No USA Visa Cruises™ was designed with Caricom nationals in mind. Most Caricom nationals observe cruise ships coming into to their local ports and wish they had a job a cruise ship. Cruise and Rail worked with the cruise lines to get our clients onboard the cruise, as vacationers, through the No USA Visa Cruises™ program.
Some social scientists believe that there are more than 17.5 million people living in Caricom and the associate members states. Most of these nationals require a USA Visa to go on a vacation with the best value for money, a cruise. Most cruises to the Caribbean originate in the USA or its territories. For example, Carnival has a cruise that starts in Puerto Rico, and picks up passengers in Barbados. This cruise is not included in our No USA Visa Cruises™ program for two reasons. First, it requires Caricom nationals a have a US Visa, and second Caricom nationals generally pay a higher cruise rate, than customers who board in San Juan.
All Inclusive Cruising
An important part of Cruise and Rail No USA Visa Cruises™ program is an All Inclusive package. At Cruise and Rail we recommend cruises that offer All Inclusive Accommodation, All Inclusive Dining, and All Inclusive Entertainment.
All Inclusive Accommodation means that the cost for your stateroom/cabin is already included. For example, if you were comparing a cruise to a hotel, this would mean that the cost of your hotel room is covered. On all No USA Visa Cruises™ clients can expect All Inclusive Accommodation.
All Inclusive Entertainment means that the best of Broadway, Las Vegas and the West End of London entertainment is included in your cruise price. Each night of the cruise you will be treated to Las Vegas style variety shows, or Broadway and West End productions. For example, if you were comparing a cruise to a vacation stay at a hotel, you would be an additional cost. On all No USA Visa Cruises™ clients can expect All Inclusive Entertainment.
All Inclusive Dining means that the cost for your meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack) is already included. On some cruises (ask us for details), draught beers, a wide range of spirits and aperitifs, cocktails, house wines, soft drinks, and bottled water. If you were comparing a cruise to a vacation at a hotel, there is no question; you have to pay for your drinks and meals. On all No USA Visa Cruises™ clients can expect All Inclusive Dining, which may include drinks.