Caribbean Cruises

Discover paradise in the Caribbean. Hop aboard our Caribbean cruises to find white sand beaches, sparkling seas and tropical sunshine. Each island has its own unique culture waiting to be explored.

Caribbean Destinations

Our stunning destinations.

Caribbean Ports of Call

WHY CRUISE THE CARIBBEAN?

Discover the heart of the Caribbean.

The range of islands in the Caribbean all have distinct personalities. From the sophistication of the Grand Cayman Islands to the paradisiacal enclave of St. Kitts, your Caribbean cruise will take you on a journey filled with vibrant sights, sounds, tastes and colours.

Whether you to choose to hop off in bustling Bridgetown, Barbados or sun-kissed King’s Wharf in Bermuda, you’ll find endless beaches, a range of activities and exotic wildlife wherever you turn. For those looking for a little adrenaline, the Bahamas is the perfect spot for thrilling water sports. 

Foodies will find their home-away-from-home in Jamaica, where you can sample exotic flavours and dishes with every meal. If laid-back luxury is for you, then a Barbados cruise provides the chance to kick-back and enjoy picture-perfect coastal views. 

Caribbean FAQs

Answering your questions about the Caribbean.

Wondering what to pack for your Caribbean cruise? Or perhaps what the local cuisine is like? Don’t worry – we’ve got all of the answers to your need-to-know questions.

Swaying palms, long, secluded beaches, delicious sunshine… do we need to go on? The Caribbean is the postcard perfect holiday destination that you’ve been dreaming of.

On a Caribbean cruise, you’ll get to experience the distinct culture and flavour of each island without having to worry about the planning or logistics. When you’re not soaking up the sun or exploring, you’ll have the comfort of your ship to return to.

Make the most of the Caribbean’s rich marine life by snorkelling along the coasts of Aruba or the Cayman islands. Culture vultures will love Nelson’s Dockyard – a marina dating back to the 1700s on Antigua and Barbuda. Don’t miss the colourful colonial buildings in Kingston and Georgetown. 

Keep yourself cool in the Caribbean heat with plenty of shorts and T-shirts. It’s a good idea to bring some tops with sleeves to protect your shoulders during the hottest part of the day, as well as sunglasses and a sunhat. Don’t forget your swimming gear for those beach days. It can get cooler in the evening, so it’s a good idea to bring some long-sleeved layers and lightweight trousers.

The Caribbean straddles two time-zones – Eastern Standard Time and Atlantic Standard Time. These are GMT-5 and GMT-4 respectively.

Although dishes vary from island to island, traditional Caribbean food is typically hearty, spicy and fruity. While on a cruise with us, why not jerk chicken or fried plantain? The region is also famous for its rum.

The Caribbean islands are generally considered safe places to visit. However, as when visiting any destination, guests are encouraged to take care over their belongings and personal safety when out and about. The islands with the lowest crime rates in the Caribbean include Anguilla, the Cayman Islands and Turks and Caicos. Guests should also be aware of hurricane risks in the Caribbean.

French, Spanish, Dutch and creoles are all spoken in the Caribbean, and most islands will also speak English.

CARIBBEAN HIGHLIGHTS

The best of the Caribbean, handpicked by us.

Often, the beauty of the Caribbean defies words. Perhaps these photographic highlights of some of the region’s most wanderlust-inducing spots can help fill in the gaps.

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  • Caribbean beach in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  • Lighthouse at Nassau in the Bahamas.
  • Perfect turquoise waters at a beach near Punta Cana.
  • Paradise in St. Lucia.
  • Incredible views of the bay in St. Maarten.
  • The small city of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas.

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