Caribbean & Bahamas Cruises 2018 - 2019

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

Caribbean & The Bahamas

Discover the epitome of paradise with a cruise vacation to the Caribbean and The Bahamas. Glittering turquoise waters, shimmering white-sand beaches, and tropical palms await you in this ultimate year-round vacation destination. Witness a spectacular kaleidoscope of blue as you island hop the azure archipelago, cruising to Cuba and the Bahamas. Visit Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on a Western Caribbean voyage and the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, and Puerto Rico on a typical Eastern Caribbean voyage. Explore other exciting Caribbean destinations including Barbados, Aruba, St. Kitts or Curacao.

The possibilities in the Caribbean and The Bahamas are endless. Relax and unwind on pink sandy beaches, stroll through eclectic local markets, wonder at charmingly colorful colonial architecture, hike through lush tropical rainforests, indulge in a spot of luxury shopping or sample mouthwatering Caribbean cuisine – all while enjoying customarily warm and friendly Caribbean hospitality. Cruise to the Caribbean from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral, Tampa, New York, Galveston, New Orleans, San Juan, and more.

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  Popular Itineraries
From Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel
From Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel
4 Nights with the Independence of the Seas
 January 2018
pp from $689
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
6 Nights with the Carnival Vista
 January 2018 - August 2018
pp from $645
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
5 Nights with the Empress of the Seas
 February 2018
pp from $527
The Wonderful Western Caribbean
The Wonderful Western Caribbean
7 Nights with the Carnival Vista
 September 2018 - April 2019
pp from $630
Bermudian Brilliance and Caribbean Charms
Bermudian Brilliance and Caribbean Charms
9 Nights with the Anthem of the Seas
 May 2018 - August 2018
pp from $2464
  Hot Offers
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
5 Nights with the Empress of the Seas
 January 2018
pp from $402
Discover the Bahamas Port Canaveral Roundtrip
Discover the Bahamas Port Canaveral Roundtrip
4 Nights with the Carnival Liberty
 August 2018 - November 2018
pp from $253
Sunny Holiday in the Bahamas
Sunny Holiday in the Bahamas
4 Nights with the Carnival Sensation
 November 2018 - March 2019
pp from $265
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
6 Nights with the Carnival Vista
 September 2018
pp from $485
An Enriching Expedition Across the Caribbean
An Enriching Expedition Across the Caribbean
5 Nights with the Independence of the Seas
 January 2018
pp from $444
  Last-Minute Deals
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
Mesmerising Mexico and Fluorescent Florida
5 Nights with the Empress of the Seas
 January 2018
pp from $402
From Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel
From Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel
4 Nights with the Independence of the Seas
 January 2018 - January 2018
pp from $457
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
Jamaica and Mexico from/to Miami
6 Nights with the Carnival Vista
 January 2018 - January 2018
pp from $765
Sensational Eastern Caribbean Miami Roundtrip
Sensational Eastern Caribbean Miami Roundtrip
5 Nights with the Carnival Sensation
 February 2018
pp from $681
An Enriching Expedition Across the Caribbean
An Enriching Expedition Across the Caribbean
5 Nights with the Independence of the Seas
 January 2018 - January 2018
pp from $444
Bridgetown, Barbadosfrom
$2543

Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados and is located on the southeast coast of the exotic Caribbean island. The lively city center is a melting pot of the old, new, historic and nouveau, and was recently named a World Heritage site by UNESCO. A popular beach destination by day, cruise visitors can also enjoy Bridgetown’s fresh seafood, fantastic bar scene and vibrant nightlife.

Highlights of Bridgetown
  • Take a stroll down Wickham Lewis Boardwalk where you can spot beautiful yachts, charming charter fishing boats, luxury catamarans and the harbor’s iconic Jolly Roger pirate ship
  • Take a dip in the glittering turquoise waters of Pierhead Beach
  • Explore Bridgetown’s iconic parliament buildings, where you can find the Barbados National Heroes Gallery and Barbados Museum of Parliament
St. John's, Antigua and Barbudafrom
$2543

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.

Highlights of St. John's
  • Visit the farmer's markets in the capital city of Antigua
  • Enjoy the eye-catching architecture and the ruins of sugar plantations
  • Explore the astonishing St. John's Cathedral
  • Visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda to experience the island's historical culture
Philipsburg, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antillesfrom
$618

Philipsburg is situated on the narrow stretch of land between the picturesque Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond, on the tropical Caribbean island of St. Maarten. Just four parallel streets wide, Philipsburg is a shopper’s paradise, renowned for its mile-long tax-free shopping district just a stone’s throw from the port and beaches.

