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About The Caribbean

Eastern Caribbean

Admire the colourful colonial architecture as you roam the streets of San Juan’s old town, or relax on the white sand beaches. Puerto Rico’s mix of cultures make it a real home for foodies and an exciting stop on an eastern Caribbean cruise.
The Bahamas offer a perfect opportunity to go diving in the turquoise waters, with beautiful coral reefs ...Read More and tropical fish just off-shore of Nassau. Or if you get the chance, an excursion to “Pig Island” is sure to be a highlight.
St. Lucia is home to most mind-blowing scenery, explore the national parks during your stop and bathe in the hot mineral springs. For a truly memorable end to the day, watch the sunset against the impressive Piton mountains.
One of the most well-known and charming islands in the east Caribbean is Barbados. Swim with turtles in their natural environment or simply wander along the beach in the sun. Read Less

Western Caribbean

A stop in Mexico gives you a great chance to see ancient Mayan sites dating back to 300 A.D. like the pyramids in Chichen Itza. Although, if history isn’t your passion there are plenty of hidden caves to explore and flavour packed dishes to sample.
Cuba boasts beautiful beaches, coral reefs and salsa music. Havana is a capital city overflowing with...Read More culture, from the colourful classic cars filling the streets to the Spanish-influenced architecture.
Jamaica is the home of reggae music, and you’ll find yourself dancing to feel-good beats no matter where you go on the island. An excursion to the Dunns River Falls is a memorable experience and the perfect way to see the Caribbean’s natural beauty.
One of the most popular spots in Grand Cayman is the award wining Seven Mile Beach, where you can admire the crystal clear waters and white sand. A must visit for any beach lover. Read Less

Cruise Ships

Currently one of the World's largest cruise ships, The Harmony of the Seas is both a couple and family-friendly ship and is part of the Royal Caribbean fleet. Whether you’re a fun-seeking family or a couple looking for the perfect getaway, you’ll find it here. Watch as robots mix your cocktail at the incredible Bionic Bar, or delight your tastebuds with an amazing choice...Read More of dining experiences. Harmony of the Seas also brings with it the most slides at sea, including the Ultimate Abyss, and The Perfect Storm. Whatever you do, there's an adventure waiting for you around every corner!
The Crown Princess is one of the largest of the Princess Cruises fleet, and is hailed as a destination in its own right. This ship has areas packed with events and entertainment for adults, as well as play-rooms for children. For those wanting to escape the madness, there are many private areas ideal for a bit of ‘me time’.
Also sailing the Caribbean, is Celebrity Equinox of the Celebrity Cruises fleet. Celebrity Cruises are renowned for their welcoming and professional staff members who deliver faultless service every time. Read Less

Why A Caribbean Cruise?

Caribbean cruises let you experience the colourful, exuberant and laidback nature of these beautiful islands whilst relaxing in the sun. At the end of another day in paradise you can watch the sun set as you enjoy a refreshing drink on deck. Our cruises visit the most desirable of the Caribbean islands as well as their surrounding areas - including Florida, Cuba,...Read More Jamaica, Puerto Rico and more.
A Caribbean cruise is ideal for those wanting to visit a new destination every day, before returning to the familiar comforts of your cruise ship in the evening. But also is a paradise for thrill seekers, who can book some exciting excursions. Home to some of the best zip lines in the world, as well as beautiful diving locations and opportunities to go paragliding with an outstanding view.
Expose your taste buds to some exotic new flavours, with the perfect mix of fresh seafood, spicy dishes and fruity rum cocktails. One of the most-loved staples in Caribbean destinations is Conch, a tropical marine mollusc, and no visit would be complete without sampling some. Read Less

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