Samana (Santa Barbara de Samana) is a port city in northeastern Dominican Republic. It is located on Samana Bay's northern coast. Samana is a major Caribbean tourism travel destination and very popular for whale-watching. City's population is around 110,000.
Most of the province's territory is occupied by Sierra de Samana - mountain range with steep slopes. The highest elevation (Monte Mesa) is 605 m (1980 ft).
The town Santa Barbara of came first into written history on January 13, 1493 when Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) made the last stop of his first cruise to the New World here. He landed on what is known today as Rincon Beach.
Municipality's main economic activities are agriculture, fishing and tourism. The boost to local economy happens in January-March each year with the migration of thousands of North Atlantic humpback whales. The marine mammals come to Samana Bay to give birth.
Highlights: Beaches, Rio Limon waterfall, Los Haitises National Park
Port Samana cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Samana, Dominican Republic. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|Day||Ship||Arrival||Departure||Next Port of Call|
|2 April, 2018|
|Silver Wind||11:00||18:00||Grand Turk Island|
|3 April, 2018|
|AIDAluna||08:00||14:00||Basseterre, St Kitts Island|
|12 April, 2018|
|AIDAmar||08:00||14:00||Basseterre, St Kitts Island|
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