Cruises to St. Lucia From Florida

Cruises to St. Lucia from Florida take you through the jewel-like islands of the Southern Caribbean to one of the most spectacular. St. Lucia has it all: powdery beaches, dense rainforest, jagged peaks, and tumbling waterfalls. Bask on gorgeous Sugar Beach, between the twin volcanic Pitons mountains, or explore the old military installations on Pigeon Island. Visit a working cocoa plantation, or admire the otherworldly Sulphur Springs, where boiling mud pools release billowing clouds of gas.

Other islands you may visit on a cruise from Florida to St. Lucia include Antigua, fringed by 365 beaches, or Barbados, where there’s a thriving cultural scene. Martinique is a tropical outpost of France, while on St. Kitts, you can ride a vintage train across the undulating countryside and coast. Back on your welcoming Celebrity ship after a day of discovery, enjoy some pool time, or cocktails in the Sunset Bar. Then explore the ship’s thrilling entertainment, or take a romantic stroll around the deck in the moonlight.

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Its western skyline dominated by the pointed peaks of the forest-clad Pitons mountains, St. Lucia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. There’s plenty to do, whether you want to join a chocolate-making workshop or browse Castries Market for spices and gifts. Bathe in the natural hot springs near Soufriere, or simply relax on one of the exquisite beaches. True adventurers could tackle the hike up Grand Piton for jaw-dropping views across the island. 


You’ll dock at bustling Bridgetown on your visit to Barbados, where you’ll find great art galleries and abundant restaurants, as well as historic buildings reflecting the 350 years of British rule. The island’s tranquil west coast is lined with fine beaches lapped by the warm Caribbean; you can swim with sea turtles here. Surfers will love the rugged east coast, pounded by the wild Atlantic. Inland, you’ll find rippling sugar cane fields, old plantation houses, and tropical gardens. 


Antigua is famed for its 365 beaches, not to mention snorkeling, kayaking, rainforest hiking, horseback beach rides, and even swimming with stingrays. Dickenson Bay is one of the best beaches, with soft sand and buzzing bars. Or head to English Harbour, home of Antigua Sailing Week, and admire the sleek yachts. While you’re here, wander around the UNESCO-protected Nelson’s Dockyard to see the beautifully restored 18th-century buildings, galleries, pub, and museum.

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