The Caribbean islands have captivated visitors for centuries with their natural beauty and year-round warm climate.
So many influences intertwine here, and subtle differences shine through in the cuisine, language and architecture from island to island, yet seemingly always with the same friendly, laid-back spirit.
Where we sail.
Belize City, Belize
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
As you’ll see, Madeira’s reputation as the “Garden Island” is well-founded. It’s swathed in lush greenery and bears all manner of tropical fruits. The region is famous for its delicious Madeira wine.
Philipsburg, St Maarten
Perched on a narrow strip of land between the crystal clear Caribbean Sea and the Great Salt Pond, the Caribbean gem Philipsburg is a fabulous setting for a wide array of things to see and experience.
The walled old town of Cartagena, named after the Spanish city, is a World Heritage Site presenting quaint colonial buildings. Meanwhile the magnificent cathedral and palace dominate the city skyline.
Charleston, SC, USA
Dominica is one of the Caribbean's most unspoiled destinations. Lush and mountainous, its rich rainforest embraces rare bird species, crater lakes, bubbling hot springs and splendid tumbling cascades.