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See Bermuda, Bahamas and everywhere in between
See Bermuda, Bahamas and everywhere in between

With more than 7,000 islands spread across an area almost as large as the continental U.S., the Caribbean Sea is ready-made for cruising. Since the late 1800s when banana boats carried vacation passengers between Jamaica and the Eastern Seaboard, the Caribbean has remained at the cutting edge of the cruise industry. If you're into the biggest ships with all the latest bells and whistles, then the Caribbean is your kind of pond. Like the Mediterranean, its watery counterpart on the other side of the Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea tends to get divided into east and west when it comes to cruises. Departing from South Florida or the Gulf coast, the typical western Caribbean itinerary might...