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Luxury Caribbean Cruises: Sizzling Adventures

We are pleased to offer a wonderful range of cruises around the Caribbean. If you have the time from 9 to 49 days we have a cruise for you to suit your pocket. We are agents for most major cruise operators such as Cunard , P&O, Princess, NCL, Cunard cruises and others. Iconic ships such as Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2, Azura and Arcadia and many others –elegant sophistication, attentive service and great entertainment at affordable prices.

No Fly Caribbean - Xmas and NY

3 Ships - 1 Amazing Holiday
Qm2 with NCL/RCi or MSC
14th Dec 24 - 28 nights
from £2999pp

Elvis, Jazz and Caribbean

Inc Memphis, Amtrak, New Orleans and Cruise
13 nights Jan 2024 to March 2025
Prices reduced by up to £600pp
from £1799pp

A quick guide to taking a Caribbean cruise

Taking a Caribbean cruise is the best way to give yourself a well-deserved break from winter while exploring several islands at the same time. For reasons beyond only sun and sand, Caribbean cruises remain the most popular destination choice amongst cruise enthusiasts.

Not only do cruise lines offer Caribbean cruises all year round, they take you to some of the most spectacular places in the Caribbean, all in one trip. Taking a Caribbean cruise is an efficient way to make the most of your holiday time, as you are able to relax while you are constantly in motion towards a new destination. Caribbean cruises truly are great value for money.

The main departure ports for Caribbean cruises include US cities in New Orleans, Florida, the Florida Panhandle, and in Texas. Depending on your location at the time, you can also catch a cruise from Barbados or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. These port destinations are made possible with direct flights from the UK.

If you have chosen a Caribbean cruise as your next holiday, you will have to narrow down your destination to a region. With more than 7,000 islands in the Caribbean, there are three distinct regions that major cruise lines take passengers. They are the Eastern Caribbean, Western Caribbean, and the Southern Caribbean.

The Eastern Caribbean will see you stop at places such as Leeward, Antigua, Barbados, St, Maarten and St. Thomas, to name only a few. Western Caribbean cruises will stop at places such as Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Jamaica, while cruies to the Southern Caribbean goes to Tortola, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and destinations in the Netherlands Antilles that include Curacao and Aruba.

Regardless of where you choose to go, the Caribbean is open for year round sailing and offers spectacular weather almost any time of the year. For the ultimate in sun and sand, the best times to cruise the Caribbean are between November and May when there is more sun and less rain. This is also the high season, which often costs more.

Caribbean cruises taken during hurricane season, which is between June and November, may see their ship take a sudden detour. This is normal and is done only to avoid problem weather. A new route could also mean a new and unexpected destination.

Cruise lines such as Disney, Holland America, Princess, and Royal Caribbean, for example, have a stop on a private island in the Dominican Republic or Bahamas where passengers can enjoy a day of water sports, family cabanas, or even sailboats.

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You fully explore the numerous choices for shore excursions. Some of them include mountain biking, safari tours, 4x4 jeep tours, city tours, zip-lines through tropical forests; snorkel trips, dolphin swims, and scuba diving. Keep in mind that each city has its own sites so your choices will vary depending on what port you are at.




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