The Port of Bridgetown is at the heart of the island’s cruise tourism. The Port welcomes approximately 800,000 cruise visitors annually. Cruise passenger arrivals reached record levels on Friday, December 29, 2017 with the arrival of passenger number 812,864 that year. All major cruise lines have chosen the Port of Bridgetown as a port of call.
Cruise Lines Calling at Bridgetown
|Aida Cruises||Royal Caribbean International|
|P & O Cruises||Global Cruise Line|
|Fred Olsen Cruises||Princess Cruises|
|Carnival Cruise Line||Celebrity Cruises|
|Club Med Cruises||Global Cruise Line|
|Costa Cruises||Disney Cruises|
|Plantours||Holland America Line|
|Ponant Cruises||Cruise & Maritime Voyages|
|Marella Cruises||Thomson Cruises|
|MSC Cruises||TUI Cruises|
|Norwegian Cruise Line||Cunard Cruises|
|Regent Seven Seas Cruises||Saga Holidays|
|Sea Cloud Cruises||Seabourn Cruises|
|Sea Dream Yacht Club||Atlantagent|
|Silversea Cruises||Silver Sea Cruises|
|Wind Star Cruises||Star Clippers|
|Viking Ocean cruises|
In addition to providing great berthing spots and friendly, efficient service as it welcomes passengers at its Cruise Transfers Terminal, which houses the homeporting operations, and the main Cruise Terminal, which receives disembarking guests, the Port of Bridgetown is an access point to the island’s many attractions.
At just 166 square miles, Barbados has more attractions per square mile than any other Caribbean island. It is that rich combination of culture, heritage, adventure, sport, cuisine, shopping and activities, that saw Barbados emerged a top rated Southern Caribbean Cruise Destination in the Cruise Critic’s 2017 Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards.