Caribbean Cruises : Ports & Map

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Highlights

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  • Norwegian Getaway, our newest and most innovative ship yet, sails to The Caribbean year-around from Miami.

Caribbean Cruises : Explore Our Port Cities

Discover the ports of Norwegian Cruise Line's Caribbean Cruises.

 
Basseterre, St. Kitts

Basseterre, St. Kitts

Although founded by the French in 1627, St. Kitts is a very British paradise where cricket and tea are the norm. The dramatic mixed island landscape is rimmed in gold-sand beaches and dotted with well-preserved plantations left over from when the island was covered with sugar cane. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to St. Kitts? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Belize City, Belize
Autun Ha Mayan Ruins

Belize City, Belize

Long before the 17th-century powers to fight over Belizean sovereignty, a complex Mayan civilization flourished here. Today, many of the architectural treasures from that amazing lost culture remain for you to explore in virtually untouched verdant jungles. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise that stops in Belize? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Boston, Massachusetts Embarkation Port

Boston, Massachusetts

Welcome to an American city where history truly does come to life. Be sure to visit Bunker Hill Monument, Paul Revere's House, the Old North Church, Quincy Market and the mansions of Beacon Hill. Then wander Boston Common, the oldest public park in the U.S.
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Bridgetown, Barbados

The most British of all the Caribbean islands, games of cricket are as common here as the typical island water sports. Visit the third-oldest Parliament in the entire Commonwealth. Stroll the inviting beaches of Carlisle Bay, tour a rum factory, or visit the historical Garrison area. Bridgetown is the only city outside continental North America that George Washington visited. The George Washington House, the actual house where he stayed, is now part of the Garrison Historic Area. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to Barbados? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Cartagena, Colombia
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Cartagena, Colombia

The old walled city of Cartagena reflects a turbulent history of conquistadors and pirates. Climb "las murallas" for an unforgettable view of the harbor. Shop for emeralds and leather goods along the cobblestone streets of this enchanting city. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to Cartagena? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Castries, St. Lucia
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Castries, St. Lucia

A mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with thriving coral reefs and rain forest preserves. Explore the world's only drive-in volcanic crater at Sulfur Springs. Visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Falls and the Morne Coubaril Estate. Looking for a cruise to St. Lucia? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Costa Maya, Mexico
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Costa Maya, Mexico

This coastal paradise in the Yucatan features stunning beaches with soft sand and blue skies. Travel to see ancient Mayan ruins in this region rich with archaeological sites. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise that stops in Costa Maya? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Cozumel, Mexico
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Cozumel, Mexico

The island of Cozumel off the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula continues to be known for its fantastic fishing, snorkeling and diving opportunities. And despite the growth of tourism in recent years, the island and its only town, San Miguel, retain much of their original warmth and charm. Looking for a cruise that stops in Cozumel? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Fort-de France, Martinique

Fort-de France, Martinique

Fort-de-France is a commercial city and the capital of Martinique. Its grandest building is the Bibliotheque Schoelcher, a colorful masterpiece by architect Henri Pick. Visiting the various open-air and farmers markets is a tradition in itself, so is exploring the area's distinguished sailing adventures. Looking for a cruise to Martinique? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
George Town, Grand Cayman
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George Town, Grand Cayman

The largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is famous for its Seven Mile Beach, the popular Stingray City and its excellent diving. Both nature and history are preserved underwater with a collection of easily viewed shipwrecks. Looking for a cruise that stops in the Cayman Islands? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.

Things to Know

  • Luxurious Lifestyles

    The "Saints" of the Caribbean have long been a destination for the jet set. Check out our tips on how to plan a Caribbean vacation like a celebrity (on a budget).
  • Roatan's Barrier Reef

    The world's second largest barrier reef is located off the Hondoras coast in Roatan.
  • We Bet They'll Surprise You

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  • Inspired Sounds

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  • Sit Back, Relax, and Breathe

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  • Celebrity Status

    From Iron Chef to Norwegian Cruise Line. Take an inside look at celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian, mastermind behind the Ocean Blue restaurant.
  • Adventures Ahoy

    Unleash your inner adrenaline junkie with our top five shore excursion recommendations.
  • Fort San Cristobal

    The largest fortification built by the Spaniards in the New World was San Cristobal in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Tortola

    This British Virgin Island was originally named Santa Ana by the European discover, Columbus, in 1493.
  • Deserted Isles

    Only 2 percent of the Caribbean's numerous islands are inhabited.
     
  • Two by Two

    St. Maarten is the smallest land mass divided into two countries.