If you are looking for a cruise that will take you to some of the most beautiful islands in the world then we have found just the cruise for you. The Caribbean is known for its soft beaches, blue sea and great palm trees and is said to be one of the world’s best-loved holiday destinations. With so many different cruise companies now choosing to sail to and from Southampton the thought of airports and limited luggage is slowly fading as more and more people are opting for a cruise from the UK.
We found that cruising from Southampton is a hassle free experience, this is thanks to your luggage being taken direct to your stateroom for you and being able to board the ship as soon as you arrive so that you can start enjoying your cruise from the moment you walk onto the ship.
There are so many great cruise deals to the Caribbean at the moment we thought that we would just touch on a few from P&O Cruises. The first cruise we found is the Caribbean Transatlantic that sails from Southampton on the 12th April 2012 for 22 nights on board the Aurora. During this cruise you will be visiting 7 different ports of call including Ponta Delgada – Portugal, Antigua, St. Lucia and Barbados. With prices starting from just £2,049 per person this is a cruise not to miss.
The second cruise we found is the Caribbean cruise that sails to and from Southampton on the 14th November 2011 for 36 nights on board the Aurora. This is a great cruise for those of you who would love to get away from the Christmas rush. During this cruise you will call a 13 different ports of call including Cozumel –Mexico, Montego Bay – Jamaica, Barbados and St Lucia. Prices for this fantastic cruise start from just £2,639 per person.
There are so many great offers out there and plenty more that leave from Southampton. We have just touched on two but you can see all the other cruise deals P&O have to offer to the Caribbean here. You can also find out more information about each Caribbean island here.
Have you sailed to the Caribbean from Southampton? If so how did you find the crossing.