A luxury cruise across the Caribbean which includes a stop on a private island may sound like a holiday reserved for the A-list.

However it may be more budget-friendly than you think – and just like the stars, you could head to the sun-soaked hotspots in 2020.

That's because Mirror Cruise currently has discounted eight-night Caribbean Sunsets & Ocean Cay cruises from £699pp.

Set on board the lavish ship MSC Armonia – which boasts a casino, spa, elegant cabins to name a few – the cruise sails on a round trip from Miami to some seriously glamorous ports of call including Ocho Rios, Georgetown (Grand Cayman) and Costa Maya.


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Oh, and it also includes a visit to the private island Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve with its white sand beaches, crystalline waters and heaps of glamorous activities including a lush spa, beach yoga sessions, non-motorised water sports, all alongside some swanky dining options.

You can already book on Mirror Cruise but it's worth noting that the deals are subject to availability, and are based on a 26th January 2020 departure.

Looking to use up the last of your annual leave? There are also deals from £649pp based on a Sunday 8th December departure.

The price includes your return flights to Miami, a FREE handpicked hotel stay in Miami and the eight-night cruise. Mirror Cruise will even throw in a FREE upgrade to an oceanview cabin as part of the offer.

The return flights are based on a London Gatwick departure but there is a possibility of choosing alternative flights, although this may affect the price.

Don't be disheartened if you can't quite make the deals work for you. Mirror Cruise has plenty more deals on Caribbean sailings .

We've also got a guide to the best Caribbean cruises to use as a starting point – or if it's private islands you're after, we've rounded up the best islands owned by cruise lines including where to book the sailings.

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