Cruises to the Caribbean.

The Caribbean islands have captivated visitors for centuries with their natural beauty and year-round warm climate. A myriad of influences shine through in the cuisine, language and buildings from island to island; all while retaining the same friendly, laid-back spirit.

Featured Caribbean cruises.

Where we sail in the Caribbean.

St. John’s, Antigua.

Famously dusted with pristine white sands and pulsating to the rhythm of steel drums, Antigua is a real Caribbean treat. Visit Shirley Heights, a fortress dominating the entry to the English Harbor.

From the bustling bijou port of St. John’s, tour to Shirley Heights, and the fortress entrance to English Harbour. Historic Nelson's dockyard warehouses now feature a variety of shops and restaurants.

Fort-de-France, Martinique.

Despite its French flavor, Martinique is classic Caribbean. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it sits serenely between Dominica and St. Lucia, and is every inch as beautiful and relaxed as its neighbors.

Fruit crops flourish in the rich volcanic soil surrounding Mt. Pelée. This semi-active volcano devastated former capital St. Pierre in 1902 and a tour of the ruins is a fascinating day trip.

Bridgetown, Barbados.

Barbados is one of the most well-known and beautiful islands in the eastern Caribbean. It is part of the British Commonwealth and is named after the Bearded Fig Tree, which was once found in abundance.

Barbados is an island where relaxation and adventure go hand in hand. White sandy beaches stretch for miles while snorkeling and sailing are some of the world-class water sports on offer.

Make special memories in the Caribbean.

Frequently asked questions about the Caribbean.