Caribbean

St Lucia Port Guide

St Lucia is an island full of natural attractions with lush jungle-covered terrain in the volcanic south contrasting with the more gentle scenery and white sands of the north. Famous for its iconic twin...
Bahamas

Bahamas Port Guide

Nassau in the Bahamas has long been a favoured stop for cruise ships, helped by its proximity to the Florida coastline, and a contrasting collection of attractions that range from quaint colonial to unashamedly...

Havana Cuba Port Guide

If you’ve never been to Havana you’d probably imagine it as a time capsule filled with 1950 Cadillacs, faded colonial buildings, cigar factories and Che Guevara murals. What’s more, you’d be right. You won’t find...

Jamaica Port Guide

Golf, rum and golden sands bring visitors flocking to Jamaica but the island also has a notorious yet fascinating history. If you’ve ever considered a visit to Jamaica, it comes with a glowing recommendation from...
Scuba diving in the Bonaire Marine Park

Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire Port Guide

The Dutch Caribbean islands of Aruba and Curacao, known together with Bonaire as the Netherlands Antilles or ABC islands, are fast becoming must-sees for international travelers. With their combination of Dutch colonial charm and tropical...
Silversea

Reduction on solo traveller fares continue for 2011 on Silversea

Silversea is to continue reductions on the single supplement in 2011. The Solo Traveller fares were launched in summer 2010 and applied to select voyages. Next year, the same reduction rate is offered but with...

What to pack for a cruise to the Caribbean – The Top 10

With its crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches it’s little wonder that the Caribbean is one of the most popular cruising destinations. Peak season falls between December and February and with temperatures consistently...

Destinations visited by the Royal Caribbean fleet

As Royal Caribbean grows, it’s able to offer a greater variety of destinations than ever before. The Mediterranean, the Norwegian Fjords and the Caribbean remain among the most popular with British passengers in particular,...

Islands of the Eastern Caribbean

IF YOU'RE in search of fabulous scenery, sandy beaches and crystal-clear water, head for the world's most popular cruising spot - you won't fail to be impressed by the sights, sounds and colours on offer.

Grenada Port Guide

PRISTINE BEACHES, hidden waterfalls, rainforest and volcanic landscapes, Grenada and its sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, are true Caribbean gems. Cruising within the Southern Caribbean is incomplete without the inclusion of the "Spice of the Caribbean"

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.

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