A collection of island nations, Quintana Roo, Mexico, and some parts of Central America. For the most part, all of the destinations are south and east of Florida in the tropical waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Three main itineraries, western, southern, and eastern Caribbean exist along with Bermuda. Each cruise line visits different ports-o-call along with some privately held islands. Quintana Roo is unique in that is in the western Caribbean having the island of Cozumel and the mainland city of Cancun as ports-o-call. Chichen Itza, Riviera Maya, Tulum, Coba, and numerous ecological parks and preserves exist in this area.
Many familiar nations exist here such as: Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Less known are Tortola, Aruba, Grenada, and Virgin Gorda.
There are many cruise lines in the Caribbean, operating seasonally and throughout the year. Most depart from U. S. ports such as: Galveston, TX; New Orleans, LA; Tampa, Miami, Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale), Cape Canaveral, FL; Charleston, SC; Baltimore, MD; Bayonne, NJ; New York, NY; and Boston, MA. Duration of the trip varies from 4 to 14 days. The lines serving this area range from mass market to luxury, diesel driven to sail, adult to family, and all classes of accommodations and service. Alphabetically Caribbean service is carried by Carnival, Celebrity, Crystal, Cunard, Disney, Holland America, MSC, Norwegian, Oceania, Princess, Reagent Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea, and Windstar. Make your choice upon your needs and itinerary availability.
Our personal choice for the Caribbean is Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. They are regarded as a premium line with outstanding service and up-to-date ships. But based upon itinerary, debarkation port, and style, any of them will supply you with a great cruise....
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