Cruis center information

we went on a NCL cruise a couple of years ago. When we arrived at Costa Maya. We had a great time at the cruise center. We never left. Got a massage and there was a huge pool with a swim up bar. We are going in a couple of weeks on Celebrity Equinox on a 11 night to southern Carribean. Before we book any tours at any of the ports, we were hoping to find a website that might tell us what's available at the different cruise centers. .

We are going to

St Thomas


st Croix

st Lucia

Bridgetown. Barbados and

St Maarten

Anyone know where we can find this information

Thanks so much in advance

Tags: Caribbean - Southern Barbados Bridgetown

7 Answers

I’ve looked up information and maps of the ports by just using a Google search. Just type in the name such as St Thomas cruise port and you will find the info.

The cruise lines themselves will offer a number of good excursions at all of the ports and another good source would be Trip Advisor or Expedia for reviews or Viator which offers a number of excellent excursions and reasonable rates and they will also guarantee return to the ship on time.

Check the NCL website and see if they list the excursions they offer.

Google. Maybe TripAdvisor?

we took the same cruise in 2018 and LOVED it!

for Barbados, we took the sailing snorkel tour which gave us a perfect day. the tour didn't start until 10am and we were picked up at the cruise ship port at no rushing at all, which I hate on vacation. we were on a nice big catamaran what sailed us to our snorkel spots. we had stairs to get in and out of the water, not a ladder and we have cold drinks all day, as much as we wanted. we had a buffet lunch and we stopped at a spot where we swam up to a beautiful beach. after the tour, they drive you back to the cruise ships. we were back to our ship by 3:30pm. this tour was about $85/$90 each, which was a good price compared to some of other snorkel tours in Barbados. I'm jealous! wish I was cruising this week!

A few sites (not endorsed, though I know I've used some of them in the past) that may help you:

Google is your friend. Just search "[Port] cruise port information", and you'll find all kinds of information.

Bit late to the conversation, but we have information for all these ports right here on Explore > Ports from the top navigation

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