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Cruises Sailing from New York to the Caribbean

Written by Julie Greiner
Come sail with us... down the east coast of North America to the southern tip of Florida and across the sea to the tropical wonderland of the Caribbean. There are many different cruises to choose from that sail from New York and offer a romantic get-a-way on floating luxury resorts. The many port of calls on the east coast range from Boston to Philadelphia to Charleston and on to the white sands and aqua waters of the Caribbean. The Caribbean is View of Fun in the Sun in the Caribbean comprised of many varied ports of call to choose from.

Port of Calls include Philadelphia, Norfolk and Charleston

An afternoon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is just the right amount of time to visit
the Independence National Historical Park, which is probably the most historic square mile in the United States. Norfolk, Virginia has one of the most famous sea ports and Charleston, South Carolina is a city rich in history, tradition and southern culture. Now that you have become acclimated and gotten your sea legs, your cruise is headed south to the Caribbean.

Cruise to the Virgin Islands, Barbados and Puerto Rico

Charlotte Amalie is the capital of the United States Virgin Islands and the most popular cruise port in the Caribbean. Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands and rich in tropical fauna. The duty-free shopping, pristine beaches, warm tropical breeze and fantastic golf courses make Pool Scene during New York Caribbean Cruisethe Virgin Islands a perfect destination. Bridgetown, Barbados is the southern most port on the island of Barbados. The blue waters of the Caribbean are perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving. The harbor of San Juan, Puerto Rico is guarded by the fortress of El Morro since the time of the heart of the Spanish Main. The old city of San Juan will take you back in time.

Sail to the Caribbean on the Queen Mary of the Cunard Line

The Queen Mary 2 is not only the largest, longest, tallest and most expensive ocean liner in the world - the Queen Mary 2 makes you feel like royalty when you dare to sail with her. Her 14 decks, 5 pools, 10 restaurants, planetarium, Canyon
Ranch Spa, personal butler and concierge services all surround you in an unsurpassed experience of luxury.

Sail the Seven Seas Navigator of the Radisson Line

The Seven Seas Navigator is the largest of the 6-star fleet of the Radisson Line. The Seven Seas Navigator has glass-lined elevators, three decks of airy lounges, shops, clubrooms and restaurants - all designed in the elegant style of the 1930s. This small prestigious hotel afloat gives a personal touch to your every need.

Cruise to the Caribbean Aboard the Carnival Line Legend

The Legend is the newest Spirit-class ship in Carnival's fleet. The Legend is 963 feet in length, has 12 passenger decks, non-smoking dining, a crew of 930 and an average speed of 22 knots. She offers staterooms with New York to Caribbean Cruiseocean views and private balconies, the Merlin's Casino, a two-level promenade supper club, water slide into the Unicorn Pool and indoor/outdoor buffet dining at the Taste of the Nations restaurant.

The Golden Princess of the Princess Cruise Line

The Golden Princess is a city at sea. From her virtual reality center, swim-against-the-current pool, Italian Trattoria, Southwestern cantina, wraparound promenade, 700 staterooms with private balconies, 6 whirlpools . . . to her all night dance nightclub and 15 decks. The Princess offers 24/7 dining and a floating resort to make your cruise an experience of luxury.
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