Royal Caribbean Unveils "Revitalized" Vision of the Seas

Above: the Vision of the Seas (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell MIAMI — Royal Caribbean has officially debuted its “revitalized” Vision of the Seas cruise ship. The Vision of the Seas, which made its maiden voyage in 1998, […]


Grenada Readies For Cruise Season

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff The first cruise ship of the season is set to arrive in Grenada on Oct. 30, and the country’s government is making sure the island is ready to receive it. The country recently […]


Grand Cayman Cruise Dock Project Moving Forward

Above: a Royal Caribbean ship By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands’ new cruise dock project in George Town continues to move forward. The Tourism Ministry recently signed an agreement with local law firm Appleby’s to provide legal oversight […]


Caribbean Cruise Industry Gathers in Cartagena, Colombia

Above: Cartagena By the Caribbean Journal staff The annual Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Conference and Trade Show has begun in Cartagena, Colombia, bringing together more than 1,000 cruise professionals. That includes delegates from more than 100 companies, according to the FCCA, […]

St Kitts Predicting Record Cruise Traffic for 2013/2014 Season

Above: Port Zante (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis says it is predicting a significant increase in cruise traffic for the upcoming season. The government is predicting around 750,000 cruise passengers, by conservative estimates, according […]

Trinidad's Cadiz Leads Efforts to Draw Cruise Companies to Southern Caribbean

Above: Port of Spain (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean nations must work together to promote the region as a tourism destination, Trinidad Tourism Minister Stephen Cadiz said last week at a summit of regional tourism ministers. “We […]


A Cruise Tourism Future For Montserrat?

Above: Montserrat By the Caribbean Journal staff Montserrat is a diamond in the rough with “a lot to offer” when it comes to the potential for cruise tourism, according to cruise expert Matthew Beaubrun. Beaubrun, the chief executive officer of […]

The Coolest Cocktail in Grand Cayman

Above: Rum Point   By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon JetSetSarah ON THE NORTHERN tip of Grand Cayman, the Wreck Bar at Rum Point is the mecca for thirsty cruise-ship day-trippers (and on Sundays, a local boating crowd) in search of surf, sand […]

The 10 Best Caribbean Summer Vacations For 2013

It’s summertime! The weather’s heating up, work is slowing down, and it’s time for a vacation — to the Caribbean, of course. One of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean is that summer trade winds and island breezes can […]


St Kitts and Nevis Shows Significant Growth in Cruise Tourism

Above: St Kitts (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis’ cruise tourism sector has grown by more than 400 percent in the last six years, according to a study by US-based Business Research and Economic Advisors. […]


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