Highlights of Philipsburg
  • Experience the thrill of watching commercial airplanes land just feet above your head from the infamous Maho Beach
  • Enjoy a snorkel tour of St Maarten’s crystal-clear turquoise waters brimming with marine life
  • Relax and unwind on the brilliant white sands of Great Bay Beach
Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevisfrom
$618

Basseterre is the bustling capital city of St. Kitts and Nevis, situated in the eastern Caribbean. The tropical city is teeming with historical sites and architectural gems and hosts a vibrant downtown next to the cruise ship terminal which is renowned for excellent duty-free shopping, souvenir stalls, and cocktail bars. Venture outside the city boundaries to enjoy a variety of water sports, such as kiteboarding, jet skiing, diving, snorkeling, surfing, sailing and more.

Highlights of Basseterre
  • Marvel at the beautiful Independence Square, located in the heart of the Basseterre
  • Discover the island’s fascinating history at the National Museum
  • Hit a hole in one at Royal St. Kitts Golf Club against the backdrop of spectacular Caribbean ocean vistas
St. George's, Grenadafrom
On Request

St. George’s, the capital of Grenada, is arguably one of the most picturesque towns in the Caribbean. Nestled at the foot of an old volcano, the city is ideal to explore on foot, with a plethora of quality sightseeing within walking distance of the harbor. Visit Fort George to discover the island’s fascinating history against the backdrop of spectacular ocean vistas, take a hike around the Grand Etang Nature Reserve’s stunning crater lake or marvel at the spices and tropical fruits in the market place.

Highlights of St. George
  • Discover how chocolate is made at the Belmont Estate’s 17th century plantation
  • Wander through the Bay Gardens’ lush tropical rainforests
  • Sample some of the Caribbean’s best rum at Clark’s Court Distillery
Rodney Bay, Saint Luciafrom
On Request

Saint Lucia is a popular Caribbean tourist destination, with many cruise ships docking at Rodney Bay at the northern tip of the island. A thriving tourist industry has sprung up around the port. Visitors can relax and work on their tan on a sunny beach, splash around with the kids at a nearby water park, or spend the day browsing the shops for unique souvenirs to take back home. Frequent festivals allow visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the local culture, dance to live reggae music and taste the local cuisine. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to relax, shop and play in this charming island town.

Highlights of Rodney Bay
  • Golf like a pro at Cap Estate, an 18-hole golf course is the only of its kind on the island
  • Watch whales and dolphins frolic off the coast of St. Lucia
  • Climb aboard “The Big Unicorn” a historic tall ship used at the movie Pirates of the Caribbean
Caribbean & The Bahamas

Caribbean & the Bahamas Cruises

The Caribbean, a set of more than 700 islands in the heart of the Caribbean Sea spread over an area the size of Argentina, is known for its gleaming blue lagoons, soft white sand beaches with soul-warming sun and its unique and distinct cultural identity. It is a great place to spend the holidays cruising in between North, Central and South America’s coastlines. The Caribbean is without a doubt among most visited destinations around the world. Go anywhere in the Bahamas and you will find white or even pink sandy beaches with clear, turquoise-colored water lapping at their shores. Authentic ports due to their beauty and cleanliness will leave every visitor breathless.

Where do you want to go in the Caribbean?

So many islands and so little time to visit all of them. We definitely agree that there is no better way to hop from one island to another than on a boat. Caribbean cruise takes you to some of the best islands with its own unique appeal. The Virgin Islands is a central hub of the beautiful Caribbean and at the same time being a hot spot for cruises in the region. This island is built on land crabs. Well, not literally, but there sure are plenty of crustaceans on the shores of St. Thomas and Road Town, many of which find themselves on plates of excellent seafood restaurants on the marina. If you are a seafood lover, you would love St. Kitts fish market in Basseterre where local fishermen bring their daily catch for sale. Generally speaking, this island is perfect for cruise ship visitors to enjoy fresh local seafood and good Caribbean rum. For more cultural experience head towards Puerto Rico. You might think that this island is all about sunning yourself on the beach or wading in the warm turquoise waters. And you would be right! However, do not miss the chance to listen to reggaeton, merengue, and bolero on the streets of San Juan. Sailing west, Cayman Islands welcomes with its terrific natural phenomena above and below the sea – underwater statues and impressive shipwrecks.

Where to go in the Bahamas?

Tired of sea life? It is always a pleasure to stroll down one of the main streets in Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. What a better way to celebrate a holiday than shopping and rum-based cocktails? If you want the full Bahamian experience, take a half-day trip to see the swimming pigs and piglets on the Pig Beach. A Bahamas cruise is never a bad idea to uncover island’s greatest treasures – cultural vibrancy, gracious hospitality and spectacular vistas. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience not to be missed! Dreamlines offer a great variety of options for a Bahamas cruise getaway and being able to travel between the islands quickly and easily. The region is being served by many conveniently situated ports that offer a winning combination of main island attractions.

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