"The Caribbean Sea..a rare gem among oceans, defined by the islands that form a chain of lovely jewels to the north and east." -James A. Michener  

Ports of Call

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is a favorite embarkation port for cruise passengers. Experience the city the day before our cruise and enjoy Las Olas Boulevard, famous for trendy boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and sidewalk cafes.  Our cruise will depart from the Port Everglades Cruise Terminal, just minutes from downtown. 

Where Have We been ?

Since the first Sporthorse Cruise in 2009, our guests have visited these ports  and UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 

Costa Maya, Mexico 

Cozumel, Mexico 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida  

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos 

Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

Juneau, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska

Key West, Florida

Mazatlan, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Roatan, Honduras 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Seattle, Washington

Sitka, Alaska 

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


United Nations World Heritage Sites:   

Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Castillo San Felipe del Morro, Puerto Rico

Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska 


We choose the best itineraries for experiencing scenic cruising, as well as the region's culture and history.         

Key West, Florida.   A walk down Duval Street will take you to the center of town, filled with eclectic shops, taverns, and outdoor restaurants. In the old town area, visit the fascinating Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, where the great American author lived. The historic Audubon House and Gallery pays tribue to artist John James Audubon's time in Key West in the early 1800's.   

Falmouth, Jamaica. Although Jamaica became an independent country in the 1960's, it remains a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The island is known for its lush tropical landscape, world famous reggae music, and rich history as a leading exporter of sugar. Our ship will dock at the Falmouth Cruise Port, filled with retail shops and restaurants. Tours to Dunn's River Falls, nearby beaches, or historic landmarks are available.  

George Town, Grand Cayman is the capital of the Cayman Islands and is the center of the financial services industry in the Caribbean. Its busy waterfront is lined with souvenir shops and seafood restaurants with scenic views of the Caribbean Sea. Beautiful 7 Mile Beach is just a short drive from town. Whether you go scuba diving, or just out to lunch, George Town's easy casual vibe will remain with you well after your visit. 

Half Moon Cay, Bahamas. This idyllic island has been named Best Private Island by the readers of Porthole magazine 20 years in a row. Owned by the cruise line for the enjoyment of their guests, Half Moon Cay calms the mind with warm crystal blue waters, white sand beaches, and a pirate ship bar that serves hand made Mai Tai's (among other treats).  There is simply no place lilke Half Moon Cay !