The Caribbean is one of the most popular cruise destinations and provides the iconic scenery of the very best cruises: palm trees, white sand and sparkling oceans.
However, this means that you can be spoilt for choice when picking your perfect cruise liners, from family-friendly activity cruises to adults-only cruises that are perfect for a holiday romance or luxurious honeymoon.
Whatever cruise you choose, it might be a good idea to take out a comprehensive cruise travel insurance to cover you in the event of needing medical treatment or other unforeseen circumstances such as passport loss.
Top 5 Cruise Lines for the Caribbean
1. Allure of the Seas
Allure of the seas is one of the largest Caribbean cruises, with a 5,400 passenger capacity. The ship even has a boardwalk filled with restaurants, bars and even a surf simulator.
2. The Norwegian Escape
The Norwegian Escape has 28 restaurants, a waterfall grotto and live performances of Tony-award winning musicals.
3. Anthem of the Seas
Anthem of the Seas has a sports centre where you can participate in bumper cars and roller skating, and see 'We Will Rock You' in the main theatre.
4. Regal Princess
This cruise liner hosts weekly events such as Movies Under the Stars and a host of adult-only pools and sundecks.
5. Viking Sea
Viking Sea gives you the benefits of flexibility, with choices ranging from which on-shore excursions you take to the restaurants that you eat at. This is the best cruise for those who work as well, as the internet is included in the price of its package.
Experience the Caribbean up close with your favourite cruise line, whether you're looking for a sun-soaked holiday that can be spent island-hopping, or a fun week or two spend dining out and partaking in the cruise's sporting activities.
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