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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  • Great Value
    Ship is not new, and it is most noticeable in the pool area. Pool and jacuzzi area are quite small and always full of people. Room, bath and shower size are adequate and ample. The boat departs from San Juan late at night, allowing those ... Read more
  • Cruising
    We had been on the Conquest a few years ago so we had no problems returning for this itinerary - Grand Turks, La Romana, Curacoa, Aruba. Embarkation was better than our last experience in Miami. Ship seemed clean, cabins clean, all in good working ... Read more
  • Cruise on Fascination
    We chose this cruise for the itinerary. Although boat was smaller than others we'd been on, it was fine. Older boat and some wear and tear is expected. We liked tropical decor in mid-ship area and in the buffet dining area. We did like the few ... Read more
  • Compare Prices on Southern Caribbean Cruises
  • Picked cruise due to itinerary and limited selection of other cruises for week I had available. Was worried about going on Carnival, but really wanted to visit this group of islands. The islands were great, the ship was bad. To start with ... Read more
  • Fun In The Sun
    This was a family cruise, 2 adults and our littles that are 4 &6. We have always said Royal Caribbean and was a little hesitant to cruise Carnival as we have heard alot of flack about it being sub par. We decided to take Carnival for the family ... Read more
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