Caribbean cruises from one of our many ports let you explore the world's most popular cruise destinations, Caribbean style! Our best Caribbean cruises visit stunning island paradises that include; Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Bahamas, Mexico, Honduras, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic and the West Indies, which are popular destinations with Australian and New Zealand passengers. Let go and relax on your next Caribbean cruise holiday with MSC Cruises.
The Caribbean cruise has long been a standard on the avid travellers bucket list, and MSC Cruises is delighted to bring our European style of cruising to the region for you to enjoy year round November on-board MSC Divina from Miami. Join the increasing number of Australian and New Zealand visitors on a Caribbean cruises and find out for yourself what all the fuss is about.
MSC Divina will be relocated from the Mediterranean, and will offer Caribbean cruises year round from Miami. In the core Caribbean cruise programme, two separate 7 night cruises will be offered. The first 7 night Caribbean cruise from Miami will visit the pretty West Indies island of St Maarten, a melting point for French and Dutch cultures. The Spanish American island of Puerto Rico and the remarkable Bahamas island of Great Stirrup Cay wind up this East Caribbean cruise ending in Miami.
The second 7 night Caribbean cruise journeys West. You will enjoy the lush and sleepy island nations of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands and then a fascinating call into Mexico where the ancient, tropical and modern collide. This west Caribbean cruise itinerary will return to Miami following a call at the Bahamas.
MSC Musica offers incredible Caribbean cruises from the West Indies city, Santo Domingo, a city of 3 million people often considered the pseudo capital of the Caribbean islands. These 7 night romantic Caribbean cruises will take you to charming destination including the St Maarten, Martinique, Guadeloupe, the British Virgin Islands and Antigua and Barbuda. Enjoy the creole cultures and the beautiful mix or Armerindian, Carib, French, Dutch, Spanish, British and African cultures.