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Buccaneer vs Renaissance Carambola

Barnegat, New Jersey
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Buccaneer vs Renaissance Carambola

Looking to stay at the resort with the nicest beach. Any opinions?

St. Croix
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1. Re: Buccaneer vs Renaissance Carambola

They both have beautiful beaches. The Buc is more like a resort with tennis, golf, social events. Carambola is more isolated and quiet.

boston
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2. Re: Buccaneer vs Renaissance Carambola

Guess it depends on what you consider "nicest".

Carambola's beach is very nice and the setting is gorgeous. You are surrounding by high cliffs/mountains and it feels very lush. I have never gone swimming there but I understand that you need to enter the water at a particular spot.

The Buccaneer has two main beaches, one of which is quite long but has a reef just off shore (there's a break that you can swim through) and the other that is great for swimming. Surf is generally not too rough (except if it is stormy).

Maybe you can take a look at the pictures on the websites and compare.

And you may want to watch your timing in May as ST. Croix has a well known triathlon that month that may make reservations more challenging.

3. Re: Buccaneer vs Renaissance Carambola

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