Discover why a 7 night Caribbean cruise should be on your bucket list.
Powdery beaches. Crystal blue water. Frothy island cocktails. These are just a few of our favorite Caribbean things — but it’s only a slice of what the region offers. Each island is filled with a flair all its own. 7 Night Caribbean Cruises gives you a chance to uncover unexpected adventures while discovering distinct cultures and authentic cuisine not found anywhere else in the world. Here’s how to hit reset with a life changing Caribbean cruise vacation.
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Introducing the new Icon of the Seas℠, a whole new class of Royal Caribbean® adventure. Let your adrenaline surge at the largest waterpark at sea. Here, every day is a sun day with an all-you-can-swim buffet of seven unique pools — the most ever on a cruise. And families discover adventure for all ages at Surfside℠, a stay-all-day destination right onboard that opens the floodgates on family fun.
While any trip can be customized to fit to your travel style, a 7 night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean is a favorite of action-packed adventure seekers. The ports are fairly close together, so you can trek through El Yunque National Forest one day and swim with South American sea lions in St. Thomas the next — immersing yourself in two destinations that feel entirely different.
The western Caribbean is especially known for its diverse selection of things to do. Rediscover Mayan history in Cozumel, go cave diving in Playa Del Carmen or kick back with a cocktail at Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. The distance between ports can mean more days at sea, which only keeps the thrill fest going strong onboard the cruise ship.
The Southern Caribbean is a region unlike any other. Bringing together a mix of cultures from Africa, Europe and North America, there’s a melding of music, dialects and flavors everywhere you turn. You can visit sugar plantations in Antigua, see the underwater world by submarine in Aruba and hike the Pitons in St. Lucia — all during a bragworthy one week cruise.