Island–hop in the Caribbean

Caribbean fly-cruise holidays


The islands of the Caribbean are a jamboree of jewels in a joyful sea of relaxed living. You’re welcomed into paradise with a refreshing cocktail of sun-baked bliss and vibrant culture. On these treasured islands, lush green forests give way to bleached sandy beaches, while the bustling towns and ports are alive with laughter, music and the heady aromas of local cuisine.

Our favourite 14 night last minute cruise

Fly-cruise – one way flight included in price
Cruise itinerary : 6 ports
  • Southampton
  • Madeira
  • Antigua
  • St. Kitts
  • St. Lucia
  • St. Vincent
  • Barbados
BRITANNIA: 14 nights

Departs 26 Oct 2018

Saver FROM £999pp

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BRITANNIA: 14 nights

Departs 26 Oct 2018

Saver FROM £999pp

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Overnight in port - Usually after a full day or afternoon in port. The ship will depart the following day
Evening in port - Usually follows a half or full day in port. The ship will depart at or after 9pm
Cruise by - The ship will sail past or into the port but will not dock

Capturing memories

 

Unforgettable moments in the Caribbean

 

Travel from Kingstown, St Vincent, to Castries, St Lucia on Britannia through this day to night timelapse.


New for 2019

Get to the heart of paradise pronto. View our brand new 2019 Caribbean fly-cruises starting in Barbados or St Lucia for a fabulous fortnight or a week in the sun.

Discover a Caribbean fly-cruise with our first time cruisers

 
 
 
 
 
 

Caribbean fly-cruises example itineraries

Price Promise

Book shore excursions confidently knowing you're getting great value. If you find the same excursion for less elsewhere, we will offer you 110% of the price difference back to enjoy in the form of a non-refundable on-board credit.


Here’s how it works

Fly from your local airport

Tick the airports that are most convenient then click 'view cruises':

Azura and Britannia
Flights from London are available on all cruises. If your cruise starts and ends in Barbados, or if you're sailing on one of our Barbados transatlantic cruises, then flights from Birmingham and Manchester are also available, as well as flights from regional airports on selected sailings.
 
Adonia
Flights from London and Manchester are available on all cruises.
 

More Information

One-way Caribbean fly-cruises

Fly there or fly back

When our ships first arrive in the Caribbean or leave after a spell in the region, we offer a one-way fly-cruise. You’ve got two choices:

One way Caribbean fly-cruises
  • Sail from Southampton, fly back to the UK: This option lets you settle into your cabin and relax into holiday mode. Your ship’s bars, cafés, restaurants, spa and pools are all ready and waiting. And you have time to hatch the perfect plan for the days ahead, with port talks and our expert shore excursions team on hand to help.
  • Fly to your ship, sail to Southampton: Flying out to your ship means you’re delivered to the very heart of this stunning archipelago. After a string of amazing destinations, a leisurely sailing home brings a chance to kick back, relax and recharge.

Fly into Barbados or St Lucia

Choose your embarkation port

Our fly-cruises generally start and end in either Barbados or St Lucia. Both islands are holiday destinations in their own right, with plenty to see and do. So, where would you like to start your cruise?

Barbados

Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is vibrant and colourful. Bars, beaches and attractions are a short stroll away. You’re guaranteed a warm, tropical welcome and a rousing send off. Beautiful St Lucia is known for its volcanic peaks and lush rain forests. Castries is a great place to pick up local handicrafts.

How much luggage can I bring?

Fly-cruise allowances

When flying to meet the ship, both the charter and scheduled flight luggage restrictions vary, but are usually between 20 and 23 kilograms per person.

Luggage allowance

If your airline allowance is greater than 23 kilograms, we ask that no individual item of luggage weighs more than 23 kilograms. This is in order for it to be safely handled by the ship’s crew.

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