Caribbean Cruise Port Guides:

Bridgetown – Barbados
Cartagena – Colombia
Castries – St. Lucia
Cozumel – Mexico
Georgetown – Grand Cayman
Grand Turk – Turks and Caiscos Islands
Key West – USA
Kralendijk – Bonaire
Panama Canal – Panama
Philipsburg – St. Maarten
Port of Spain – Trinidad & Tobago
San Juan – Puerto Rico
Willemstad – Curacao


Find more information about the Caribbean Cruise Port Guides underneath. In these Cruise Port Guides you will find free maps, docking location, port information, transportation options and lots more. Learn all you need to know before visiting the ports of call on your next cruise. Select the port of call you are looking for underneath.

  • Barbados cruise port
    Bridgetown - Barbados
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    Barbados is known for its natural beauty and attractions. It is the only island in the Lesser Antilles that is non-volcanic. Barbados measures about 21 by 14 mile. Small hills are dotted with Georgian-style houses that remind us of...
  • Cartagena - Colombia
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    On the north coast of Colombia we find the magnificent city of Cartagena. The city is home to over 900.000 inhabitants. When your cruise ships visits Cartagena you have to make sure to visit the old town. This is...
  • Castries - St. Lucia
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    St. Lucia might just be the most beautiful Caribbean island around. This is an island that is not just about its beautiful beaches. This beautiful mountainous islands shows much diversity in scenery. The iconic Pitons, the volcanic Soufriere and...
  • Cozumel cruise dock
    Cozumel - Mexico
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    Cozumel is the largest Mexican island in the Caribbean Sea. The main town on the island is called San Miguel. The island lies 19 km / 12 miles in front of Playa del Carmen on the mainland. Cozumel is...
  • Georgetown - Grand Cayman
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    George town on Grand Cayman is the capital of the Cayman islands, where approximately 45.000 people live. It is a small simple town that has a couple of sites to offer, but it is mainly your shopping paradise. Find...
  • Grand Turk – Turks and Caiscos islands
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    Grand Turk is the destination if you are looking to relax, enjoy the beach and sit back. Grand Turk is the largest island of the Turks and Caiscos islands. Still, the island is quite small with 18 km2 and...
  • Key West - USA
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    This small island is about 6,5 km / 4 mile long and 3 km / 2 mile wide. It is quite compact and easy to get around. You will find this is a dream destination when it comes to...
  • Kralendijk - Bonaire
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    Bonaire is that small little piece of Dutch Caribbean paradise. The island is small and just over 112 square miles. There are about 17.000 people living on the island. Kralendijk is the main town on the island of Bonaire....
  • Ocho Rios - Jamaica
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    The town of Ocho Rios is nowadays a developed tourist destination and the biggest cruise port on the island of Jamaica. Ocho Rios is situated on the north side of Jamaica in a lovely bay with high rise hotels....
  • Oranjestad - Aruba
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    Aruba is one of the most popular islands in the Caribbean. It offers everything you look for while on vacation, whether you would like to enjoy Aruba’s popular Palm beach, go shopping in its Oranjestad or visit one...
  • Panama Canal Transit
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    A transit through the canal typically takes around 10 hrs. Hours may vary because the speed of your cruise ship will be determined by the canal authorities and pilots. In the early morning 3 pilots will board te vessel...
  • Philipsburg - St. Maarten
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    St. Martin is the world’s smallest territory shared by two countries. The northern part, with 52 km2 / 20 m2, is French. They call the island Saint Martin and they call their city Marigot. The southern part with 44...
  • Port of Spain - Trinidad cruise terminal
    Port of Spain - Trinidad and Tobago
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    In the most southern part of the Caribbean, 7 miles in front of the coast of Venezuela we find the islands of Trinidad & Tobago. The islands got their independence from Britain in 1962. Today they form one nation....
  • San Juan - Puerto Rico
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    San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the United States. It is also one of the busiest and most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean. San Juan is the largest city on the island...
  • Willemstad - Curaçao
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    Curaçao has about 150.000 inhabitants. Its capital is Willemstad and this is also where your cruise ship is going to dock. Willemstad is a city split in two. Punda is where you find the famous Dutch Warf and...