Get out there!
When it comes to beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters, the Caribbean is really in a league of its own. And beneath their tropical
paradise settings, these islands are home to rich culture and complex histories.
*** All itineraries are subject to change without notice.
Port Canaveral, Florida
The gateway to Central Florida, Port Canaveral provides access to the wonderful theme parks and entertainment complexes of Orlando, the spectacular
wonders of the Kennedy Space Center and the natural habitats of the alligator and Florida manatee.
Surrounded by the gentle, translucent waters of the Bahamas chain lies the secluded island of CocoCay®, an eco-certified private destination. Reserved
exclusively for cruise ship guests, this 140-acre tropical paradise was awarded a Gold-Level Eco-Certification by Sustainable Travel International
for its environmentally friendly activities and tours. With its white-sand beaches and spectacular surroundings, CocoCay is a wonderland of adventures.
Explore new aquatic facilities, nature trails and a ton of great places to just sit back, relax and enjoy a tropical drink.
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
St. Thomas is known as an idyllic vacation spot today, but its history is not so peaceful. In the 18th century, the island was at the center of a bustling pirate
culture, as swashbuckling pirates such as Blackbeard and Drake traded stolen wares in the port of Charlotte Amalie. This world-renowned Caribbean island is home
to amazing beaches, gorgeous sea and landscapes and unbelievable duty-free shopping.
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
When the Spanish closed their colonial fort on St. Maarten in 1648, a few Dutch and French soldiers hid on the island and decided to share it. Soon after, the
Netherlands and France signed a formal agreement to split St. Maarten in half, as it is today. Philipsburg displays its Dutch heritage in its architecture and
landscaping. The island offers endless stretches of beach, beautiful landscapes and great shopping.
* Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking.
* Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.