Major Caribbean
cruise lines

$$$$ Luxury
$$$$/$$$ Luxury-upmarket


$$$$ Luxury

Crystal Cruises

Attracts seasoned, affluent travelers seeking refined cruising. They are above average in education and age. Food and service quality are top-notch. Most cabins are suites.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

The ships of the Regent fleet offer guests superb quality with a refined yet laid-back lifestyle. The Voyager and Mariner ships are all-suite cruise ships with private balconies

SeaDream Yacht Club

It has twin all-suite cruise ships, both boutique sized. The SeaDream vessels have 95 crew members for 112 guests.

Silversea Cruises

The typical passenger is a well-off, experienced traveler seeking a small-sized cruise ship with sophisticated fellow passengers, shore excursions and onboard programs. Interior decor is refined. Food and service are outstanding.

Yachts of Seabourn

This all-suite cruise line operates three 208-passenger and two 450-passenger ships. Seabourn offers a wide choice of Caribbean cruise itineraries.

$$$$/$$$ Luxury-Upmarket

Azamara Cruises

This upmarket-luxury cruise line is relatively new (2007). It has two ships, each accommodating up to 644 passengers. Most of Azamara's Caribbean cruises last 12 days.


It has three 684-passenger ships. Most of Oceania's Caribbean cruises last 10 to 12 days. One is 25 days - it adds the Amazon River in South America.

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