You will get to enjoy a host of water-related activities at Antigua. Consider Antigua, the sailor's heaven on earth. Best of all, you do not have to be an expert to enjoy the water.
You will be able to access some of the best sailing destinations in the Caribbean at the British Virgin Islands. Sail at sites such as RMS Rhone, the shores of Anegad, Smuggler's Cove on Tortola, and Cane Garden Bay. You can also enjoy the evening at some of the local watering holes.
Boasting 3,500 miles (5,700 kilometers) of coastline and unexplored coral reefs, Cuba has endless offerings for cruise passengers. Make time to visit Old Havana and Trinidad, which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Brush up on your knowledge of local history at the Hemingway Museum and interact with flora and fauna at Topes de Collantes National Park. When you finish the day's activities, drink and dance at the local restaurants and bars.
The Bahamas, southeast of Florida, consists of coral islands and shallow water. The island nation makes for smooth sailing, and tourists will have the option of relaxing at countless beaches. Go for a shopping trip at Nassau, see the hammerhead sharks at Atlantis Paradise Island or go for a boat ride at Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park.