Caribbean Cruises

Crystal clear blue waters. Stunningly beautiful beaches with white sand as far as the eye can see. What’s not to love about the Caribbean?

The islands that litter the Caribbean have long been popular with overseas visitors who want to sample a little taste of paradise, and a cruise is the ideal way in which to visit the region.

Each of the main islands that can be found in the Caribbean has its own appeal and if you decide to book a cruise holiday, you’ll be able to sample the very best of each.

At the end of the day, why restrict yourself to a small slice of the fun when you can spend your time exploring the Caribbean as a whole?

Whilst sailing around the region, you could embrace the culture of Bridgetown on a stop off in Barbados or enjoy the haven of relaxation that is the Bahamas – where you can also sample some of the best diving and snorkeling around.

There are also plenty of stunning beaches, and that’s a similar story if you head for the likes of St Lucia and the Dominican Republic, where mile-upon-mile of golden sand sits alongside luscious rainforests where you can explore off the beaten track.

It’s not all about the scenery either, with Jamaica being a prime example of an island where you can really embrace the local culture as you sit back with a glass of Jamaican rum and listen to the sounds of traditional reggae music floating on the air.

As one of the best places in the world to enjoy a cruise, why not book your dream trip today?

Destination Highlights

Caribbean Cruises Highlights

Amber Cove

Amber Cove is located near to the city of Puerto Plato in the Dominican Republic and created specifically to cater for the cruise industry – bringing big ships back to the area for the first time in m...

About Amber Cove


Barbados is a popular option for people travelling around the Caribbean on a cruise holiday, with the capital city Bridgetown being the major port of call for ships sailing around the area. The por...

About Bridgetown


Castries sits on the west coast of St Lucia and is the capital of the island, as well as the largest city. It’s a popular port of call for ships cruising around the Caribbean, which dock to the nor...

About Castries

Cayman Islands

Charlotte Amalie

Charlotte Amalie sits on the island of St Thomas and is both the capital and largest city of the US Virgin Islands. The island is hugely popular with the cruise industry, and there can be as many a...

About Charlotte Amalie


Cienfuegos sits on the southern coast of Cuba and is well visited by the large cruise lines that are sailing around the Caribbean. Once a major port for trade during colonial times, the influence o...

About Cienfuegos

CocoCay Island

The island of CocoCay sits to the north of Nassau and is home to a private resort open only to those sailing with Royal Caribbean and its sister companies. Once known as Little Stirrup Cay, the isl...

About CocoCay Island

Costa Maya

It might not provide the most authentic experience of Mexico, but Costa Maya is a popular destination with cruise lines that are sailing along the Caribbean coast. The reason why the resort is so p...

About Costa Maya


Cozumel is located off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula near to Playa del Carmen and is a major port of call for ships sailing in the waters of the Western Caribbean. Once home to little mor...

About Cozumel


Falmouth is positioned on the north coast of Jamaica and is well known being one of the best examples of a preserved Georgian town to be found anywhere in the Caribbean. Founded in the 1700s, Falm...

About Falmouth


Freeport sits on the island of Grand Bahama, which is located little more than 50 miles away from the coast of mainland Florida. One of the latest cities in the Bahamas, Freeport is a popular port...

About Freeport

George Town

Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands and the capital city George Town is popular with ships sailing in the waters of the Caribbean. Ships anchor offshore before passengers head onto th...

About George Town


It isn’t easy to find the words to describe Havana, but the Cuban capital is one city you’ll certainly want to pay a visit whilst you are enjoying a cruise around the Caribbean. For many years, a t...

About Havana

Montego Bay

You can’t really book a cruise around the Caribbean and not pay a visit to Jamaica; an island that encapsulates everything that the region is all about. There is no shortage of things to see and d...

About Montego Bay


Nassau is the capital city of the Bahamas and sits on the island of New Providence, which is one of more than 700 islands that make up the Caribbean country. It’s one of the most popular destinatio...

About Nassau

Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios is one of the three resorts on the north coast of Jamaica that are popular with cruise ships that are heading for the island as they sail around the Caribbean. Once little more than a sma...

About Ocho Rios


Oranjestad is the capital city of Aruba, which is wildly regarded as one of the friendliest islands that you can visit on a cruise around the Caribbean. The cruise industry has an important part to...

About Oranjestad


St Maarten is the Dutch part of the small Caribbean island of St Martin and is popular with cruise ships heading for the capital Philipsburg. Situated on a narrow stretch of land between the Great...

About Philipsburg

Playa del Carmen

Once little more than a small fishing village sitting alongside an impressive stretch of beach, Playa del Carmen has developed into one of the most popular tourist resorts on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsul...

About Playa del Carmen

Punta Cana

Punta Cana is one of the top beach destinations in the Caribbean and is found on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic. It’s a popular port of call for ships sailing around the region and whils...

About Punta Cana


Roatan sits off the coast of Honduras and is a popular island amongst the ships that are sailing in the waters around the Caribbean. The largest of the Bay Islands, Roatan is famed for pristine cor...

About Roatan

San Juan

San Juan is one of the most visited ports to be found anywhere in the Caribbean, with the capital of Puerto Rico being a fixture on the itinerary of many of the large ships sailing in the area. The...

About San Juan

Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is the largest city, and the capital, of the Dominican Republic and one that is well visited by cruise lines exploring the waters of the Caribbean. Whereas other destinations on the i...

About Santo Domingo


Once the capital city of St Lucia, Soufrière sits towards the south west of the island and is the prime destination on the island for those who want to explore the stunning scenery at its very best....

About Soufrière

St John's

The islands of the Caribbean are famed for stunning stretches of coastline, but Antigua really raises the bar – with mile upon mile of golden sand being one of the major draws for overseas visitors....

About St John's


The island of Curaçao is a constituent country of the Netherlands and despite its small size, is popular with people heading for the Caribbean on a cruise adventure. In fact, Curaçao has been rate...

About Willemstad

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