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Enjoy glistening beaches, glorious sunshine and crystal clear water with a cruise around the Caribbean. Rest, relax and revive or go full throttle and hit the activity accelerator – this is your Caribbean cruise holiday.
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Port of Jamaica

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Highlights of Caribbean

Cruising the azure playground of the Caribbean is a riot of colour, rhythm and flavours. Fewer than 10 per cent of the Caribbean's 7000 islands are inhabited – so you can get as close to, or as far from civilization as you want.

A few of the highlights of cruising the Caribbean:

  • The dual-named island of Sint Maarten/Saint Martin is split into Dutch and French territory respectively, making a stop in its capital Philipsburg a chance to see 2 Caribbean cultures in one day. There are 37 beaches dotted around the coastline, from sandy stretches to little coves and clothing optional spots. Locally-produced rum and spicy West Indian creole dishes make for a tasty treat ashore.
  • Grand Cayman Island is the banking haven fringed by calm azure waters that really are as enticingly aqua as the postcards claim. It's a perfect place for watersports lovers and a top spot to get close to various types of marine life, from turtles at Boatswain's Beach to Stingray City. 'Kissing' a stingray may delight or terrify you but either way, you won't forget it!
  • Barbados' capital Bridgetown is inescapably English, given their influence since establishing a settlement there more than 300 years ago. For a glimpse into the island's colourful history, take a look at Barbados Museum when you dock in Bridgetown. Barbados' east coast is the rugged, Atlantic-facing side of the island and the south has a lively pocket of restaurants and bars at St Lawrence.

Featured Caribbean Ports

Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados »

A fascinating mix of cultural familiarity and exotic Caribbean, Barbados' capital, Bridgetown exudes a confidence of success. The most easterly Caribbean Island is worth travelling that extra distance.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, Puerto Rico »

Originally called Ciudad de Puerto Rico or in translation Rich Port City, San Juan is a treasure trove of attractions awaiting to be discovered by eager visitors.

St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands »

The darling of cruise ships, this is a Caribbean Island that proudly embraces tourism. Go with the flow and allow yourself to be born again on St Thomas, a US Virgin Island.

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Montego Bay, Jamaica »

A slice of heaven on earth - Montego Bay's bright blue lagoons and 'hip strip' bars continue to lure travellers to Jamaica. Basque in the warm glow and experience the Caribbean's relaxed beach life at this premiere destination.

Philipsburg, St Marten

Philipsburg, St Marten »

Although the Island is split between two different cultures, there is one general consensus – this is a jaw droppingly-beautiful Caribbean destination that invites relaxation, exploration and adventure.

Grand Cayman (George Town)

Grand Cayman (George Town) »

With the word grand in its name, this island is certainly grand with a capital G. Sit back and savour the wealth, beauty and spectacle.

Weather

The Caribbean really is a year-round destination. Temperatures seldom vary from highs in the 80s (lows in the 70s), with humidity hovering at the 70 percent level just about all year. The hurricane season, which officially lasts from June 1st to November 30th, can occasionally disrupt cruise itineraries.

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