Sail into a cocktail of palm trees, powder beaches, yacht-filled harbours and tropical panoramas on our smaller ship cruises to the Caribbean. From idyllic isles like St Lucia to the hidden gems of St Kitts- there's so much to discover.
On our brand-new ship Spirit of Adventure, you’ll drop anchor at a host of memorable destinations, including the isles of Antigua, Trinidad, Barbados and Jamaica.
These are some of the ports that you can visit when sailing with us to the Caribbean
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Basseterre’s city centre, The Circus and Independence Square, has plenty of cultural and historical attractions. There is also an abundance of natural beauty in Basseterre with the iconic beach - South Friars Bay. This is a treasured spot for birdwatchers amongst the salt pond and mangroves as well as a great snorkelling spot due to the gentle waters.
The bustling port city of the Castries is the largest city and capital of St Lucia. Originally, the Castries harbour was a volcanic crater that flooded when the Western Wall collapsed; now, the crater bubbles with hot sulphur springs. There are lively Castries markets and a mix of French and British architecture around the city too.
Visit Barbados’ capital, Bridgetown, known for its multitude of rum shops and distilleries. This capital is steeped in British colonial history and Bajan culture. The highlights of this vibrant port city are the 17th century heritage Garrison located nearby, the azure waters of Carlisle Bay and the many museums.
Located on the northwest coast of Antigua is St Johns, which has much more than just an attractive beach. Architecturally, there’s a variation of buildings from 150-year-old restored colonial survivors to more modern new builds that make a good attempt at mirroring the past before the fires. Of special note is the baroque Cathedral of St John.
Kingston is a growing metropolis with the backdrop of the Blue Mountains and memorable natural harbour of Jamaica. Well known attractions here include the speciality Bob Marley Museum and the 19th century historical Devon House.
Trinidad and Tobago
Why not explore the Port of Spain’s culture through sampling dishes from market stalls or visiting the Queen’s Park Savannah dotted with coconut vendors? This park also forms the centrepiece for The Port of Spain’s famous carnival celebrations. The Independence Square and botanical gardens are also worth a mention.