Luxury Caribbean Cruises In 2017


The thought of a Caribbean cruise wraps us in the warm promise of sun-kissed beaches, rum punch and amazing adventures, and we want to make sure that your Luxury Caribbean cruises in 2017 tick all the right boxes – and maybe a few more!

When Is Caribbean Cruise Season

The best time to cruise the Caribbean is between the months of November and March. Typically, these months offer the best temperatures, less prolonged rain and usually, no hurricanes! This is peak Caribbean season and with that comes a whole array of exciting itineraries across virtually all cruise lines.

The rainy season (and hurricane season) in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas is usually between June and November. Prices during this time are usually cheaper, however, should you choose to cruise during hurricane season, then you must expect the risks that come with it: port alterations or even cancellations.

For more information on the best time to cruise the Caribbean, view our blog post dedicated to it by clicking here.

Are Caribbean Cruises All-Inclusive

Not all Caribbean cruises are all-inclusive, but at The Cruise Line, we do have a wide variety that are and with some of the best cruise lines in the world, including Regent Seven Seas, Crystal Cruises and Silversea.

All-inclusive Caribbean cruises are a great option, especially with Regent Seven Seas. Their all-inclusive offerings literally do include everything: flights, transfers, food, drinks, gratuities and a wide variety of shore excursions to choose from in every port of call. Other luxury lines, such as Crystal Cruises often include drinks, gratuities and food.


Caribbean Cruises With Flights From UK

We have a wide variety of cruises that include flights direct to the Caribbean from a number of regional UK airports, however, if your cruise does not include a flight, then don’t worry, we can help! At The Cruise Line, we work with several external companies and can easily tailor-make your voyage to include return flights from your preferred UK airport – we can even arrange your transfers to and from the airport. If you would prefer to drive to the airport and leave your car in long-stay parking, we can also assist in booking this for you.

Caribbean Cruises For Solo Travellers

The Caribbean atmosphere is always a great reason to choose the region as a cruise option if you are a solo guest, and the range of ships available makes the entire experience even greater. Some of the lines we would recommend for solo Caribbean cruising are: Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, P&O Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Cunard, Crystal Cruises and Seabourn. They each offer ships small enough to be non-intrusive yet allow you to see familiar faces on a daily basis. They all also offer various activities both onboard and ashore that are ideal for those travelling on their own.

Book Your Caribbean Cruise with The Cruise Line

If you are thinking of booking your next Caribbean cruise but would like some more advice on the right cruise line and ship for you, then why not speak to one of our Cruise Experts who will be more than happy to assist in creating an unforgettable holiday. Call us on 0800 008 6677.

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About Danielle Fear

Danielle has more than 40 cruises behind her and loves to visit new and exciting places. One of her favourite cruise regions is the Baltic because of its rich history and exciting ports.
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