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Caribbean 


Caribbean Cruises

Caribbean

The Caribbean is a treasure for cruise enthusiasts: its lovely and surprisingly diverse islands, clear turquoise waters and consistently balmy weather make it a great cruise destination any time of year.


When to Go:

Any Time of Year


Busiest Times of Year:

  • Summer Break
  • Christmas/New Year
  • February through mid-April (Spring Break)


What to Expect About the Weather:

  • Remarkably consistent and beautiful weather
  • On beaches, temperatures tend to stay in the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit all year long
  • Temperatures rarely go as high as 100 degrees
  • Only at the highest elevations of the region’s more mountainous islands do temperatures ever dip to the 60s or below
  • Mountainous islands, such as Jamaica and St. Lucia, also tend to get more rainfall than islands with lower elevations. Still, rain is often not island-wide.
  • Islands in the far southern Caribbean, such as Aruba, get so little rain that they have interesting desert-like features


What to Know About Hurricane Season:

  • Runs June 1 through November 1
  • The odds of a hurricane interrupting your vacation are still very low
  • Many experienced cruisers wouldn’t hesitate to book a cruise at that time
  • Cruise lines are adept at repositioning ships when necessary to avoid storms (providing a huge advantage over a resort vacation)
  • If you have concerns, talk with Cruise Holidays of Marlboro about how travel insurance can help protect your vacation investment

Cruise Reviews
Cruise reviews from Ralph Grizzle, our Cruise Holidays roving cruise reporter
 

 

Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas