The Grande Caribe cruises seasonally around America: from the Intracoastal Waterway in Spring onto Cape Cod and the islands in Summer and to Inland Waterways in the Autumn. A laid-back, relaxed atmosphere attracts those looking for an informal cruise with spectacular scenery. The ship was launched in 1997 but refurbished in 2009 with totally new décor and furniture in the lounge, dining room and cabins. The Grande Caribe also benefits from a new, state-of-the-art audio-visual system in the lounge.
The Grande Caribe's Category 1 Cabins are split over the Lower Deck and Main Deck. Cabins on the Lower Deck are furnished with twin berths (often 1 upper berth and 1 lower berth) or a double lower berth plus an additional upper berth. They do not have windows and open onto an inside passageway. On the Main Deck, there are two twin cabins, each with an upper and lower berth and a small porthole, and one inside cabin with a double bed. All Categoory 1 Cabins are fully air-conditioned and have modern en suite facilities.
Category 2 Cabins are located on the Main Deck of the Grande Caribe. They are furnished with either a double bed, or twin beds, and have a porthole, air-conditioning and private facilities. These cabins are accessed from an inside passageway.
The Grande Caribe's 16 Category 3 Cabins are split across the Main Deck and the Sun Deck. Cabins on the Main Deck are accessed via an inside corridor, have fixed windows and are furnished with either twin or double beds. On the Sun Deck, cabins in this category have sliding windows and doors leading onto the deck. All cabins on the Grande Caribe have modern private shower rooms and are fully air-conditioned.
There are 19 Category 4 Cabins on the Grande Caribe's Sun Deck. These comfortable cabins can usually be made up as twin or double accommodation. They are fully air-conditioned with en suite facilies and benefit from sliding windows. The majority of the cabins open to an inside passageway but there are a few which have a door leading directly to the deck.