Caribbean Cruises 2019 - 2020

Turquoise waters, white sand beaches, music, people... Discover special packages and excursions to explore beautiful places in the Caribbean islands.

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Discover peak paradise with a cruise to the Caribbean. Glittering turquoise waters, shimmering white-sand beaches, and more than 700 different islands await you in this tropical vacation destination. You can relax and unwind on a sunny beach, stroll through quirky local markets and shops, and take in the colorful colonial architecture over the course of your cruise. Whether you dream of snorkeling among colorful coral reefs, hiking through rainforests to discover ancient Mayan ruins, or sampling the local flavors in a tropical fruit smoothie or a bottle of rum, you can do it all on a Caribbean cruise. The Caribbean is home to some of the top vacation destinations, including Mexico, Cuba, and the Bahamas. Whether you're looking for a short getaway or a relaxing two-week vacation, Dreamlines can help you find the cruise itinerary that's right for you. With cruises departing from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and more, the Caribbean is an easy-to-reach destination, making it the perfect choice for your dream vacation.
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Our Recommendations
  Eastern Caribbean Cruises
8-Day Magnificent Discovery to Charlotte Amalie
8-Day Magnificent Discovery to Charlotte Amalie
7 Nights with the Harmony of the Seas
 November 2020 - April 2021
p.p.from $949
Picturesque Grand Turk with Carnival Cruise Lines
Picturesque Grand Turk with Carnival Cruise Lines
7 Nights with the Carnival Breeze
 April 2020 - September 2020
p.p.from $659
Colorful Charlotte Amalie Voyage with Freedom of the Seas
Colorful Charlotte Amalie Voyage with Freedom of the Seas
7 Nights with the Freedom of the Seas
 May 2020 - May 2021
p.p.from $629
Magnificent Labadee Adventure with Symphony of the Seas
Magnificent Labadee Adventure with Symphony of the Seas
7 Nights with the Symphony of the Seas
 May 2020 - April 2021
p.p.from $937
Picturesque Charlotte Amalie Expedition with Royal Caribbean
Picturesque Charlotte Amalie Expedition with Royal Caribbean
7 Nights with the Oasis of the Seas
 April 2020
p.p.from $853
  Western Caribbean Cruises
Explore Spectacular Costa Maya from Galveston
Explore Spectacular Costa Maya from Galveston
5 Nights with the Enchantment of the Seas
 April 2020 - September 2020
p.p.from $402
6-Day Excursion to Picturesque Progreso/Yucatán
6-Day Excursion to Picturesque Progreso/Yucatán
5 Nights with the Carnival Fantasy
 October 2020 - December 2020
p.p.from $338
6-Day Spectacular Discovery to Progreso/Yucatán
6-Day Spectacular Discovery to Progreso/Yucatán
5 Nights with the Carnival Fantasy
 April 2020 - December 2020
p.p.from $328
Delightful Cozumel from New Orleans 5-Day Adventure
Delightful Cozumel from New Orleans 5-Day Adventure
4 Nights with the Carnival Valor
 April 2020 - August 2020
p.p.from $374
Historic Mahogany Bay with Carnival Cruise Lines
Historic Mahogany Bay with Carnival Cruise Lines
5 Nights with the Carnival Paradise
 May 2020 - November 2020
p.p.from $394
  Southern Caribbean Cruises
9-Day Sail to Wonderful Curaçao
9-Day Sail to Wonderful Curaçao
8 Nights with the Carnival Radiance
 February 2021 - May 2021
p.p.from $777
Wonderful Oranjestad 13-Day Excursion
Wonderful Oranjestad 13-Day Excursion
12 Nights with the Adventure of the Seas
 May 2020
p.p.from $1,045
Experience Glorious Oranjestad from San Juan
Experience Glorious Oranjestad from San Juan
7 Nights with the Freedom of the Seas
 April 2020 - April 2021
p.p.from $699
Iconic Colón from Fort Lauderdale 12-Day Escape
Iconic Colón from Fort Lauderdale 12-Day Escape
11 Nights with the Vision of the Seas
 January 2021 - March 2021
p.p.from $1,073
Magnificent Oranjestad from Miami 10-Day Expedition
Magnificent Oranjestad from Miami 10-Day Expedition
9 Nights with the Explorer of the Seas
 November 2020 - April 2021
p.p.from $838
Top Caribbean Cruise Ports
Miami, Floridafrom
$292

Named after the Mayaimi tribe that inhabited the area in the 1600s, Miami has skyrocketed to international recognition as the cruise capital of the world. Nestled between Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park, the incredibly diverse tropical metropolis is equally acclaimed for its stunning sandy beaches, extravagant party scene, street art, natural beauty and glittering skyline. Vibrant, classy, edgy, exciting – Miami is everything you want in a cruise destination and more.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Floridafrom
$308

Fort Lauderdale is a coastal metropolis in southeast Florida’s panhandle, nestled between the blue exotic Everglades and turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The United States’ top cruise destination welcomes 11 cruise lines, 33 cruise ships and more than four million tourists annually. Fort Lauderdale is famed as the birthplace of “Spring Break’, which originated in the 1930s and has shaped the city as one of America’s party capitals.

