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Featured Western Caribbean Cruises

Inside from £12,299pp (was £12,869)
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Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

No-fly Around the World Cruise

  • 06 Jan 2022
  • 101 nights
  • Ship: Borealis
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Kings Wharf, Bermuda - Nassau, Bahamas - Port Canaveral, USA - Fort Lauderdale - Cartagena de Indias, Colombia - ★Transit the Panama Canal★ - Golfito, Costa Rica...

Includes: Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to £1,500*, Exclusive FREE Private UK Chauffeur Service for ALL bookings*, Exclusive Launch Fares Saving up to £500*, FREE Gratuities Saving...

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The 2022 No-Fly Queen Victoria Western Circumnavigation

  • 10 Jan 2022
  • 108 nights
  • Ship: Queen Victoria
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Bermuda - Port Canaveral, Florida - Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Oranjestad, Aruba - ★Full daytime transit of the Panama Canal★ - Puntarenas, Costa Rica - Cabo San...

Includes: Exclusive Complimentary Private UK Chauffeur Service*, Exclusive Complimentary National Trust Season Ticket*, Complimentary on board spend of up to £3,300 & Gratuities Included*,..…

Premium Class Flights
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P&O Cruises

Treasures of the Caribbean

  • 13 Nov 2021
  • 15 nights
  • Ship: Azura
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Bridgetown, Barbados - Mindelo, St Vincent, Cape Verde - Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis - Philipsburg, St.Maarten - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands - Road Town, Tortola - St..…

Includes: Premium class flights included*, Pound sterling on board*, No tips required on board*, On board spending money of up to £620*

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A warm welcome awaits in the western Caribbean

Long isolated from the wider world, Cuba has pursued its own path for decades, creating unique cityscapes and a culture all of its own. The splendid colonial architecture may be crumbling and the vast 1950’s American automobiles may be on their last legs, but the people are full of vitality, life and hope.

A Caribbean island with a Latin American twist, Cuba is a riot of colour, music, heritage and culture. Chances are when you think of Cuba, an image of Old Havana springs to mind. Founded in 1519 by the Spanish, its colourful architecture is both vibrant and beautiful with neoclassical and Baroque styles lining its charming streets.

Of course, Havana is also renowned for vintage cars that pepper every thoroughfare. Vintage cars are part of daily life here, with most being used as taxis. But for fans of classic cars, Cuba is the place to be.

With silky white beaches, excellent shopping and an array of water sports to try, the Cayman Islands really are the final word in cruising. Your ship will likely pull into the bustling port of George Town, a brilliant duty-free shopping destination situated on Grand Cayman, the main island. The two smaller islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman meanwhile are less populated and make an ideal trip for quiet beaches and excellent swimming.

Speaking of beaches, the Cayman Islands are home to some of the very best in the Caribbean. With its long stretch of powdery sands, the famous Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman is unmissable. If you’re after a more secluded beach day then try a trip to one of the smaller islands such as Owen Island on Little Cayman, which can only be reached by boat.

Kayaking, speedboats and snorkelling are also popular pastimes on the Cayman Islands and there are plenty of operators available to help you organise tours.

The wealthy and cosmopolitan Turks and Caicos Islands are one of Britain’s smallest oversea territories – remnants of a vast empire that once spanned the world. It’s the destination of choice for the most sophisticated celebrities and once you’ve discovered its urbane delights you will appreciate why.

Of the nine inhabited islands, the gateway island of Providenciales is the busiest. Large, luxurious resorts are scattered across the eastern side of the island providing shops, restaurants and hotels, plus access to the 14-mile barrier reef on the north shore.

If you prefer your desert islands to be more tranquil, catch a plane or ferry to one of the nearby islands. Middle Caicos and North Caicos offer lush woodlands and cave networks, plus handicrafts woven by talented locals. Fishing is the main industry in South Caicos, though most visitors come here to relax on one of the soft white sands of a secluded beach.

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