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Home > CARIBBEAN WITH ROYAL CARIBBEAN
CARIBBEAN WITH ROYAL CARIBBEAN
We present to your attention a selection of the best Caribbean cruises from our cruise experts, on the ships of the American cruise company Royal Caribbean International.
 
You will definitely be interested in cruises on the largest liners in the world: Symphony of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas. Also, the newest RCI liner - Odyssey Of The Seas, will cruise along the route: Fort Lauderdale / Florida, USA - At sea - Georgetown, Cayman Islands - At sea - Oranjestad, Aruba - Willemstad, Curacao - At sea - At Sea - Fort Lauderdale / Florida, USA (>>> see details).
 
Don't miss your chance to embark on your dream trip!
 

CARIBBE is one of the most popular cruise routes during the winter season. Here everyone feels like in paradise. The warm climate, white sands, and location have made the Caribbean islands the most famous in the world. Not surprisingly, all cruise lines feel obligated to maintain at least one cruise ship in the region.
 
While Caribbean cruises are operated all year round on many ships, we recommend sailing between mid-October and mid-April. And we do not recommend visiting the Caribbean and Florida from August to September due to the high probability of hurricanes.
 
The Caribbean islands are geographically divided into the Greater and Lesser Antilles. But for cruise line routes, the division goes into Western Caribbean, Eastern Caribbean, Southern Caribbean, and Bahamas. What ports are visited by cruise ships and what are the features of each subregion:
 
Western Caribbean - Some of the most beautiful cruise lines. On the cruise, you will see the fast-growing metropolitan areas and unspoiled corners of nature, as well as many attractions such as the Riviera Maya in Mexico, the largest barrier reef off the coast of Belize, or go on an excursion to the rum factory on Tortuga. Cruise companies often arrange routes in such a way that the liner alternates cruises in the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Thus, our tourists combine Western and Eastern cruises, going on cruises for two weeks on the same liner.
 
Most of the cruise ships dock at ports in Central America. On a cruise along the Western Caribbean route, you can visit the ports:
 
Labadi, Haiti;
Falmouth, Jamaica;
Montego Bay, Jamaica;
Cozumel, Mexico;
Costa Maya, Mexico;
Harvest Caye, Belize;
Roatan, Honduras;
Mahogany Bay, Honduras;
Islas de la Bahia (Bay Islands), Honduras;
Nassau, Bahamas Islands;
Belize (Belize City), Belize;
Georgetown, Grand Cayman / Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands;
Ocho Rios, Jamaica;
Key West, USA;
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (private island of Carnival Cruise Line and Holland America Line);
Nassau, Bahamas Islands;
Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas;
Santo Tomas de Castilla, Gavtemala;
Philipsburg, St. Maarten (Netherlands);
Castaway Cay, Bahamas;
Princess Cays, Bahamas Islands;
San Juan, Puerto Rico;
Willemstad, Curacao;
Bonaire, Bonaire Sint-Estatouis and Saba (Netherlands);
Oranjestad, Aruba;
Amber Cove, Dominican Republic;
Grand Turks, Turks and Caicos Islands (British Overseas Territories);
Progreso, Mexico;
Basse Terre, Guadeloupe;
 
The Southern Caribbean is the most remote cruise region from the US coast. Generally, cruises in the Southern Caribbean are longer. The average cruise takes 10 to 12 days. Most of all, tourists remember the entertainment events on the islands, discos, bars, as well as the carefree life and rest of the local population, which is what is needed for a complete immersion in island life. Taking a cruise in the South Caribbean, you can visit such wonderful cities as:
 
 
Bonaire, Bonaire Sint-Estatouis and Saba (Netherlands);
Princess Cays, Bahamas Islands;
St. Georges, Grenada;
Oranjestad, Aruba;
Kralendijk, Bonaire, Bonaire Sint Estatouis and Saba (Netherlands);
Saint Johns, Antigua and Barbuda;
Castries, Saint Lucia;
Bridgetown, Barbados;
Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago;
Willemstad, Curacao;
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago;
 
Many countries with their own individual and indescribable culture, atmosphere, traditions are attracting more and more clients to the Caribbean and Bahamas. After all, only here you can see the island completely inhabited by wild pigs or the beaches where pink flamingos stroll carelessly among vacationers. Many exotic places and excursions await you on your travels with Four Gates Ukraine. A multitude of cruise routes, in which you will visit a maximum of countries and islands, are waiting for you. Also, the cruise can be combined with any vacation in the United States or other ports of departure of cruise ships.
 
Typically, Caribbean cruises start from the ports:
 
Florida: MIAMI, FORT LODDERDALE, PORT EVERGLADES (FORT LODDERDALE), TAMPA, PORT CANAVERAL, JACKSONVILLE;
Alabama: MOBILE;
Virginia: NORFOLK;
New Jersey: BEYONNE (CAPE LIBERTY);
South Carolina: CHARLESTON;
Texas: GALVESTON;
Louisiana: NEW ORLEANS (New Orleans);
Massachusetts: BOSTON;
Maryland: BALTIMORE;
New York: NEW YORK.
Barbados: BRIDGETOWN
Martinique: FOR DE FRANCE
Guadeloupe: PUENT-A-PITR
Puerto rico: SAN JUAN
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