Caribbean Christmas Cruise from Miami
Miami in Florida is a very popular tourist attraction at all times of the year, but it is also a wonderful location to take a Caribbean Christmas cruise from. In fact, the city has been called the “Cruise Capital of the World.” Some of the main cruise lines operating from Miami are Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Oceania Cruises and the Norwegian Cruise Line.
In the wake of recent hurricanes, there may well be some changes to itineraries for the various cruise lines but many will still be providing “service as usual” and cruises in the Caribbean area.
In December each year, there are many companies offering ways that you can go on a Christmas cruise from Miami, perhaps to visit the Bahamas or to sail around the other islands in the Caribbean Sea. The choice is yours, but you may need somewhere to stay before your cruise ship is ready to depart. Or maybe you just fancy spending some time in Miami to have a look around the city and its beaches. So where can you stay in Miami if you do want to stay there a while?
The city offers a fantastic range of accommodation for visitors, both for short-term and long-term stays. For Christmas vacations, many people choose to book into hotels, of which there is an excellent selection, including day use hotels at DayBreakHotels, for anyone only spending a day in Miami. But now let’s take a look at some of the cruises you could enjoy.
Caribbean Island Cruises
There are many Christmas Cruises from Florida, including cruises departing from Miami, with their destination being the Caribbean Islands. For example, Celebrity Cruises are visiting the islands of St Thomas, Antigua, St Maarten, Barbados, Dominica and St Kitts, on a 12-night cruise holiday that departs from Miami on 21 December.
The Royal Caribbean is providing a Round-trip from Miami to Labadee (Haiti), Curacao, Bonaire and Aruba, departing on 22 December. That’s a 9-night Christmas cruise of the Southern Caribbean and its islands.
The Bahamas are another very popular destination for cruises at Christmas that depart from Miami. Again on the Royal Caribbean, there is going to be a Round-trip from Miami to Key West (still in Florida), and then on to Nassau (Bahamas) and CocoCay (Bahamas). This 4-night Christmas cruise departs on 22 December.
The Norwegian Cruise Line is offering a grand 7-day Christmas cruise of the Caribbean that includes a visit to The Bahamas. Departing 23 December on a Round-trip from Miami, this cruise goes to Falmouth (Jamaica), Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands), Costa Maya (Mexico) and Great Stirrup Cay (Bahamas).
There is plenty of choice, with different cruise lines operating in the Caribbean, as well as destinations being visited if you decide on a Christmas cruise from Miami, and it certainly makes for an exciting way of spending the holiday period.
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