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Caribbean Cruise Guide

There is possibly no better way to discover the best the Caribbean has to offer than with a Caribbean cruise. There are many high quality cruise companies that send their ships to Caribbean islands and here are some recommended ones.

Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean International has been setting the standard for Caribbean cruises since it's foundation over 25 years ago. It is renowned for the high quality of evening entertainment on their cruise ships. They also include an endless variety of activities on-board for all ages including the signature rock-climbing wall available on all ships and the ice-skating rink aboard all Voyager-class vessels.
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Celebrity X Cruises

Since it's launch in 1989, Celebrity has become one of the largest and most popular cruise companies sailing to the Caribbean. Celebrity X Cruises is now recognized as an industry leader in providing personalized service, award-winning gourmet cuisine, exotic spa facilities, and an overall atmosphere of carefree elegance.
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Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises started life in 1965 with a single ship cruising to Mexico. It has now grown to be one of the premier cruise lines in the world with over 800,000 passengers a year. Affordable luxury is the aim of Princess Cruises with an emphasis on choice - of affordable private balconies, multiple dining locations, and flexible entertainment.
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Holland America Line

During the company's rich 130 year history - first as a shipping and passenger line and subsequently as a cruise line -- Holland America's fleet has carried nearly 10 million passengers. They currently have 13 spacious luxury ships, designed to carry fewer guests and for the last 11 years they have earned the Best Cruise Value award from the World Ocean & Cruise Liner Society.
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Norwegian Cruise Line

The aim of NCL is to provide you with choice, what they call "Freestyle Cruising" which offers passengers a more relaxed, resort-style cruise product with complete flexibility and non-intrusive service of the highest standard. Hallmarks of this innovative onboard service concept include open seating and extended hours in the main restaurants, alternative dining facilities, "resort-casual" attire in the evening, increased crew-to-guest staffing, simplified tipping procedures, and a more leisurely disembarkation process.
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Crystal Cruises

There is a spirit of cheerfulness and good humor to be found wherever you are on a Crystal cruise ship. They try and balance fine wining and dining, visiting exotic destinations and enjoying extravagant production shows with a variety of options for keeping fit and well. This six-star cruise line's fleet includes the 50,000-ton, 940-guest sister ships Crystal Harmony and Crystal Symphony, as well as the 68,000-ton, 1,080-guest Crystal Serenity.
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Carnival Cruises

Formed in 1972, Carnival was launched with a single converted transatlantic ocean liner. It now has 21 "Fun Ships", cruises that cater to senior citizens and families with toddlers and they even have a ship just for non-smokers. Guests can enjoy a spectacular outdoor wraparound promenade, a wedding chapel, and a reservations-only supper club serving world-famous stone crabs from the renowned Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant in Miami Beach.
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Disney Cruise Line

The Disney Cruise Line is family-oriented in design, however their ships cater to adults just as much as they amuse kids. While the kids are playing, adults can enjoy a wide range of onboard amenities, activities and areas reserved exclusively for them. Every cruise visits Castaway Cay, Disney's private 1,000-acre Bahamian island offering miles of white sand beaches and crystal blue water.
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