Caribbean Cruises : Ports & Map

Find the Perfect Destination

Highlights

  • Voted "Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Line.” by World Travel Awards.
  • 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.

 
New York, New York Embarkation Port
New York

New York, New York

Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

The golden beaches, swaying palm trees and fragrant air are just a prelude to what surrounds this beautiful city. Within the nearby jungle-covered mountains are the magnificent Dunn's River Falls, the foliage of Fern Gully and the untouched beauty of the White River. Looking for a cruise to Ocho Rios? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Oranjestad, Aruba
County Crossing - Aruba

Oranjestad, Aruba

Incredibly white sands and cobalt blue seas make the small island of Aruba a popular destination. In the bustling freeport town of Oranjestad, sherbet-colored Dutch colonial buildings, draped in bougainvillea, oleander and hibiscus are simply picturesque. Small, but informative museums relate the island's history. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to Aruba? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Orlando (Port Canaveral) Embarkation Port
Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida

Orlando (Port Canaveral)

This is the place to shuttle from one exciting port to the next. Visit nearby Kennedy Space Center for a day of inspiring and educational exhibits. Amuse yourself at any one of the world-class theme parks. Or spend the day watching for alligators from an airboat. Looking for a cruise that stops in Port Canaveral? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

With an area of only 37 square miles, the island of St. Maarten is the smallest landmass in the world to be divided between two governments. The southern Dutch half offers casinos, duty-free shopping and island culture. The French half is all subdued sophistication. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to St. Maarten? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe

Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe

Pointe-à-Pitre, the largest city of Guadeloupe, is located on the eastern “butterfly wing” of the overseas French region, on the Caribbean Sea. Among the most popular attractions are the open-air markets, just a few streets from the harbor, where you can experience the animated culture and people of this unique island. Be sure to visit the city’s major landmark, the Gustav Eiffel-designed Cathédrale de St. Pierre-et-St-Paul, nicknamed the “Iron Cathedral” because of its unique bolted iron rib skeleton.
Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras
Gumbalimba Park

Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras

Beautiful and unspoiled, Roatan is a peaceful, eco-tourist's dream, just 30 miles off the coast of Honduras. Teeming with marine life and home to some of the best pillar coral in the Caribbean, the pristine Belizean Reef is a diver's paradise. And the beauty of Tabyana Beach is always a sight to see. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise that stops in Roatan? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Roseau, Dominica
coastal view

Roseau, Dominica

Cascading waterfalls, thermal springs and scenic pleasures abound on this ruggedly beautiful island and can all be explored throughout Morne Trois Pitons National Park. Or tour the cobblestone plaza of the Old Market, the old Catholic cathedral and botanical gardens. Looking for a cruise to Dominica? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Samana, Dominican Republic
caves mangroves exploration

Samana, Dominican Republic

Samana is the Caribbean of 40 years ago. A region that has seemingly shielded itself from the stress and pressures of modern day life. Samana awakens memories of a bygone era with white-sand beaches, coconut-covered mountains, lush tropical rainforests and vibrant coral reefs.
San Juan, Puerto Rico Embarkation Port

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Founded in 1521, San Juan's picturesque cobblestone streets, plazas and chapels reflect its Spanish heritage. But the second oldest city in the Americas also boasts fine beaches, lush rainforests, verdant mountainsides, imposing forts and a lovely tropical climate. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to San Juan? 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).
  • We Bet They'll Surprise You

    Check out these 9 Things You Didn't Know About Cruising. Cruising with Norwegian means more dining and entertainment options than ever. Here's why.
  • Inspired Sounds

    Get in the mood for your Bahama cruise with our custom playlists, capturing the personality and rhythm of some of our most popular destinations.
  • Sit Back, Relax, and Breathe

    Too much salt is never a good thing...or is it? Experience an alternative way to heal on-board our newest ships.
  • 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.
  • Roatan's Barrier Reef

    The world's second largest barrier reef is located off the Hondoras coast in Roatan.
  • 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.