A Caribbean cruise offers a blend of discovery, relaxation and impeccable service, allowing you to craft your idyllic tropical escape. Crystal waters, pristine sandy beaches and swaying palm trees are just the beginning as there is so much more to uncover beyond the stunning shores
Eastern Caribbean cruises are typically 7 nights and will explore the miriad islands of the Bahamas and the West Indies, perhaps calling at one of the Bahamas Cays for a beach day, visiting Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and travelling as far south as St Kitts or Antigua in the Leeward Islands.
Seven night cruises in the Western Caribbean head for Mexico and the resorts and beaches of the Yucatan Peninsula, sometimes calling at Key West on the way. Belize and Panama are the newer destinations included on these cruises along with old favourites like Grand Cayman and Jamaica. Circling the Caribbean is also a popular itinerary on longer cruises taking in ports from both east and west.
Southern Caribbean cruises will be longer than 7 nights unless they depart from Barbados or Jamaica. Typically they will visit Windward Islands like Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia and the Grenadines before cruising the north coast of Venezuela and calling at Trinidad, Tobago or Dutch Aruba or Curacao.