Caribbean Cruise Line Reviews
We went on our first cruise 2 years ago last March. We were back home not more than 2 months and booked our second on RCCL. Both my . We were waited on hand and foot. The crew was the greatest, very friendly, there anytime we needed them. I can't say enough about how great it was. There was something to do almost 24 hours aday, different styles of music so everyone was taken care of. The islands we stopped at were fantastic, good deals were made by all. The island people were also very friendly, we never once felt threatened by being out of the states. Ship was the Adventure Of The Seas and ports of call were San Juan, Puerto Rico; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; St. Johns, Antigua; Castries, St. Lucia; Bridgetown, Barbados; San Juan, Puerto Rico
This is not a party boat, it is for people 45-50 and up that want to have a good time.
We have never went with a different cruise line, we don't feel that we need to look any farther, we feel we have found the best there is. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Carnival Southern Caribbean
Carnival seems like more of a party cruise line. Lot's of boose and the nightlife at the clubs is fantastic. I would recommend this line to someone who is younger and looking for that more than relaxing. Other than that, the crew was very nice and the dinners were great. It was a lot of fun. I recommend the Full Moon Kayak Adventure excursion.
Spend an unforgettable 7 days on a "Fun Ship" cruise to the Southern Caribbean. Sail to these exotic ports on one of Carnival’s newest and fastest ships. Ports of call: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Dominica, Barbados,Aruba, San Juan, Puerto Rico
We wnet on the 10 day assorted cariibean cruise which is meant for relaxation. They say that these 10-day cruises give you more time to see some of the Caribbean's most exotic ports as well as explore more of the region, from the Caribbean and Mexican to South American ports of call. Embarking from Ft. Lauderdale, Princess offers two itineraries: Eastern Caribbean Voyager or Southern Caribbean Medley. The staterooms were very nice. We had one of the outside ones with a balcony and it made it extra special. For the active people, try the Ocho Rios Atv Adventure. I'd never been on an Atv before but the staff made me confortable.
Explore the Jamaican countryside by ATV and then cool off with a swim in the beautiful Caribbean Sea.
Board your air-conditioned transportation for the brief transfer to Chukka Cove. Upon arrival a short safety briefing and riding lesson will be provided. Then follow the guide’s ATV to the first stop, the ruins of the Richmond Landovery Sugar Factory. Learn the history of the factory that is situated on one of the oldest estates in Jamaica. Ride through a river bed, lush forests, and tropical foliage stopping at theVillage of Chester, the home of Chester All Age School where you can observe the children in their learning environment. Ride deeper into the scenic countryside, through paths that meander along shadowed corridors, beneath the jungle canopy, across river beds and hillocks, to the magnificent Cranbrook Flower Farm Great House. Enjoy the spectacular view of the coastline and enjoy a refreshment while you learn the history of the home. After a leisurely ride back to Chukka Cove end your tour the perfect way, with a dip in the deep blue crystal clear water of the cove prior to your transfer back to the ship.