Western Caribbean Cruises

Cruises to the Western Caribbean

If you're looking for adventure, the Western Caribbean should be your choice. Visit ancient ruins near Cozumel and Progreso in Mexico, snorkel around the reefs in Belize or Roatan, Honduras; or simply soak up the sun in the Cayman Islands and Jamaica.

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  • The Empress of the Seas is a great, smaller cruise ship. If you are researching reviews (as I did), I guess you can take other people's negative reviews with a grain of salt. I am glad I looked past the bad reviews to give the Empress a chance. I ... Read more
  • I chose this cruise for cost and destination. The dining staff was very professional and enjoyable. My cabin steward was excellent in the service he provided. Unfortunately I did not get a chance to get into the pool. It is small and always crowded. ... Read more
  • We had a great cruise on the Empress of the Seas. The ship is a smaller vessel (the smallest in the Royal Caribbean fleet), but it was exactly what we were looking for. As it is a smaller ship and an older ship, it does not have some of the ... Read more
  • Loved the Staff But Many Issues
    Texas Tourist
    My husband surprised me with a cruise for our 25th wedding anniversary, but the flowers and the champagne he ordered never arrived -- neither did the bucket of ice that I requested the first day and every day after! We chose the Empress of the Seas ... Read more
  • I had booked this cruise as a last minute get-away for myself. While the staff was lovely, I had a hard time believing this ship was just 2-3 months out of a major rehab. My (teeny tiny) inside stateroom desperately needed new paint on the ceiling ... Read more
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  • Chose this cruise for value and date (anniversary). I was very worried about taking the smallest in Royal Caribean fleet and after reading all the negative comments. This cruise was fantastic. The food and the very pleasant crew made our cruise ... Read more
  • First timers with older kids
    The timing was right for us.... right between summer jobs and school. We traveled our first cruise with our two children/young adults (2 boys ages 20 and 17). We shared a cabin that included 4 twin beds. Two beds folded down from the wall. ... Read more
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