Emerald Princess Cruises Are A Great Getaway During The Winter

Need a break from the wintertime blues? Try an Emerald Princess cruise to the Caribbean to warm you inside and out. The Emerald Princess cruises the Eastern, Western, and Southern Caribbean throughout the winter months.

All of the Emerald Princess cruises to the Caribbean are round trip from Ft. Lauderdale,Florida. There are several variations to choose from for each area of the Caribbean, mostly offering combinations and longer cruises with more stops. The Emerald Princess cruise ship has been referred to as a floating city, so there is no concern about boredom on an Emerald Princess cruise. The ship itself is a grand class cruise ship and carries 3000 passengers, there is a lot of activity aboard the ship and the staff is well trained to make everyone feel like they are royalty. The basis of this article is more for awareness of the cruises available, so we will not delve into all the nooks and crannies of the Emerald Princess, but you can find plenty of articles that do, on my website.

Emerald Princess cruises to the western Caribbean:

The Emerald Princess cruises the western Caribbean throughout the winter and offers such exciting ports of call as the Bahamas, Jamaica, Grand Cayman Islands, and Cozumel. The Emerald Princess cruise to the western Caribbean is a 7 day round trip cruise from Ft. Lauderdale. If you are interested in a longer Emerald Princess cruise to the Caribbean you will need to combine the western and eastern or western and southern Caribbean and this will give you options up to a 20 day round trip cruise to these exotic ports, along with a bit more time to enjoy the ship and cruising.

Eastern Caribbean destinations for an Emerald Princess cruise:

Eastern Caribbean cruises offers the exciting ports of St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Grand Turk, and the Bahamas on a 7 day round trip cruise. There is also a 20 day round trip Emerald Princess cruise to the eastern Caribbean that will add several more ports including Aruba, Dominica, Barbados, and St. Lucia. As you can see there are plenty of options once you have chosen the Emerald Princess cruise ship and you should take some time choosing the perfect cruise for you, of course you can always take another one if you don’t get your fill right off 😉

Emerald Princess cruises to the southern Caribbean:

Emerald Princess cruises to the southern Caribbean start off at 10 days round trip and gives you more days at sea than the other areas of the Caribbean. This will give you more time to enjoy the ship and activities. On this cruise you will visit the Bahamas, Aruba, St. Thomas, and more. There are longer trips that can also be booked with more exciting ports of call.

Combinations of most of these destinations are available up to 20 day Emerald Princess cruises and enjoy more awe-inspiring stops on your dream vacation cruise. Once you have decided which ports of call you would enjoy stopping at, you should take a close look at which combination would be best suited to your needs. Each of these Caribbean cruises are sure to please and leave you yearning for more.