The Caribbean is the most popular cruise destination in the world, offering white sand beaches, cyrstal clear waters, great shopping and an exciting mix of cultures.

Eastern Caribbean

This area comprises the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and St Maarten, however these cruises also often include the Bahamas. Cruises are generall for 7 nights with 3 days at sea and 3 in ports and so offering a very relaxing style of cruise. The Islands here are smaller and shore excursions here are more geared to beacha and water activities.

Western Caribbean

This cruise area includes the Mexican and Central American ports on the Gulf of Mexico as well the islands of Grand Cayman, Jamaica and Hispaniola. These cruises offer more history and culture along with the beach and water activities. Western Caribbean cruises include short 4 night escapes with the longer 7 night cruises.

Southern Caribbean

This area includes the islands east and south o St Maarten. The region is less well known and well cruised as the East and West Caribbean but includes a set of islands that still have a very evident colonial heritage. The Fench Dutch and English all played their part in forming the different characters of these islands which include Trinidad, St Croix, St Vincent, St Kitts Aruba, Grenada and more.

Extend the length of your cruise by taking a back to back cruise completing two itineraries on the same ship.  With sailings year round from Miami and Port Canaveral there is ship to meet each passengers needs.