The islands of the Caribbean offer something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to relax in the sun with a rum punch in hand, discover local culture with informative tour guides, or get active kayaking in crystal clear waters, this part of the world has you covered. It’s an amazing destination to visit at any time of the year, and in fact – in spite of common concerns – if you opt to visit during hurricane season, a cruise ship is one of the safest places you can be. Find out more about hurricane myths if you are worried. A great number of cruise lines offer Caribbean itineraries, and each can provide a different style of holiday, so the perfect cruise is out there waiting for you.
"Just booked the Norwegian Canada cruise and stay. Amazing customer service from the call centre - took the stress and hassle out of booking a holiday. The staff are so knowledgeable and friendly - I have got exactly what I want.
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Katie Wilton, April 2015
"My husband and I have just returned from a cruise on Celestyal Crystal, 22nd October 2018. We had a lovely 3 night stay in Athens prior to starting the cruise. The hotel you booked was The Royal Olympic. The position for sightseeing was fantastic. The hotel was clean and comfortable, staff helpful and breakfast very good: lots of choice, and a view to die for. The only down side was the room, was an inside room with no window, but then no difference to an inside cabin on the ship. Transfers from the airport went without a hitch. From the hotel to the port was problematic as we had to get the hotel to ring up the company as the driver was late, with no apologize for being late. The cruise was great. The cabin was a bit smaller than we are used to, but clean with everything that was needed. The ship is in need of some updating but we were told this was being done. We thought being the last cruise of the season the staff on board would be less than attentive, but not so. The entertainment was first class. Never have we known the singers and dancers to be on every night with a different show, plus booking in at the port and various duties on the ship. The shows were at least an hour long every night. There was also music in all the other bars as well. The only downside was that all announcement were made in at least 7 languages, but that cannot be avoided on an international ship. The cruise was certainly everything the television program promised. We would certainly have no problems booking another cruise on the same line."