While it is still unknown when cruises will resume out of U.S. ports, you will be able to board a cruise ship out of the Caribbean and Bahamas this summer with a number of cruise lines sailing from different ports.
Here is a look at the different ports in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Bermuda that you will be able to cruise out of this summer.
Nassau – Royal Caribbean and Crystal Cruises are offering cruises out of Nassau, Bahamas starting in June. Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas will offer week long cruises that include two full days at the cruise line’s private island in the Bahamas, CocoCay. The ship will also visit Cozumel, Mexico and Grand Bahama Island.
Crystal Cruises will begin sailing out of Nassau in July with seven night cruises around the Bahamas on Crystal Serenity.
Bimini – Guests sailing on Crystal can also board the ship in Bimini a day later instead of Nassau.
St. Maarten – Celebrity Cruises will sail from the popular port of St. Maarten starting in June on Celebrity Millennium. The cruise ship will offer two different itineraries to the Southern Caribbean. One will visit Aruba, Curacao, and Barbados with the other stopping in Tortola, St. Lucia, and Barbados.
Bermuda – Viking and Royal Caribbean will sail from Bermuda this summer. Viking Orion will offer seven night cruises from Hamilton around the island nation that includes two overnight port visits.
Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas will offer seven night sailings from Kings Wharf that includes a stop at CocoCay.
Jamaica – Norwegian Cruise Line will offer cruises from Montego Bay for the first time starting in July. Norwegian Joy will visit Roatan, Cozumel, Ocho Rios, and the cruise line’s private port in Belize, Harvest Caye on seven night cruises.
Dominican Republic – NCL will also sail from Punta Cana (La Romana) this summer on Norwegian Gem starting in August. The cruise ship will visit Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, and Antigua on week long cruises.
If the CDC continues to not let cruise ships depart from U.S. ports, we will likely see more cruise lines move ships to Caribbean and Bahamas ports so they can resume sailings.