summer, it costs less than $1,500 per person. The prices vary based on the length of the cruise. 

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