With the traditional hurricane season in the Caribbean quickly approaching its conclusion and the UK cold snap threatening evermore every day, now is the perfect time to book your escape to the Caribbean. Here, we look at some of the fantastic deals available from Cruise1st, so you’ll be pitch up on a golden beach, sipping a Pina Colada with waves lapping at your feet in no time.
This two week cruise around the Caribbean takes in some of the region’s most beautiful islands, transporting passengers to one beautiful paradise destination after another. Embarking from Barbados, the cruise then travels to Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica, St Kitts and a selection of other islands as part of this comprehensive itinerary. The large ship from P&O is incredibly family friendly, offering a wide range of amenities and activities for the entire family. Alternatively couples can indulge in ‘The Retreat’: an adults-only al fresco spa terrace.
Price: From £899pp
The second largest ship on the seas (mere inches shorter than sister ship Allure of the Seas), Oasis of the Seas is completing a selection of itineraries with pre-cruise and post-cruise stays in Orlando. Spend four nights in the holiday capital of the world, taking in the theme parks and larger-than-life culture before sailing from Fort Lauderdale to a selection of Caribbean islands including the Bahamas and St Maarten. Conclude the holiday with another 3 night stay in Orlando, visiting the sites, you did not have time for.
Price: From £998pp
This fly/cruise trip takes in some of the lesser visited ports of the Caribbean including St. Barthelemy and Labadee, Haiti. As part of the 11 night cruise around the Caribbean, guests are treated to a one night stay in Fort Lauderdale, Florida before embarking on the cruise. The Celebrity Constellation plays host to a great selection of features and amenities as well as beautiful flourishes including unique sculptures.
Price: From £1,099pp
The eight night cruise aboard the Serenade of the Seas sets sail from the original party town, New Orleans. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Big Easy, before setting sail to some of the world’s most luxurious islands including Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. The Serenade of the Seas’ biggest strength lays in the wide range of different activities and features, continuing Royal Caribbean’s dedication to family cruising.
Price: From £1,085pp
This behemoth of a Caribbean cruise aboard the P&O Oceana takes in 24 nights at sea and a selection of fantastic destinations including the Azores, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica and Grenada. Sailing from Southampton, the P&O Oceana cruise is one of the few Caribbean trips which embark direct from the UK, perfect for holidaymakers who do not want to fly to the embarkation port.
Price: From £1,349pp
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