The Port of Roatan is the ultimate cruise destination for travelers seeking to explore the paradisiacal beauty of the Caribbean islands. Tucked away in Coxen Hole, the Port of Roatan accommodates multiple cruise ships each week.
The town center at the Port is a dynamic destination in the western Caribbean, and it attracts a diversity of travelers, including jet-setters, backpackers, water sports enthusiasts, yachters, and more.
It accommodates a wide range of amenities and luxuries to delight travelers arriving on the island. The Town Center hosts a duty-free shopping center that allows you to purchase Cuban cigars, clothing items and luxury brands, handcrafted jewelry, souvenirs, artisanal crafts, chocolates and much more.
Cruises, Tours & Excursions
The Port of Roatan is the ideal destination to start to explore Roatan, and it offers a wide range of cruise tours, and excursions to explore the picturesque islands, water activities and beaches that the coastline has to offer.
Travelers are strongly advised to make booking and arrangements prior to their trips, and there is an abundance of tour operators to help you book a magnificent journey from the Roatan shores and waters.
From the US, some of the best known cruises line tend to depart from Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Galveston, Port Canaveral, Tampa and others. If you’re looking to book a cruise from these cities or across the world, we strongly recommend you to consider the following cruise lines:
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
SilverSea Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line
Oceania Cruise Line
The Roatan Port can accommodate one docked cruise ship at a time. We strongly recommend travelers to consider the Royal Caribbean cruise ships, known for their extravagant opulence and entertainment. These cruise ships also hold priority at the port.
Travelers consider the Port of Roatan an ideal destination to enter the island as it enjoys close proximity to all the leading tourist attractions. Many of the popular beaches, high-end restaurants, bars, and resorts are located at a 20-minute drive from the Port’s picturesque expanse.
If you are arriving at the Port on a cruise ship, keep in mind that will take you around an hour to disembark the boat and enjoy the sites. This time can vary, depending on the number of passengers who seek to enjoy excursions, retail therapy, or have a scrumptious meal of seafood delicacies.
Approximately, cruise ship passengers tend to have around 4 to 6 hours to enjoy the island of Roatan, but the duration can vary based on the cruise’s schedule. In either case, it is important to make prior bookings with hotels, restaurants, or tour operations to make sure your spot has been reserved for whichever activity you would like to engage in.
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