Port Shopping Experience
Cruise ships dock at one of four berths in downtown Juneau, all of which are within easy walking distance of the shopping district, which is centered around Franklin Street.
Ships dock just steps from Front Street, Ketchikan’s main shopping area. The city was recently rated as one of the top 100 art communities in America; you’ll find numerous arts and crafts shops in which you can view the local wares.
Skagway is a special place where the colorful past lives on. The best shops can be found along Broadway Street, which is bordered by wooden sidewalks and buildings, giving the area the feel of a town in the Old West.
In Antigua, the port shopping district is just steps from the cruise ship docks. The best stores are found in Heritage Quay and Redcliffe Quay, two lively duty-free shopping centers set on the water in the heart of St. John's.
Cruise ships dock a few blocks from L.G. Smith Boulevard, Oranjestad’s main shopping thoroughfare. Renaissance Mall and Royal Plaza are both packed with retailers, while charming boutiques sell extensive collections of watches and jewelry.
Steeped in history, Bridgetown is a modern metropolis that’s remarkably similar to London, only sprinkled with Caribbean charm. Duty-free shopping can be found at the state-of-the-art cruise terminal and along Broad Street, about a five-minute ride away.
Cruise ships drop anchor in the Belize City harbor, and guests are tendered ashore. The best shops are found right where tenders dock at the Front Street Tourism Village. Stop by Rainforest Rum Cakes to taste samples from Belize’s only rum-cake company.
King's Wharf, Bermuda, has something for everyone. Find quaint gems in the shops, lounge on the pink-sand beaches, or explore the extensive coral reef in the surrounding waters.
Bonaire is known for diving and flamingos, but it is also a fantastic duty-free shopping destination, offering prices significantly lower than the U.S. Ships dock at the port of Kralendijk, and the top retailers can be found inside the Harborside Mall.
Cartagena’s cobblestone streets are alive with rhythm, romance, and shopping. The best shops are found at the Pierino Gallo plaza, just a 10-minute ride rom Old City. It is the premier location to buy world-famous Colombian emeralds and Colombian coffee.