Port Antonio, Jamaica

Cruising through the Caribbean Sea can get you to Jamaica's third largest port, Port Antonio, capital of the parish of Portland, well-known for its production of bananas, coconuts, and tourism. The Ken Wright Pier in the Errol Flynn Marina primarily serves as a call port for luxury and smaller-sized cruise ships. A cruise port stopover offers visitors a wealth of opportunities for exploration, including a wide variety of waterways, woodlands, and landmarks. Peaceful river rafting on bamboo rafts through the Rio Grande Valley can be had within fifteen minutes of leaving the port. An hour from your ship, in the deep, unspoiled forests of the John Crow Mountain Range, lies Reach Falls. Its main waterfall falls down a huge rock face into a mostly shallow, clear pool where tiny fish hide in the gravel river bed. 

Cruise to Port Antonio from Miami

Port Antonio, Jamaica

Set sail from Miami on an adventure you won't soon forget, with stops in Port Antonio along the way. Located in northeastern Jamaica, Port Antonio is bordered by two harbors. The pier at the Errol Flynn Marina, Port Antonio’s cruise port, is the smallest of all of Jamaica's major ports. Port Antonio was glamorized by Hollywood as a model of paradise because of its lush greenery, neighboring beaches, and delightful chaos of markets, street vendors, and Georgian buildings in varying states of decay. Port Antonio and its environs are unparalleled in their natural beauty; they are still relatively untouched and private, making them a popular destination among the well-heeled and the most intrepid of tourists. With the Caribbean Sea as its front and the Blue Mountains as its backdrop, rich vegetation, water falls, white sand beaches, and beautiful cliffs, Port Antonio is the place not to be missed. Jamaica's harbor, the Port Antonio has been a port of call for ships for generations, and today some of the world's most well-known cruise lines, including Oceania Cruises, Seabourn, and many more, stop there with passengers.

Port Antonio Out of Miami Cruise Schedule

A cruise that begins in Miami and stops in the Port Antonio would enchant even the most seasoned tourist with its natural splendor. Cruises to the Port Antonio are ideal for those who fantasize about lovely beaches dotted with palm trees and crystal-clear waters.

Oceania Cruises Panama Canal 20-day route

20-day Panama Canal from Miami

Sirena, Oceania Cruises

Date: February 16, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Cozumel, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama Canal, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Aruba, Curacao, Port Antonio, Grand Cayman, Miami; View Itinerary