Miami, FL

Cruises from Miami depart year-round.

Miami, FL, is home to a diverse array of cultures and activities. Coral Gables, with its tree-lined avenues and gracefully winding roadways, is the city's artsy area. Ocean Drive is Miami Beach's prime "see-and-be-seen" locale, where beachgoers frolic against the backdrop of colorful art deco buildings. Nightlife in Miami is among the liveliest in the world, with concentrations of discos and bars in South Beach and Coconut Grove. Festivals and food from around the world help give Miami its multicultural flair. More Info


Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica is a colorful land with its white beaches, sapphire waters and emerald forests. The climate is warm year-round with little seasonal variation in temperature. Passengers docking at Montego Bay might browse the shops, tour Rosehall (said to be haunted) or Greenwood Great Houses, swim at the famous Doctor's Cave Beach or take a rafting trip down the tropical Martha Brae River. More Info

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

This charming, British-influenced island boasts crystal-clear water and white-sand crescent beaches. Take a submarine ride and marvel at colorful coral landscapes teeming with marine life. Or, you may prefer to see the view through a glass-bottom boat. Snorkeling also is quite popular here, and sun-worshippers will be drawn to lovely Seven Mile Beach. More Info

Cozumel, Mexico

Just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula sits the island of Cozumel, draped in lush, tropical vegetation. The reefs that fringe the island beckon divers and snorkelers. The most popular shore excursions include snorkeling on famous Palancar Reef or a beginner's dive at Paraiso Reef. A land tour will provide a nice taste of Mexico -- Cozumel has done much to retain its Mexican character. Tourists also may want to take a short trip inland to visit the great pyramids and temples of the Mayas. More Info

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital of Cuba and a tourist hot spot. Its tropical climate and year round warm water invite travelers from all around. There are three distinct parts to the city, one being Old Havana. Visitors who venture into Old Havana will find themselves surrounded by overhanging balconies and narrow streets as they wander through this traditional and historical center. In the newer sections of the city, shopping districts, markets, and an active nightlife are present for those looking for more entertainment. Other notable activities include a trip to the cigar factory, a tour of the Havana Club Rum Factory, a walk along El Malecon, and a visit to... More Info