Barbados Pocket Guide

Cruise Tours

Cruise Ship at Night

Cruise Tours

An estimated more than five thousand (5,000) islands and cays are scattered throughout the Caribbean. That in itself can easily complicate your decision on where to from here when next you want to take on the high seas.

 

Highly Recommended Cruise Tours in Barbados

125x85-tiami-catamaran-sailing_small

Tiami Catamaran Sailing Cruises

The inviting aspects of beautiful Barbados come to the fore as you find yourself unwinding on the deck...

Tel: (246) 430-0900

Email: tallships@sunbeach.com

Learn More

 

gradient-line

 

125x85-calabza_sailing_small

Calabaza Sailing Cruises

Are you looking for a truly memorable experience while in Barbados? Then we suggest you get aboard...

Tel: (246) 826-4048

Email:

Learn More

 

gradient-line

 

125x85-carnival-cruise-lines_small

Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruise Lines is a member of the exclusive World's Leading Cruise Lines alliance which also...

Tel: (246) 431-2400

Email:

Learn More

 

gradient-line

 

125x85-cool-runnings_small

Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises

If you are looking for a way to turn your fantasy into a reality, then Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises...

Tel: (246) 436-0911

Email:

Learn More

 

gradient-line

 

125x85-jammin-catamaran-cruises_small

Jammin' Catamaran Cruises

The name Jammin' speaks for itself. Launched in 2009, Jammin Catamaran Cruises is still today seen...

Tel: (246) 436-0911

Email:

Learn More

 

gradient-line

 

The island of Barbados is increasingly becoming a prime destination for cruise tours. After all, there could be nothing more enjoyable, fun-filled, therapeutic and relaxing than going on a cruise that docks in Barbados. There's simply something special about this island.

 

Affectionately referred to as 'Bim' or 'Little England', the island still has a very strong affiliation with England. Could this be the mere fact that there's an Anglican church in every parish, driving takes place on the left side of the road, the way in which the people on the island speak (proper English), the lush green tropical forests that exists even today in the Scotland District or just the architectural heritage of the island? Whatever the answer, you can still find an interesting uniqueness that exists in Barbados today.

 

The island of Barbados is indeed a true Caribbean island. Complete with just about everything that gives it the right to be classified as a gem, the island truly shines. There's a plethora of scenaries to take in, cultural experiences that are one of a kind, a wonderful exposure to the island's history, many opportunities to take in the many attractions that litter the island, a nice stroll or go shopping. Whatever you decide, you can be rest assured that you will enjoy your time here.

 

When next you want to go on a cruise tour, be sure that the island of Barbados is one of the many stops.