Cruises From Florida to Barbados

On a cruise to Barbados from Florida, you’ll wind your way through the Southern Caribbean to the archipelago’s easternmost island, fringed by both Caribbean and Atlantic coastlines. In Barbados’ undulating interior, you’ll find sleepy villages, rippling fields of sugar cane, and grand old plantation houses, some now serving as museums and galleries. Bridgetown, the historic capital, has some fine 18th-century architecture, the famous Mount Gay rum distillery, and the Kensington Oval, where you can catch a cricket match. Barbados boasts some of the most pristine and idyllic beaches in the Caribbean, with crystal-clear turquoise waters and fine, golden and white sands.

Cruises from Florida to Barbados also visit St. Maarten, part French and part Dutch, and known for its sandy beaches and wonderful cuisine. Verdant Dominica is wild and lush, packed with adventure. You could also stop at Antigua, fringed with 365 beaches; mountainous St. Lucia; the laid-back British Virgin Islands; fragrant Grenada; and St. Kitts, packed with historic interest. You’ll sail on one of our state-of-the-art ships, where service is second to none and menus are designed by a Michelin-starred chef. Dine al fresco by the sparkling pool and relax in blissful outdoor spaces including the Magic Carpet (on Edge-series ships) and the Lawn Club (on Solstice-series ships) as you soak up the Caribbean sunshine.

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Beach life meets a thriving arts scene, some of the finest dining in the Caribbean, and fascinating history on pretty Barbados. Swim with sea turtles in the balmy waters of the west coast, or stroll the more remote east coast beaches, which are pounded by the Atlantic. Shop for handmade jewelry in Bridgetown, the capital, and explore the British garrison. Head inland to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, home to rare green monkeys, and make time to sample island rums at one of the distilleries.


Mountainous Dominica is quite the contrast to some of its neighbors, all forest-draped mountain peaks and ribbon-like waterfalls tumbling into lush valleys. Join a river-tubing adventure through tunnels of shaded green and visit the twin cascades of Trafalgar Falls. Hike rainforest trails, crossing gullies and streams. Swim off Champagne Beach, where bubbles of gas fizz up from the ocean floor, which serve as a reminder that this wildly beautiful island is volcanic.

St. Maarten

Enchanting St. Maarten is famed for its sandy beaches, among them glamorous Orient Beach, lively Maho Beach, and dreamy Grand Case Beach, close to some of the best French restaurants in the Caribbean. Go shopping for French designer fashions in Marigot, and visit 17th-century Fort Amsterdam for sweeping views. Dive into vibrant coral reefs teeming with life, or brush up your sailing skills on a thrilling jaunt on an original America’s Cup yacht.

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