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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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Amber Cove
Amber Cove, a new $85 million port purposely developed for cruise ...
Grand Turk
In many Caribbean ports, active excursions such as zip-lining, ...
Isla Culebra
The island of Culebra -- the smallest of the Spanish Virgin Islands ...
Jost Van Dyke
Part of the British Virgin Islands, Jost (pronounced Yost) Van Dyke ...
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 allegedly so smitten with this ...
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 most of the British Virgin Islands are mountainous, and ...
Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda ranks as a popular cruise destination because of its ...
TERRIBLE. BrooksClan418
The food sucked, nothing special or extravagant at all. The shipped was so chopped up- you had to go up and down different elevators to get to certain floors then walk across the ship then back up or down- it was very annoying. The cabin was super ... Read more
The four of us where in two Superior Ocean view cabins with balconies on deck 11 (one starboard (692) and one on the port side(252)) as we cruised on the fabulous Allure of the Seas and had a wonderful time. We flew down a day early so we wouldn't ... Read more
We were six family members from Florida and Texas traveling to celebrate an anniversary. The ship exceeded my expectations on size, amenities, service,and food quality. Embarkation, get there early, and disembarkation went smoothly. The ports are ... Read more
Half Moon Cay patcruise1
Embarkation and Disembarkation still need to be worked on. I am platinum and on Embarkation they couldn't direct us to the the correct lines. It was a little crazy. The cabin was normal size, but the balcony was extended and very nice. Spent ... Read more
First time cruise for a family of six, kids range from 12 to 19. Fantastic experience! Can't say enough about how much everyone loved it--they're already saying they want to do it again next year. I read all of the mixed reviews on this site ... Read more

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This was mine and DH's first cruise, and we couldn't have had a nicer time. The only reason for the 4 out of 5 was due to the food, which I'll get to in a minute. We embarked out of Baltimore, because we live in the state, about an hour away. The ... Read more
6 Night ESCAPE crnatraveler
Embarkation and disembarkation went quickly and smoothly. The ship seemed more crowded than other ships. Signage not great in initially finding our cabin, asked a steward in the hall and she sent us in the wrong direction. The crew were wonderful ... Read more
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