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Many of the world’s most beautiful beaches are here. Some long and straight, some tucked between cliffs, some brilliant white, some volcanic black. All gorgeous and serene. But our Caribbean cruises are more than beaches.

Dive and snorkel coral reefs teeming with tropical fish—the Great Maya Reef is the largest living thing in the West. We'll take you climbing up waterfalls and descending into caves. Play golf on a lush green course, ride horseback through turquoise waters, and swim with friendly dolphins. We take history buffs to ancient Mayan temples and Spanish colonial churches.

Since pirate days, bargain hunters have come to trade. Today, travelers on Caribbean cruises seek out unique island fashions and fragrances, designer jewelry and Mexican silver, Cuban cigars, even blue Delft figurines.

Foodies love our Caribbean cruise vacations, where chefs fuse traditional dishes with local fruits for enchanting flavors. Enjoy mahi-mahi, grouper, kingfish, red and yellowtail snapper, and conch from the iconic shell. Get chicken, pork, and duck served fried, grilled, roasted, or blackened. For lunch on the go, grab some hearty empanadas, and in Mexico, don't miss the guacamole and margaritas.

Whether it’s a quick getaway you want or a two-week island-hopping adventure, when you vacation with us, you’ll come back completely renewed and restored.





Caribbean Cruise Highlights

Natural Beauty

Climb, hike, swim, bike, or chill in some of the world’s most beautiful places. From verdant mountain peaks to dazzling coral reefs teeming with tropical fish, the Caribbean is a never-ending show of nature’s wonders. Azure seas, sugar-white beaches, rainforests, volcanoes – there is nothing subtle about the various landscapes of the Caribbean. Every island has its own personality, from sleepy to bustling, and on a Caribbean cruise you can experience it all.


The islands in the Caribbean have been shaped by many different cultures over the centuries—Dutch, British, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, African, and indigenous Amerindians. In the Caribbean, you can visit ancient forts, museums, old churchyards, and UNESCO World Heritage sites in many of our ports of call in St. Kitt’s and Nevis, Curacao, Barbados, and Puerto Rico.


Discover taste sensations you’ve never experienced before in the islands. A year-round growing season means garden-fresh ingredients are always available. Distinct island flavors come from coconut, jerk seasoning, curries, mango, guava, papaya, ackee, and more. Not to mention, the Caribbean has an abundance of the best seafood around. On your Caribbean cruise, you can tour rum distilleries, cocoa farms, coffee farms, and get a true taste of the Caribbean.



Featured Caribbean Destinations

George Town, Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman has the glitz and glam you might expect from a city known for its financial district, but also has the sandy beaches, translucent blue water, and laid-back island lifestyle you’d expect from a Caribbean getaway. These two sides of the island give George Town a beautifully vibrant atmosphere.

Tortola, B.V.I.

One of the most scenic islands in the Caribbean. Hike along the seven available walking trails in Sage Mountain National Park for stunning views of the island and the surrounding natural habitat. Snorkel in the crystal-clear waters and enjoy a rum tasting at a distillery—both essential on a cruise to Tortola.

Bridgetown, Barbados

Miles of sandy beaches, aquamarine island waters, and an abundance of plantations and historic sites to tour means you’ll find plenty to do during your time here. Be sure to try traditional Bajan dishes like coucou and macaroni pie and make time to enjoy rum tasting on a distillery tour.

The Many Sides of the Caribbean

You can’t ask for a better place to get away from it all than the Caribbean. With over 80 islands in the Caribbean, and multiple cultures contributing to their creation, you can be sure no two regions are alike. Chill in the Eastern Caribbean, explore history in the Western Caribbean, marvel at natural wonders in Southern Caribbean. Discover the one-and-only Everglades in Florida, exotic rainforests in Costa Rica, and the never-ending beauty of the ABC Islands.



Central America

Costa Rica


Eastern Caribbean


Grand Cayman

Puerto RIco

Southern Caribbean

St. Maarten

St. Thomas

U.S. Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands

Western Caribbean

Caribbean Cruise Departure Ports

THIS IS TEST COPY Fort Lauderdale, Florida

THIS IS TEST COPY | This city has smooth, white sand beaches, endless shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, and the ocean welcomes you to swim year-round. For nature lovers, head to Hugh Taylor Birch State Park for trails blanketed by mangroves or travel to the Everglades for an airboat tour, complete with alligator sightings.

Miami, Florida

With its beautiful beaches and rich culture, Miami is one of the most popular destinations in the United States. Visitors from all over the world enjoy Miami’s famous Art Deco buildings, family-friendly zoos, and romantic palm tree-lined streets filled with fantastic restaurants.

