If you’ve returned to work in the New Year and the charm of a snowy festive period has been replaced by the reality of early morning car window defrosting, the prospect of enjoying a sun-soaked holiday can feel a million miles away. To melt away the winter blues, we have put together five of 2015’s Caribbean cruise deals we’re most excited about.
Luxury Caribbean Adventure
The 19 night cruise aboard the Celebrity Constellation takes in a myriad of different luxury destinations throughout the Caribbean in between stays in Florida. The cruise visits the US Virgin Islands, St Barthelemy, Puerto Rico and the beautiful island of Haiti. This package from Cruise1st gives passengers the opportunity to stay in the holiday capital of the world, Florida, for a few nights before setting sail – perfect for families wanting to enjoy the theme parks, incredible weather and beautiful beaches.
Orlando and Eastern Caribbean
A smaller cruise aboard the Freedom of the Seas visits three beautiful beach-side destinations during the nine night trip, including Royal Caribbean’s private resort Cococay. The luxurious resort is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a chilled Pina Colada or a dip in crystal-clear azure waters. The cruise also takes in the US Virgin Islands and beautiful St Maarten.
Western Caribbean from Baltimore
Setting sail from the East-Coast city of Baltimore, Maryland, this 10 night cruise aboard the Grandeur of the Seas from Royal Caribbean takes in a number of beautiful destinations including the Bahamas, Haiti and Mexico. The Grandeur of the Seas lives up to its name with a number of luxurious on-deck features including a comprehensive casino and eight themed bars.
The Caribbean and Orlando w/ Free Balcony Upgrade
Enjoy the beautiful views of the Caribbean Islands and endless stretches of stunning sea with a free balcony upgrade courtesy of Cruise1st. The cruise disembarks from Barcelona and visits Funchal before travelling to the Caribbean and takes in Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts & Nevis, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
New Orleans to Boston
Spend a few nights in The Big Easy, New Orleans, and enjoy the carnival atmosphere before setting sail to the Caribbean. The unique itinerary visits some of the lesser known islands of the Caribbean including Oranjestad and Kralendijk of the Netherlands Antilles. The cruise culminates in the cultural city of Boston, for the enjoyment of passengers.
For a full range of cruise deals to the Caribbean and other luxury destinations, visit the Cruise1st homepage or call our dedicated sales team on 0800 230 0655.
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