You can visit firm favourites such as Barbados, St Lucia and Jamaica, with their palm fringed, golden sand beaches as well as smaller, lesser known islands like Bonaire, St Croix or St Kitts. There are itineraries to suit all tastes and budgets. The world's top cruise operators all offer cruises on their best ships in the Caribbean, so you have a wide choice of quality cruises to choose from.
Embarkation points such as San Juan, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, are great places to add a few days to your holiday, before or after your cruise.
The Caribbean is rich in history and dotted with stunning, tropical islands, each with its own unique experience and culture. Everywhere you go the famous Caribbean hospitality is on show. Cruising has long been a popular way of exploring the Caribbean islands, a different island every day with their different cultures and beautiful sights, enjoy this relaxing way to explore this stunning part of the world.
Whatever Caribbean cruise you are looking for, contact our cruise partner Superior Cruises and one of their dedicated cruise experts will find you the most suitable and competitive deal to suit your taste and budget.You can book your cruise with confidence in the knowledge that Superior Cruises are ATOL protected and members of the Travel Trust Association (TTA).
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You can combine many of the islands from an Eastern Caribbean cruise with the unique Southern islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, known as the ABC islands. Read more
Embarkation ports for Western Caribbean cruises include Fort Lauderdale - Miami - Tampa and New Orleans. Read more
We are all familiar with old favourites such as Barbados, St Lucia and Antigua with their stunning golden sand beaches. However the eastern Caribbean is dotted with many lesser known islands each with their own distinctive appeal. Read more
There are now more facilities, more itineraries and greater hospitality than ever before. It has some of the best beaches in the world, fabulous fishing, diving and water sports, a distinctive culture and one of the highest repeat visitor numbers in the region. Read more