Choose Miami for your cruise holiday
Miami offers a fantastic starting point to a tropical cruise holiday. Enjoy a sun-dappled stay in this stylish metropolis before boarding your cruise ship and sailing across to the equally as vibrant Caribbean.
How cruise ships are like floating hotels, adorned with spacious cabins, a wide array of restaurants and fabulous amenities including swimming pools, casinos and kid's clubs.
As one of the largest cruise ship in the world, Symphony of the Seas lives up to its size. With over 30 food and drink outlets and even more mind-blowing activities and entertainment options, this is a revolutionary ship full of unmissable firsts never before seen.
- San Juan
- St Maarten
Sail around the Eastern Caribbean onboard Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the seas, the ship that really does have it all. Enjoy a night in Miami exploring the vibrant atmosphere before sailing towards the Caribbean across seven nights.
Enjoy this stunning cruise and stay holiday with one night in Miami and seven nights on board Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas. Sailing to the idyllic islands of the Bahamas, Mexico and Honduras.
- Panama Canal
- Puerto Limon
- Harvest Caye
- Costa Maya
A brilliant 11-night cruise starting and ending in Miami, stopping by beautiful beaches and towns in South & Central America. Enjoy the all the excitement on board Norwegian Pearl as you sail across the sea.
- Great Stirrup Cay
- Ocho Rios
- George Town
Starting and ending in Miami in Florida, this wonderful seven-night cruise introduces you to the beautiful Bahamas, vibrant Jamaica, the stunning Cayman Islands and colourful Mexico.
- British Virgin Islands
- St Thomas
Embarking and disembarking from Miami in Florida, this wonderful seven-night cruise explores the eastern Caribbean, including the British Virgin Islands, the US Virgin Islands and the Bahamas.
- San Juan
Embarking and disembarking from Miami in Florida, this exotic eight-night cruise and stay itinerary explores the most exciting destinations of the eastern Caribbean, including St Maarten, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.