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The islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao are blessed with natural beauty, world-class diving, and a sunny southern Caribbean location. On a cruise to the ABC Islands, you'll be able to visit all three islands and experience everything from golden sandy beaches to pristine coral reefs. Enjoy old-world Dutch charm in each port of call, as well as excellent shopping, eclectic dining, and exciting nightlife options on overnight stays.
In Bonaire, discover the laid-back vibe of the island's capital and cultural center, Kralendijk, and visit dive sites that are perfect for both beginners and experts. On Curacao, take a scenic drive along the island's north coast to see the dramatic cliffs, hidden coves, and secluded beaches. Explore natural wonders such as the Arikok National Park, or enjoy a day basking in the sun on Palm Beach in beautiful Aruba. You’ll enjoy the vacation of a lifetime on a luxury Caribbean cruise with Celebrity.
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Enjoy luxurious staterooms, cuisine, and service as you discover Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao and Fort Lauderdale. Climb, snorkel, swim, bike or chill in some of the world’s most beautiful places.
When it comes to sunny days, the ABC islands have a higher percentage each year than most other islands in the Caribbean, making this a great destination in which to plan some beach time. Bathe in the warm water of Aruba's Baby Beach, or find a quiet spot to relax on one of Curacao's secluded coves. Explore the beautiful beach of Lac Cai in Bonaire, where you can also find excellent snorkeling and diving just offshore.
Stroll through the colorful buildings in pastel shades of pink, yellow, and blue that line the UNESCO-protected section of Curaçao’s port city, Willemstad. Explore the charming, Dutch-influenced center of Kralendijk in Bonaire, known for its excellent shopping and dining. Or spend some time in Aruba's capital, Oranjestad, where you can learn about the island's history through its many museums and monuments, such as the National Archeological Museum and Fort Zoutman.
When you cruise to the ABC islands you’ll get the opportunity to get close to dazzling coral reefs that are home to tropical fish, sea turtles, reef sharks, and stingrays. Bonaire’s National Marine Park is considered to be one of the best scuba destinations in the world. Aruba has two distinct reef systems that are perfect for snorkeling, while Curaçao's reefs offer divers an excellent chance to see larger pelagic fish.
Sail to the southern Caribbean Sea on a luxury adventure to the ABC Islands on these 7- to 15-night cruises. Your cruise will depart from either Fort Lauderdale, Miami, San Juan, Boston, Cape Liberty (NJ), or San Diego, with itineraries that cover many of the Caribbean’s most popular ports. Some cruises also visit Bermuda, the Panama Canal, the west coast of Mexico, and Central America.
When you cruise to the ABC Islands with Celebrity, you'll enjoy the best in service, entertainment, luxury accommodations, and style. Our cruises are designed to help you relax, rejuvenate, and have fun while at sea or in port. Explore the high-end shops on board, or enjoy afternoon cocktails poolside in the adults-only Solarium. Take your experience to the next level at The Retreat, where you'll enjoy a spacious suite, access to a private lounge, fine dining, and other exclusive amenities.
On your ABC Islands cruise with Celebrity, you'll discover amazing itineraries designed to tantalize you at every turn. See the famous natural rock bridges of Aruba, and take a guided trek through the dense tropical forests of Arikok National Park. In Curaçao, enjoy a rum-tasting experience, or explore the island's unique landscape on a jeep safari. And in Bonaire, go diving or snorkeling to see colorful marine species, rays, and sharks up close. Cruising to the ABC Islands with Celebrity is the perfect way to explore these amazing islands on your next luxury getaway.