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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  • Island Windjammers - Diamant
    What a great time - one of the two best weeks of my life (the other was the preceding week on Island Windjammers Vela). Sailing Diamant was a last minute change as I had originally been scheduled to sail Vela on back-to-back 6-night trips. But ... Read more
  • Spoiled by Havana Balcony!
    In Oct we ran into Hurricane Matthew and didn't make it to Carribbean! So with an extra incentive from Carnival we decided to sail on the newest ship The Vista and treat ourselves to a Havana Balcony. It will be hard to go back to a regular ... Read more
    We chose this cruise mainly because of the Vista (new ship) it was ok but Being a seasoned cruiser i wasnt that impressed. Making more cabins means you need more everything else everywhere else. In the dining room you were nearly setting on other ... Read more
  • Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas is a beautiful, well-maintained ship. It's a large vessel and contains a spacious promenade, huge theater, a separate ice rink / theater, giant water slide, Flow - rider and rock-climbing wall plus many other ... Read more
  • Had a blast on Adventure of the Seas! From shipboard activities such as trivia, relaxing on the pool deck, walking the track, attending the ice shows and main theater performances to clean staterooms and wonderful dining, our week was fantastic. We ... Read more
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  • Sailed out of San Juan which was a nice way to start and end my trip. I've been on 4 RC cruises now and I feel like every ship is exactly the same - same food, same games, same poolside activities, same everything. Not necessarily a horrible but you ... Read more
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