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Cruises from Bridgetown, Barbados
The island of Barbados is rich in history and culture, but the main draw is the resort style beach communities that attract visitors from all over the world.
A number of cruise vacations also depart from Bridgetown, operated by Carnival Cruise Line. These are rather short in duration and usually last 7 nights. Travelers are offered the option of beginning and ending their cruise in Bridgetown, with stops on Saint Lucia Island, Saint Kitts Island, Philipsburg, St. Maarten and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Other cruise options from Bridgetown feature a stop at San Juan in addition to the typical stops at Caribbean. However, those itineraries that stop at San Juan typically don’t stop at Saint Kitts Island.
Cruises from San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan has long been a tourist magnet, and vacationers are encouraged to combine the exploration of this culturally-rich city with a relaxing Caribbean cruise. The southern part of the Caribbean has numerous resort towns and delightful beachfront communities that offer plenty of fun in the sun, shopping and sightseeing.
Carnival, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises all have packages ranging between 7-15 nights, and take passengers from Puerto Rico to the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Barbados, Grenada, Antigua and Aruba.
The cruise options from San Juan are abundant, with round trip packages that include stops at as many as a dozen ports. All of the cruises begin and end in San Juan, which is easily reached by air from any major U.S. city.
This article was written by Ashot Hayrapetyan of Cayole Cruises.
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