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Over 7000 Caribbean islands, reefs and cays (‘the West Indies’) are bounded on the east by the Bahamas and island arcs of the Antilles, to the south by the Netherlands Antilles, and to the west by Mexico and Belize. They encompass the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Jamaica and Caymans. Many ships cruise year-round from mainland USA ports, as well as from some Caribbean island ports. They are joined in the northern Winter by ships relocating from the Mediterranean. Attractions range from relaxing at all-inclusive resorts owned by cruise lines, to authentic small-ship explorations of lesser-known islands with their histories and cultures. Duration may be from three days to visit a port or two, and up to fourteen days to span the East and West Caribbean. Allow two weeks if your Caribbean venture is part of a trans-Atlantic voyage.

As this region is one of the busiest in the world, you have a choice of vessels from 9000 GT to 227,700 GT, from most any cruise line. Miami is the busiest cruise embarkation port in the world, and Nassau the top port of call. Is your destination the ship, the resorts, the West Indian ports, or Caribbean luxury travel? Do you want only Caribbean islands, or perhaps in addition Panama, Mexican Riviera, the Inca coast of South America, the Amazon, or an Atlantic crossing? Embark from the US mainland, Puerto Rico or Barbados.

Large ship cruises abound, offering 3- to 14-night cruises around the year. Cuba is now on itineraries. Many ships return to Europe in the northern summer, with cheap trans-Atlantic fares. HAL and Princess vessels cross Panama between the Caribbean and Mexican Riviera. For boasting rights, sail Allure, Oasis or Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise liners, ex Fort Lauderdale. P&O ships cross the Atlantic out of Southampton (UK) to the East Caribbean. Queen Mary 2 makes the return trip out of Southampton to New York and the Caribbean. For superb personal attention and visits to smaller uncrowded and exotic ports, cruise with Regent Seven Seas, Azamara Journey, Seabourn Spirit or a Silversea ship.



Top 10 Daily Deals for Caribbean Cruises

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Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

17

NOV 17

11

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$910

$83

25

NOV 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$1,239

$89

28

NOV 17

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$887

$89

21

NOV 17

11

NIGHTS

Dep: New York (Manhattan)


Ret: New York (Manhattan)

$994

$90

10

NOV 18

7

NIGHTS

Dep: Havana


Ret: Havana

$647

$92

27

NOV 17

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$956

$96

3

DEC 17

12

NIGHTS

Dep: New York (Manhattan)


Ret: New York (Manhattan)

$1,153

$96

9

NOV 18

7

NIGHTS

Dep: Cozumel


Ret: Cozumel

$699

$100

12

NOV 17

7

NIGHTS

Dep: San Juan


Ret: San Juan

$703

$100

26

OCT 17

11

NIGHTS

Dep: New York (Manhattan)


Ret: Miami

$1,108

$101

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