Southern Caribbean Cruises

Cruises to the Southern Caribbean

Less visited than other areas in the region, the Southern Caribbean has expansive natural beauty and gorgeous scenery. Popular islands include the French West Indies (Martinique, Guadalupe and St. Bart's), lush St. Lucia, Dominica, and Grenada, and the sandy ABCs (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao). With Barbados and Puerto Rico as main embarkation ports, your cruise vacation begins before you even board the ship.

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  • Food Great---The Rest Awful
    Embarkation easy. The first 3 days went well if you excluded the very poor entertainment. I found the cabin very dusty and the windows were filthy. Service is good in the specialty restaurants but spotty in the MDR and worse in the bar areas and ... Read more
  • We cruised on the Vista with my parents (70 yrs) and two little kids (3 and 5). We had an overall great time on this beautiful new ship. We've sailed before kids on Princess and RCCL, and this ship by far had the best food. We stayed in a Family ... Read more
  • What a way to start the new year
    Positives Great staff to get us on and off the boat in Canaveral. It went so smooth. Amazing ship and crew. There were a couple of crew members that really made it special for our group. Vishal, Kent, Jemelito who took care or us at the ... Read more
  • This boat is too hot!
    First of all, we love carnival. We are platinum. I have about 35 cruises with them and am loyal.. but this boat was hot! I was sweating like crazy everywhere and our cabin was even hotter. I did not have them come to check it out, my fault.. I wish ... Read more
  • We were really looking forward to this cruise as it was our first with P&O (although we have been with Princess, Carnival, Disney, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity before) and with this being new and large we thought the ship, entertainment and ... Read more
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  • First a caveat: my experience as a cruiser is very limited (3 cruises/3 cruise lines now) but all of us agreed that this ship, while still a relaxing cruise, had little to set it apart from the other cruises we've been on. I will say that the ports ... Read more
  • My wife & I. Are diamond carnival cruisers (47) & took our son , daughter in law , & grandson for a New Years cruise. We paid more than average for the newest ship & got less. Less service for one ....the dinning room waiters on ... Read more
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