Cozumel, Mexicofrom
$304

Cozumel, a tropical island located off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, is one of the world’s top cruise destinations. With its glittering turquoise waters, bright white beaches and exotic marine life, the idyllic island is popular for snorkeling, diving and swimming with dolphins. Cozumel has a well-established tourist industry. Cruise passengers will have plenty of opportunities for water sports, nature exploration and nightlife. Year-round temperatures in the upper 70s make it the perfect place for a sunny beach vacation.

San Juan, Puerto Ricofrom
$497
Castries, Saint Luciafrom
$500
Bridgetown, Barbadosfrom
$500
Philipsburg, Saint Martin, Netherlands Antillesfrom
$500
Nassau, Bahamasfrom
$292
Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islandsfrom
$500

Charlotte Amalie is the largest cruise port on Saint Thomas. A colorful Caribbean island, it is known for its Danish colonial architecture, sweeping beaches, and lots and lots of shopping. Charlotte Amalie was once a popular pit stop for pirates. Seafarers from all over the world would stop by its beer halls to quench their thirst after a long stay at sea, and it's said that Bluebeard and Blackbeard frequented the city. Today, visitors can still partake in this nautical tradition by sampling the island's excellent selection of rum.

Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevisfrom
$500
Oranjestad, Aruba, Netherlands Antillesfrom
$699
Costa Maya, Mexicofrom
$343

The Costa Maya is a beautiful, 100-mile-long coastline on the Yucutan Peninsula characterized by white sand beaches and beautiful blue water. Right on the port you can find shopping areas, restaurants and bars, and jet skis for rent, and the nearby city of Mahahual holds a popular, easy to access beach. For those looking for a more private piece of paradise, the more secluded beaches are just a short taxi ride away. One must-see for any visitor of Costa Maya is the Chacchoben Ruins, the remainders of an ancient Mayan city more than a thousand years old. For the best experience, take a guided tour to learn about what life was like for the Mayans – back then and now.

Port Canaveral, Floridafrom
$308

Port Canaveral is a port in Florida and is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. This place is best known for launching satellites and space shuttles and NASA has a base here.

St. John's, Antigua and Barbudafrom
$629

St. John's is the capital of the island nation Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean. Sights worth seeing include the St. John's Harbor, the St. John's Cathedral and the colonial court House.Saint. John's is among the most developed communities in the Lesser Antilles, with a population of 22,193, St.John is the chief port of the island Antigua. The city became famous for numerous shopping centers and a variety of boutiques throughout the city.

Roatán, Hondurasfrom
$384

The island of Roatan sits above the second-largest coral reef in the world, making it an attractive destination for snorkelers, scuba divers and other ocean enthusiasts eager to get a glimpse of one of nature’s most colorful wonders. Book an excursion to visit the beautiful reef by boat, or simply swim from shore – some of the coral is located just 300 feet from the beach. The white sand beaches and crystal clear water make Roatan perfect for swimming and tanning alike.

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Caribbean cruises

The Caribbean is known for its gleaming blue lagoons, soft white-sand beaches, and year-round tropical weather. Friendly locals and a laid-back vibe make it the perfect choice for a relaxing vacation, and you'll quickly get used to life "on island time." No matter where you go, you'll find beautiful sweeping beaches, stunning crystal waters, and plenty of opportunities for snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing.

Caribbean cruises: Where to go?

The Caribbean is divided into the Eastern, Western, and the Southern Caribbean, each with its own unique culture and attractions. On a Western Caribbean cruise, you'll call at ports in Mexico, Central America, and the Bahamas. The Western Caribbean has some of the best snorkeling, scuba diving, and diving in the world. The Eastern Caribbean is a shopper's as well as a beach lover's paradise, with lots of opportunities for souvenir hunting as well as sunbathing at Saint Thomas, Saint Martin, and Saint Kitts. The Southern Caribbean is more popular for experienced cruisers. Here, passengers can look forward to exotic and beautiful destinations such as Aruba, Barbados, and Curacao.

To learn more about different Caribbean cruise destinations, check out Dreamlines guide to cruising the Caribbean.

Types of Caribbean cruises

The Caribbean and especially the Bahamas are the perfect destination for a short, three-day getaway. Perhaps you're dreaming of a winter escape? Check out our selection of four-day cruises. A short cruise can be the perfect way to relax and reset over an extended weekend, or to see a new part of the world without breaking the bank.

If you'd like to truly experience the destination, however, consider going on a longer cruise. You'll need at least seven days to experience just one region in the Caribbean, and 10 or more days to see more.

The Caribbean is also a popular destination for families. A favorite destination for family-friendly cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line, and Disney Cruise Line, a Caribbean cruise has something for everyone to enjoy.

Cruise Departure Ports for the Caribbean

In addition to all the major ports in Florida, Caribbean cruises also depart from New Orleans, New York, and Galveston, Texas. Southern Caribbean cruises typically depart from San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Caribbean is also a popular stop on a Panama Canal cruise.

Best Caribbean cruise deals

To stay up-to-date on the latest hot deals and special offers, check out Dreamlines' selection of cruise deals. You may even find a last-minute deal or a major discount. Or, simply call one of our cruise experts at 1-888-403-1425 and they'll be happy to help you find the best deal on your Caribbean cruise.