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Princess Cruises Caribbean: 12 nights from Galveston with Regal Princess
22 Mar 2026

United States, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Antigua and Barbuda, Virgin Islands
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Departure Port: Galveston ➞ Landing: Fort Lauderdale

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    Sunday, 22 March 2026 - 03:00
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    Tuesday, 24 March 2026 09:00 - 06:00
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    Saturday, 28 March 2026 08:00 - 10:00
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Galveston

Galveston

History of Galveston

Located on the Gulf Coast of Texas, Galveston boasts a rich history dating back to its establishment in the early 19th century. Once the largest city in the state, Galveston was a prominent port, serving as a gateway for immigrants and a bustling hub for trade. Its historic charm is evident in its well-preserved Victorian architecture, offering visitors a glimpse into its storied past.

Climate in Galveston

Galveston enjoys a subtropical climate characterized by mild winters and hot, humid summers, making it an ideal year-round destination. With temperatures averaging in the 70s°F during the winter months and rising to the 90s°F in the summer, visitors can bask in the sun on its sandy beaches or explore its attractions comfortably throughout the seasons.

Attractions and Places to Visit

Galveston offers a myriad of attractions and activities for visitors of all ages. Explore the historic Strand District, filled with shops, galleries, and restaurants housed in beautifully restored buildings. Relax on the sun-kissed shores of Galveston Island State Park or indulge in family-friendly fun at Pleasure Pier. For history enthusiasts, a visit to the Bryan Museum offers insight into Texas and Western American heritage.

Local Cuisine and Culinary Delights

Embark on a culinary journey through Galveston's vibrant dining scene, where fresh seafood and Tex-Mex flavors reign supreme. Sample Gulf Coast specialties such as shrimp and grits or indulge in mouthwatering barbecue dishes. Don't miss the chance to savor Galveston's famous seafood gumbo or indulge in a slice of homemade pecan pie, a Southern favorite.

Experience Galveston with a Cruise

Ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure? Set sail from Galveston on a luxurious cruise to explore the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico and beyond. With convenient departure options and top-notch amenities, embark on a journey of a lifetime with **world-class entertainment** and **exquisite dining**. Whether you're seeking relaxation or adventure, a cruise from Galveston promises an unforgettable experience for every traveler.

Cozumel Island

Cozumel Island

Aruba

Aruba

Curacao

Curacao

Saint Johns

Saint Johns

Fascinating History of Saint Johns in Antigua and Barbuda

Saint Johns, located in Antigua and Barbuda, has a captivating history that dates back to the colonial era. Founded by the British in the 17th century, the city played a significant role as a strategic port in the Caribbean Sea. Over the centuries, Saint Johns has evolved into a vibrant cultural and tourist hub, preserving traces of its colonial past in its architecture and traditions.

Tropical Climate and Sunny Days

Saint Johns enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine throughout the year. Summers are hot and humid, perfect for lounging on the white sandy beaches and swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the island. Winters are mild and dry, providing optimal conditions for exploring the city and its attractions without being hindered by rainfall.

Top Attractions and Places to Explore in Saint Johns

Saint Johns offers a plethora of attractions that cater to all interests. The historic Nelson's Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcases naval history and stunning views of English Harbour. The colorful markets of Redcliffe Quay are ideal for shopping for local crafts and souvenirs. Don't miss out on visiting Shirley Heights for panoramic vistas and lively sunset parties.

Local Cuisine: Authentic Flavors of Antigua and Barbuda

The culinary scene in Saint Johns reflects the rich gastronomic heritage of Antigua and Barbuda with dishes that tantalize the taste buds. Indulge in seafood delights like grilled lobster, spicy pepperpot stew, and sweet potato pudding. Sample local delicacies such as saltfish with fungee (cornmeal dish) and savor rum punch or Wadadli beer for a true taste of the islands.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Saint Johns

To enhance your visit to Saint Johns in Antigua and Barbuda, consider booking a cruise departing from this picturesque city. Cruises around the surrounding islands offer breathtaking views of the turquoise Caribbean waters, pristine beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. Booking a cruise from Saint Johns guarantees unforgettable experiences and a deeper connection to the natural beauty of the Caribbean islands.

Saint Thomas

Saint Thomas

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

 

The majority of the cruises to the Caribbean leave from Ft. Lauderdale, due to its strategic position. The city is the ideal destination for the beach life enthusiasts: you can’t miss out Hollywood Beach, near the city centre and lively beach. If you are shopping lovers, you’re in the right place. You can find plenty of shops in malls or in the city centre, that also offers many bars and clubs where you can enjoy the best night life. Visit the Flamingo Gardens, 60 acres of fields where you can observe flamingos and alligators enjoying a lush and verdant flora. Explore all the species of animals and plants during an unforgettable safari. Ft. Lauderdale is a comfortable and relaxing place and the best place where you can spend a few days before your cruise. Here you can find cruises with the best companies such as Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America, Princess Cruises and many more.