Port Stop

George Town, Grand Cayman

Laid Back Luxury

Grand Cayman strikes the perfect balance between glitzy glamor and easygoing island life. You can hit the famous Seven Mile Beach and just chill with a Cayman Mama in hand, swim with stingrays at Stingray City, or treat yourself to a little retail therapy in George Town at some of the best designer shops in the world.

Things To Do

Swim with Sea Turtles

The whole family can swim alongside sea turtles and tropical fish at the Cayman Turtle Centre. This award-winning wildlife park provides its guests with a chance to come face-to-face with some of the most remarkable and ancient animals on earth. Or wander around the Caribbean Free Flight Aviary and meet exotic birds, including Grand Cayman’s national bird, the Cayman Parrot.

Stroll Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach (SMB) is actually five-and-a-half miles of coral sands and crystal-clear shoreline. It’s peppered with restaurants, bars, upscale resorts and is home to many of the Caribbean’s most luxurious properties.  SMB was named one of the region’s Ultimate Beaches by Caribbean Travel + Life.

Tee Off in Paradise

Hit the green at the North Sound Club, the only 18-hole championship golf course on the Cayman Islands (formerly known as The Links at Safehaven). Designed by Englishman Roy Case in 1994, this golf paradise has beautifully manicured fairways edged by palm trees with generous greens protected by white powder sand bunkers.

Get to Know the Locals

Take your adventure underwater and mingle with southern stingrays in Stingray City’s sparkling, calm waters.

Local Cuisine

Locally caught fish is the main attraction in Grand Cayman cuisine. You’ll find plenty of shellfish served marinated, in fritters or in hearty chowders. Rum is the drink of choice, so make sure you try the Cayman Mama, a local signature cocktail made with light and coconut rums, banana liqueur, Triple Sec, pineapple juice and a dash of Grenadine or strawberry syrup. Cheers!

INSIDER TIP

Everyone drives on the left here, so look both ways before crossing the street.



What Passengers Think

This was my 5th RLC out of 6 and will be on the next one in 2019. It is the only way to do a cruise and one of the best ways to have an over the top rock ‘n roll experience. There are three venues with shows going on from 10 am to past 12 midnight – every day! Once you’re done for the night, the convenience of your cabin is just steps away. The RLC lineup speaks for itself. There is so much talent, legends and upcoming rockers, on the ship! The people, your fellow rockers, are all there for the same reason – rock ‘n roll! Don’t be surprised if you run into a few rock stars on the elevator or just hanging out watching a show.

L. Kelly, Best Rock'n Roll Experience L. Kelly, Best Rock'n Roll Experience

We signed up for our first RLC Cruise (VI) 15 months in advance and counted down the days the entire time. I worried myself that it couldn’t possibly meet my own mountain-high expectations after that long wait. It absolutely did. Every band that we saw played at an amazing level (and some of them are over 70!). And they cared. These groups love playing this gig. It shows.

The ship and its crew were wonderful. Food was good. We had great weather. And to top it off, the people are amazing! Such a beautiful, hip, relaxed and respectful gathering of rock fanatics. This is truly my tribe and my vibe.

Can’t make RLC VII unfortunately but we’re just waiting for the announcement for RLC VIII later this year. This cruise is rock’s best kept secret.

Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock