Secrets of the Caribbean

Secrets of the Caribbean, is an exciting new lifestyle/history/culture television program that goes beyond the beach and resorts.
We’ll introduce you to the “real” Caribbean! The Voyage begins March 15th!

FRIDAYS 6pm CT & 10:30pm CT / SATURDAYS 5pm CT & 10pm CT / SUNDAYS 5:30pm CT 10pm CT

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About The Show

Secrets of the Caribbean

FRIDAYS 6pm CT & 10:30pm CT / SATURDAYS 5pm CT & 10pm CT / SUNDAYS 5:30pm CT 10pm CT

Secrets of the Caribbean is the exciting new travel series that introduces viewers to the “real” Caribbean, the people, culture, history, food and music of this magical region.

Join host Ana Garcia and the crew of Sail Windjammer’s tall ship, S/V Mandalay as we travel the Caribbean bringing you sights and sounds you’ve never seen before. From the Turtle Man of Bequia to Robert Righteous on the island of Mayreau, to the powerful women’s art collective in Puerto Rio our adventures are just beginning.

Follow the adventure at Secrets of the Caribbean!

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Our Ship S/V Mandalay

With Sail Windjammer, there is never a dull moment. You are not merely a passenger but part of a small group of fun-loving people. You’re not just a number to us and will get to know just about everyone, passengers and crew alike! We’ll sail you safe and steady on the S/V Mandalay to unspoiled beaches, hidden inlets and sparkling warm waters that conventional cruise ships just can’t reach. You will experience a Caribbean few others ever see or even dream of. Partake in raising the sails, take a turn at the helm or just enjoy the winds of the Caribbean sea filling the sails with new friends aboard. The choice is yours! With Sail Windjammer, you can explore Caribbean Islands on the S/V Mandalay! Explore more here!

Host Ana Garcia

Ana is excited to be reporting and telling the stories of the “real” Caribbean, the people, culture, sights and sounds of the islands. Ana, a veteran reporter with two decades of experience, has worked in Chicago, Peoria, Wisconsin, Florida and Cleveland. A proud Puerto Rican-American, Ana still has deep roots in the Caribbean and looks forward to telling the stories of the region. She is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago. She resides in Ohio with her family.