Barbados cruises

Discover beautiful Barbados and other idyllic islands on a Caribbean cruise

The Caribbean is one of the most popular destinations for cruises and a journey around these paradise islands wouldn’t be complete without visiting the vibrant island of Barbados. The talcum powder sands and clear turquoise waters make a striking first impression as you approach the coast and there’s plenty to explore inland, from award-winning restaurants to tropical gardens. 

There are a number of different ways to explore Barbados on a cruise. You could experience the romance of traditional sailing on board the world’s largest full-rigged sailing ship or enjoy a fun-packed family cruise with world-class entertainment, a great choice of restaurants, and incredible facilities, from climbing walls and dodgems to skydiving and surf simulators. Or perhaps you’d prefer a more intimate experience on a luxurious small cruise which sails to yacht harbours that the larger ships can’t reach.

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Caribbean Yacht Harbours

Spend time in Barbados before your luxurious small Seabourn cruise ship sails to yacht harbours off the main cruising map for an authentic flavour of ...

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Grenadines cruise

Start your Caribbean cruise with a short stay in charming Barbados, a paradise of laid-back locals and tropical cuisine. Once aboard, lie back and unw...

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Southern Caribbean Family Cruise

Experience state-of-the-art technology and adventure on board the Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas® and combine your cruise with two nights in New...

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Windward Islands

Feel the Caribbean vibes soothe your soul as you relax upon the inviting sands of Barbados before your cruise through some of the Caribbean's most idy...

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Eastern Caribbean in Style

Combine world-class luxury and service in one of Barbados' finest hotels with a sophisticated journey around the Caribbean on board Silversea's boutiq...

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