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Itinerary for 9th Annual SuperCruise
October 24 - November 1, 2015


Day 1 - Saturday, Oct 24, 2015

Depart San Juan, Puerto Rico at 10:00pm*
(Boarding begins at 2:30pm)

Day 2 - Sunday, Oct 25, 2015

Fun Day At Sea!

Day 3 - Monday, Oct 26, 2015

Arrive Martinique, FWI at 8:00am
Depart at 5:00pm

Day 4 - Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015

Fun Day At Sea!

Day 5 - Wednesday, Oct 28, 2015

Arrive Grenada at 8:00am
Depart at 5:00pm

Day 6 - Thursday, Oct 29, 2015

Arrive Tobago (Scarborough) at 8:00am
Depart at 5:00pm

Day 7 - Friday, Oct 30, 2015

Arrive Barbados at 8:00am
Depart at 6:00pm

Day 8 - Saturday, Oct 31, 2015

Fun Day At Sea!

Day 9 - Sunday, Nov 1, 2015

Arrive San Juan, Puerto Rico at 7:00am

All times listed are approximate and are subject to change.

* Please note: All guests must be checked-in no later than 90 minutes prior to the published sailing time or they will not be permitted to sail.



Port Information


San Juan

Historic San Juan, Puerto Rico, once nothing more than cobblestone streets and the distinctive architecture of the Spanish who founded it, is now a modern world capital. Among the peaceful shaded courtyards and commanding colonial fortresses of El Morro and San Cristobal, you'll find a cosmopolitan city of wide boulevards, lively cafes, highly regarded galleries and designer boutiques. This is where the old world meets the new — and you can enjoy them both.




With pearly pink sand and a jaunty British lilt, Barbados is one of the Caribbean’s most captivating islands. Cruise to Barbados to discover a hothouse landscape, where old sugar plantations and rum distilleries dot the verdant sun-dappled hills. Spy a green monkey in a rainforest ravine, sample savory local rum, or simply follow the trail of bougainvillea blossoms to a glorious beach with your Carnival cruise to Barbados.



You might guess from the name that Martinique has a little French in it. But you might be surprised to learn that this far-flung island is more than just a Francophile — it’s technically part of France… and thus, a member of the European Union! Pretty cool for a southern Caribbean gem, oui? The food there consists not only of the French influences, but a hearty helping of the local staples like seafood and tropical fruits and vegetables. The big can’t-miss is a curry called “colombo,” representing the peak of local cuisine. The island’s actual peak, however, comes in the form of the venerable Mount Pelée, standing 4,500 feet above sea level. There’s variety on this island, from forests to savannas to beaches. Speaking of beaches, you’ll even find variety there — white-sand beaches on Martinique’s south end, with black-sand beaches to the north.



Known as the “Isle of Spice,” Grenada definitely leaves a flavor in your memories after a visit. There’s a reason for this, too… and it’s more than just the island’s role as one of the world’s most important producers of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and allspice. Meshed somewhere in the tropical air, the winding rivers and the fertile soil — a result of the island’s volcanic origins — is a life energy of a distinctly south Caribbean sort. You’ll notice it at the beaches, hear it in the reggae and calypso, and taste it in rich local delicacies like a dish known as “oildown,” breadfruit, and fresh fish, of course.



The legendary home of Robinson Crusoe, Tobago is long known as a honeymooner's paradise. Its idyllic natural beauty makes it one of the greatest escapes in the Caribbean. While big sister island Trinidad is known for its annual Carnival, Tobago is best known for its wide, sandy beaches. It has forests of breadfruit, mango, cocoa, and citrus through which a chartreuse-colored iguana may suddenly dart. It's for those who like a generous dose of sand, sun, and solitude in a mellow atmosphere. Snorkelers especially will find plenty to entertain them.