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Caribbean Cruise Deals*

*Some taxes, fees extra. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.
$799 -- Caribbean Cruise: Balcony, Drinks, 3rd/4th Sail Free
Source: Norwegian Cruise Line | By Jill Ginsberg

Guests can relax in a balcony cabin, receive unlimited drinks and bring the whole family along -- third and fourth guests sail free
May 1, 8, 15; +$50-$100 April-December dates

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Source: Norwegian Cruise Line

Sip unlimited cocktails, on sailings from Cabo to Ketchikan, valued at $69 per person per day
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Source: Cruise.com

Sail to exotic ports including Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Maarten and St. Thomas aboard Celebrity Summit
Depart Nov. 26; Dec. 10

Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet

Snag a last minute deal for a balcony cabin aboard Royal Caribbean. This deal includes a $150 credit & a specialty dinner for two.
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Source: iCruise.com

Spend seven nights on the Norwegian Getaway with a deal that bundles in a Miami hotel stay, unlimited drinks and either cruise parking or transfers.
Depart Sept. 24

Source: MSC Cruises

Sail aboard MSC Cruises -- a Mediterranean cruise brand with diverse itineraries in the Caribbean, Bahamas and beyond.
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More Deals on Caribbean Cruises *

Depart April 3; +$61 March 6, 20
Depart April 23; +$50-$150 May 21; June 4
MSC Cruises
Depart Feb. 28; +$50-$200 March 13, 27; April 10
Priceline Cruises
Depart March 13; +$50 oceanview
Priceline Cruises
Depart Nov. 27; +$50-$90 April 3, 17
Priceline Cruises
Caribbean Cruise Tips
Cruises offer the most popular way to island-hop across the Caribbean – where warm sandy beaches and cool tropical cocktails await.

From a quick, four-night jaunt to Key West and Cozumel to two luxurious weeks at sea, the major cruise lines sail the Caribbean year-round offering several itineraries and ports of call to choose from. The best Caribbean cruise deals can be found in the fall – especially in the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Cruise to the Eastern Caribbean to explore the Bahamas, St. Maarten and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Western Caribbean itineraries often offer more time at sea and include ports such as Grand Cayman and Roatan, Honduras. Southern Caribbean itineraries are often longer and port at even more far-off islands such as Dominica, Antigua, Grenada and St. Lucia.

There are Caribbean cruises departing from several major ports across the U.S. including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Port Canaveral, Houston, Galveston, New Orleans and New York City.

Travel Weekly named Royal Caribbean as the top cruise line in the Caribbean in 2014, but other popular lines include Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises, Holland America, Disney Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, MSC Cruises and Windstar Cruises .