How about a cruising adventure on stretches of white sands, in the backdrop of breathtaking landscapes, listening to upbeat calypso rhythms, under sun-soaked skies?
If this sounds exciting, then treat yourself to a Caribbean cruising vacation, as you unwind in some of the top class liners that allow passengers to explore numerous islands in a single trip.
1. Exploring Islands from Puerto Rico to the US Virgin Islands
Discover a new port every day with the 11-day roundtrip West Indies Explorer itinerary on Viking Cruises’ Viking Star from San Juan. Enjoy the charming Scandinavian interior design of the vessel that can hold up to 930 passengers. Get ready to depart in January 2018 from £2,690 per person.
2. Disney Cruise Line’s star wars-themed cruise with fireworks
Children will love the opportunity to get up-close with Disney characters on board the Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Fantasy on a 7-night western Caribbean cruise (from £1,749 per person that departs in January 2018). This is the most stimulating cruise option for families with younger children, where kids can enjoy exhilarating shows and entertainment, and visit Disney’s private island playground in the Bahamas, the Castaway Cay.
3. Immerse in Saga Cruises’ Murder Mystery cruise
Cruise-lovers who want a longer Caribbean cruise will enjoy the 32-night Murder Mystery cruise onboard Saga Cruises’ Saga Sapphire (720-passenger). The recent Telegraph Travel awardee, Saga Cruises is offering the cruise round-trip from Southampton in January 2018 from £5,621 per person.
4. Voyage from Barbados to Antigua
Treat yourself to exploring 13 little-frequented islands, and have a gala time on the charming Sea Cloud II. In February and March 2018, get ready for a 13-night cruise and set sail the three-masted barque from Barbados to Antigua (from £7,295 per person).
5. Caribbean Food Tour
Enjoy the 7-night round-trip Southern Caribbean cruise on Celebrity Summit (from £1,739 per person). The Chef’s Market Discoveries excursions on islands of St Maarten, St Lucia, Barbados, and Jamaica includes sampling local food and dining on island-inspired dishes.