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Caribbean Cruises

The Caribbean, sometimes referred to as the West Indies, is made up of over 7,000 islands and Cays, stretching over 2,000 miles between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.

A Caribbean Cruise is often at the top of people’s list when deciding where to go on a cruise. There are an amazing number of wonderful islands you can visit, and the mixture of sun, blue seas and white sand makes the Caribbean such a fantastic destination.

Cruise itineraries would typically be divided into three regions, although some ports of call could be included in more than one of them. Some of the ports which might be included within each of the three regions are as follows: –

Eastern Caribbean

  • Philipsburg in St Maarten
  • Basseterre in St Kitts
  • San Juan in Puerto Rico
  • St Croix in the US Virgin Islands

Western Caribbean

  • Cozumel in Mexico
  • George Town in Grand Cayman
  • Roatan in Honduras
  • Labadee in Haiti
  • Ocho Rios in Jamaica

Southern Caribbean

Most cruises in the Caribbean are fly cruises, including repositioning cruises in spring and autumn. However there are a number of no fly cruises from the UK, which vary from 21 to 35 nights in length.

(Page updated January 2014)