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Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean

Your first Caribbean cruise is likely to visit the islands of the Eastern Caribbean, which includes the U.S. Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, St. Maarten and Puerto Rico. Enjoy shopping in popular ports such as St. Thomas, or explore Spanish history in old San Juan. And of course, there are plenty of places for beach bums to grab sun and a cocktail.
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U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten: Nearly every cruise line sails these islands, See what's the best.
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Skip shopping and crowded beaches: the Eastern Caribbean also offers more authentic thrills.
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Popular public beach or tawny spit of sand: Here are 9 places from Bahamas to St. Maarten to get a jump on your tan.

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83% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Orlando (Port Canaveral) -> CocoCay -> Cruising -> St. Thomas -> St. Maarten -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Orlando (Port Canaveral)
75% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Miami -> Half Moon Cay -> Cruising -> St. Thomas -> San Juan -> Grand Turk -> Cruising -> Miami
79% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Galveston -> Cruising -> Key West -> Freeport -> Nassau -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Galveston
Grand Turk
In many Caribbean ports, active excursions such as zip-lining, ...
Key West
Key West, the southernmost city in the continental U.S., is the last ...
La Romana (Casa de Campo)
La Romana ranks as the Dominican Republic's youngest, smallest and ...
Samana and Cayo Levantado
The Dominican Republic lies on the eastern side of Hispaniola, an ...
San Juan
As an anchor on Eastern and Southern Caribbean itineraries -- not to ...
St. Croix
The largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix is perhaps the ...
St. John (U.S.V.I.)
Less is more on St. John. It's the smallest, quietest, least ...
St. Kitts
In 1493, Christopher Columbus was so smitten with this volcanic ...
St. Maarten
St. Maarten is busier than ever, as cruise lines call on Philipsburg ...
St. Martin
Perhaps the most oft-quoted bit of Caribbean cruise port trivia is ...
St. Thomas
If you cruise regularly to the Caribbean, chances are you'll end up ...
Tortola and the British Virgin Islands have a reputation among ...
Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda ranks as a popular cruise destination because of its ...
Review of Cruise Lower Sackville
As always, cruise was great and sad when it was over. Disappointed that we didn't get to meet any of members of our group roll call. We stayed at the Best Western, Airport for two nights before the cruise and one night after. This was our 5th ... Read more
This was our third cruise, but the first time with Carnival. Before sailing we read so many conflicting reviews we weren't sure what to expect. We booked based on ports we wanted to visit (Cozumel and Grand Cayman). Carnival was cheaper than ... Read more
This was my husband and my 16th cruise we left the bitter cold in PA and flew to Miami two days ahead of our cruise to ARUBA, CURACAO and GRAND TURK. We stayed at the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown Miami for the first time. It was a beautiful ... Read more
My husband and I traveled from Illinois to cruise the Quantum. We booked it in 2013 as we thought it would be fun to cruise a new ship. The ports weren't really important because we have been to them before. (although I LOVE Labadee) The reviews ... Read more
We are Diamond Plus members so are familiar with RCCL and their other ships. Quantum is amazing to see and when it all works is a "quantum" step ahead. We went on this cruise prepared for some issues after reading reviews. This is still a work in ... Read more
So So Experience HateNHWinters
We were really excited about taking this cruise. New ship, piles of snow in New England to escape, a couple of nice ports to experience, what was there not to be excited about? Once onboard, the first thing that hit us was how crowded the ship was. ... Read more
If your a first time cruiser, or do not cruise often, or tolerate long lines / waits at amusement parks, you may want to bypass this review. My remarks will likely only be appreciated by individuals who cruise a lot and have higher expectations for ... Read more
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