Antigua and Barbuda

Embark on an unforgettable journey out of Miami with a stop in Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua and Barbuda is a country in the Lesser Antilles island group, situated in the middle of the Caribbean. It is the largest of the British Leeward Islands. Between the Caribbean and the open Atlantic, you can find 365 white-sand beaches and water in every imaginable hue of blue and turquoise. Antigua, the main setting, is a gorgeous island where wealthy yachts bob in the harbor, honeymooners splash in the waves, and scuba divers explore vibrant coral reefs beneath clear blue seas. St. John's, Antigua's capital, softly slopes down to the ocean via winding lanes and canopied terraces; the city's wooden jetties are home to fishing boats and other small vessels. Barbuda is Antigua's calmer yet equally stunning smaller sister. Codrington, commonly referred to as "The Village," serves as the city's beating heart. There are only a few streets in Codrington, yet they provide a window into the past of the Caribbean.

Cruises to Antigua and Barbuda from Miami

Antigua and Barbuda

Many of the world’s largest cruise ships can regularly be seen departing from Miami, for Antigua and Barbuda, including vessels from Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, and many more. The lovely Caribbean island of Antigua, which includes Barbuda and the deserted island of Redonda, is located in the center of the Caribbean archipelago and is surrounded by a coastline rich in bays, coves, and natural harbors. Most visitors to Antigua stop at Nelson's Dockyard, a collection of structures from the middle of the 18th century that have been lovingly restored to preserve the port's rich history. The beaches of Antigua and Barbuda are what bring in the most tourists, not the islands' rich history. The area coastlines have long been favorites of windsurfing, kitesurfing, and yachting enthusiasts. Sailors and wind surfers can use the steady trade winds, and divers can explore the barrier reefs that surround the island.  When you take a cruise to Antigua and Barbuda, you will stop at some of the world's most interesting ports of call, such as St. John's (Antigua), Codrington (Barbuda), known for being an excellent place to unwind and also the starting point for a variety of exciting excursions.

Antigua and Barbuda Out of Miami Cruise Schedule

A cruise that departs from Miami and makes a stop in Antigua and Barbuda will delight anyone with its natural beauty that leaves even the most seasoned traveler awestruck. A cruise to Antigua and Barbuda is perfect for individuals who fantasize about beautiful beaches that are lined with palm trees and have waters that are crystal clear.

Date: March 7, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Colon, Cartagena, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Aruba, Curacao, Castries, Codrington, San Juan, Great Stirrup Cay, Miami; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Eastern Caribbean 17-day route

17-day Eastern Caribbean from Miami

Seven Seas Splendor, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Date: February 9, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Key West, Puerto Plata, St. Thomas, Antigua, Gustavia, San Juan, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, St. Georges, Scarborough, Kingstown, Pointe a Pitre, Castries, Bridgetown; View Itinerary

Date: December 11, 2023

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Roatan, Cozumel, Miami, Gustavia, Roseau, Bridgetown, St. Georges, Castries, Antigua, San Juan, Great Stirrup Cay, Miami; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Southern Caribbean 16-day route

16-day Southern Caribbean from Miami

Seven Seas Grandeur, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Date: March 25, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Georges, Castries, Antigua, Gustavia, San Juan, Charleston, Charleston, New York, New York; View Itinerary