Britons name the dream cruise destination for New Year’s Eve – ‘perfect winter warmer’

Cruise specialist,, asked British holidaymakers to share their ideal New Year’s Eve destination. Over half of the customers chose the same dreamy location.

Royal Caribbean’s island CocoCay is home to the largest freshwater swimming pool in the Bahamas.

Guests can also enjoy the island’s waterpark or hire their own private cabana to relax on the island.

Popular Caribbean cruise destinations include Jamaica, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Antigua and Saint Kitts & Nevis.

Tony Andrews, deputy managing director of, said: “The Caribbean continues to retain its appeal as the perfect winter warmer.


“It’s the clear dream December 31 destination for UK cruise guests, who are setting their sights on its glorious sunshine, picture-perfect surroundings and welcoming hospitality.”

The next most popular New Year’s Eve cruise destination was the buzzing city of Sydney in Australia.

Almost a quarter of cruise fans were eager to see the incredible fireworks display that rings in the New Year in Sydney.

Cruise passengers seeing in the New Year in Sydney will be some of the first to welcome in the next year.

Although some New Year’s Eve celebrations are going ahead this year, Omicron has led to cancellations in some cities.

However, booking is already open for those eager to celebrate the arrival of 2023 from a dream cruise holiday. has many deals and offers for British customers looking to book December 2022 cruises.

One exciting Celebrity Cruises itinerary sees guests depart on December 23 for a 10 night Caribbean adventure.

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