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Puerto Rico Sets New Single-Day Cruise Passenger Record

Puerto Rico welcomed 24,117 cruise passengers on Wednesday, a new single-day record for the island. The Port of San Juan took in the passengers, surpassing the previous high of 17,847 cruise arrivals set Feb. 25, 2015. The passengers came in […]


A Caribbean Christmas Cruise

Christmas Caribbean Cruise

Thinking of a new way to spend Christmas in the Caribbean? Why not try a cruise? Enter Azamara, which is offering a special eight-night Caribbean Christmas Cruise out of PortMiami. Azamara offers a very different kind of Caribbean cruise experience, with […]


Royal Caribbean Planning LNG Cruise Ships

Royal Caribbean Cruises is going green in a major way. The company has announced plans to power its newest class of ships with liquefied natural gas and introduce the use of fuel cell technology. Royal Caribbean has signed a memorandum […]


Puerto Rico’s Cruise Growth

Cruise Growth

Puerto Rico’s cruise sector continues to grow, according to the island’s latest projections. The island is on pace to break its cruise passenger records for the second time in three years, led by the Port of San Juan, which set […]

Royal Caribbean’s Adam Goldstein to Chair FCCA

Adam Goldstein

Royal Caribbean Cruises President and COO Adam Goldstein has been named the new chairman of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association. The new appointment, which will take effect Jan. 1, 2017, was announced during this year’s FCCA Cruise Conference and Trade Show […]

Caribbean’s Biggest Cruise Conference Begins in Puerto Rico

Caribbean's Biggest Cruise Conference

The largest cruise conference in the Caribbean launches this week in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Cruise Conference and Trade Show is a four-day event that will bring together more than 1,000 cruise tourism stakeholders and 100 […]


Carnival Orders First LNG-Powered Cruise Ships


Carnival Corporation has announced a new multi-ship order for its first-ever liquefied natural gas-powered cruise ships. The company is scheduled to take delivery of two 180,000-gross-registered-ton cruise ships in 2020 and 2022 which will be the largest in the company’s […]

Celebrity Cruises Signs Demi Lovato to Kick Off Concert Series

Demi Lovato

Celebrity Cruises has signed music superstar Demi Lovato to kick off its new Concert Series this winter season. The concert will take place in St Maarten, and be available for four Caribbean itineraries: a 14-night Caribbean holiday on Celebrity Equinox, […]

Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle Is Coming to Carnival Cruise Ships

Lip Sync Battle

Carnival Cruise Line is partnering with Spike TV’s show “Lip Sync Battle’ for a unique new cruise ship experience. The partnership is a recreation of the show, which pits contestants in a head-to-head competition to create the “most unforgettable lip-sync […]


Norwegian Cruise Line Expanding Margaritaville Partnership

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line is expanding its partnership with Margaritaville, the company announced this week. The plan is to add two new Margaritaville at Sea restaurants onboard its Norwegian Getaway and Norwegian Breakaway cruise ships. “Norwegian Cruise Line has been bringing […]

Jamaica Looking to China to Boost Cruise Sector

Jamaica’s Ministry of Tourism says it will look to the Chinese market as it seeks to boost earnings in its cruise ship sector by 2021. This was the message delivered by Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett following his recent tour of […]

This Celebrity Ship to Sail Year-Round Caribbean Cruises

Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Cruises is adding another ship to the Caribbean for Year-Round Caribbean Cruises. The line has announced that Celebrity Equinox will be heading to the Caribbean for year-round sailings in both the Western and Eastern Caribbean. Equinox will sail 24 […]

About Caribbean Cruise

Whether you’re taking a small-ship expedition to the Western Caribbean or sailing on Royal’s Quantum of the Seas, finding the right Caribbean Cruise is about knowing what kind of vacation you’re after. Because the best cruises to the Caribbean come in all shapes and sizes. Indeed, there are luxury cruises on large lines like Crystal or small ones like Seabourn; there are adventurous cruises on high-end lines like Windstar but also ultra-boutique, active experiences like Island Windjammers. And then, of course, there are the majors, from Royal Caribbean to Norwegian to Carnival, and everything in between.

We’re here to bring you all of the best facts and information on cruising to the Caribbean, with updated, real-time reporting, great features and a focus on offering you a wide range of potential options for your Caribbean Cruise.

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