Tampa, Florida

With endless sunny skies, year-round balmy temperatures, sandy beaches, and warm tranquil waters, Tampa is one of the most popular travel destinations on Florida’s Gulf Coast. And, the beautiful weather means ample time to explore when in port. Experience the unique history, diverse cuisines, family-fun, and much more on cruises from Tampa.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Discover a gorgeous landscape with lush green mountains, underground caves, balmy waters, white-sand beaches, delicious rum drinks, and so much more. Spend an afternoon snorkeling during your cruise to Puerto Rico or take an evening sail around Old San Juan for amazing views of the 500-year-old walled city.

Cape Liberty, New Jersey

Boasting unparalleled views of New York City, spend a day in cosmopolitan Manhattan walking the Bohemian streets of Greenwich Village. Visit small galleries and quaint cafes in SoHo. See the famous Prometheus Statue in Rockefeller Center. Just a few of the many things that makes this a desirable departure port.

Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida

While Orlando is best known for the thrills of its spectacular theme parks, there’s much more to this arty, energetic city, which encompasses long, tree-lined avenues, serene lakes, world-class museums, and an inventive culinary scene.

Unforgettable Shore Excursions

There’s a variety of ways to explore your ports of call. Whether you’re a parent looking for family entertainment, a foodie out to explore local dishes and wines, or a history buff, we have a Caribbean cruise excursion tailored to your interests.

Relax & Recharge

The chill vibe of the Caribbean is the perfect place to refresh and renew yourself. Of course, basking on any beach is a must-do. There are many opportunities to snorkel among colorful reef fish on every island. Discover Bonaire’s salt flats and flamingoes as you catch some beach time. Journey to some of St. Thomas's most breathtaking viewpoints and scenic overlooks on a stunning island drive.

Family Adventures

Board a traditional schooner on a fun pirate journey along the breathtaking coast of St. Vincent. Hike through a verdant rainforest or climb a dormant volcano in St. Kitts. Swim with docile stingrays in waters off Grand Cayman. Journey into the depths of underwater Aruba aboard an Atlantis submarine. Travel to St. Thomas' Coral World Ocean Park for a ride past coral gardens and tropical fish aboard an eight-foot semi-submersible vessel.


Journey beneath the earth on an adventure through Harrison’s Cave with limestone formations, bubbling streams, and waterfalls in Barbados. Explore the fascinating fortresses and history of San Juan’s walled city. Enjoy a Chef’s Market Discovery℠ with a shipboard chef as you source ingredients in Castries on St. Lucia and then enjoy a private dinner back onboard your ship.

Beautiful Beaches

Marigot Bay, St. Lucia

Marigot Bay beach is on the Northwest coast of Saint Lucia. You should visit because there’s a reason this picturesque location has been used in many Hollywood movies. It has the best of both worlds: plenty to see and do nearby, but less crowds and noise than at other beaches.

Eagle Beach, Aruba

Sometimes doing nothing at all is the only thing you need. There’s no shortage of beautiful beaches in Aruba, but for the classic post card view, Eagle Beach is the spot. Coconut palms, sea grapes, and Divi-Divi trees are abundant. The sand is white, the waters crystal clear, and the surf nice and acalm.

Champagne Beach, Dominica

Ranked as one of the top diving spots in the world, Champagne Beach gets its name from warm bubbles created by underwater hot springs that rise to the surface, just like champagne bubbles. These warm bubbles offer the most exquisite geothermal massages and help soothe the mind and body.

Ships Sailing in the Caribbean

We have nine stunning ships sailing throughout the Caribbean Islands, so you can relax, recharge, and refresh in luxury.

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Dine Like a Local on your Caribbean Cruise

Flavors & Seafood

The Caribbean is not only blessed with the freshest seafood from the surrounding sea but culinary influences from all corners of the earth. You’ll enjoy a fusion of African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, Spanish, French, Latin America, Indian, and Chinese.

Rum & Spirits

Nearly every island produces local rums that range from light white to heavy-bodied dark amber. Recipes are closely guarded secrets with specific varieties of wood and aging techniques. Make sure to also try a minty mojito or some Mexican tequila.


The cacao trade here is respected around the world for producing some of the finest cacao beans to provide ingredients for many luxury chocolatiers across the globe. Look for tours of a local cacao plantation and learn how it goes from bean to bar.

Helpful Tips Before You Go


As you prepare for your Caribbean cruise, there’s a lot to think about, especially if you’ve never been on one before. Try to anticipate the needs that you and your fellow travelers will have and create a checklist of key items you need to bring. With that in mind, here are some suggestions about what to pack and make sure you do before you board one of our ships and depart happily on an amazing Caribbean cruise.


  • Remember to pack sunscreen, bathing suit, sunglasses, and insect repellent
  • Call your bank to let them know the countries you will be visiting
  • Turn on your international cellular service plan
  • Have your documents protected and photocopied
  • Research the ports and check the weather to pack properly
  • Book Flights by Celebrity℠ to be protected in case there are delays or cancellations
  • Research the shore excursions and book them in advance, pre-cruise. The popular shore excursions get sold out fast.

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