Cruise Terminal Shopping

Cruise Terminal Shopping

If you arrive in Barbados aboard a cruise ship, you will find many duty free shops available within the Bridgetown Port Cruise Terminal.

At the cruise terminal in Barbados, the culture of the island is featured with quaint chattel houses, movable carts, and over 20,000 square feet of duty-free shops, each selling a vast array of goods and an excellent choice of gifts.

The Royal Shop

Is the exclusive and authorized dealer of Rolex and Tudor timepieces the exclusive retailer of Marco Bicego and Belle Etoile at Duty-Free prices. At the Royal Shop, you will find top luxury brands like Chopard, Longines, Rado, Tissot, Movado, and Raymond Weil, Citizen, Seiko, to name a few.

Diamonds International offers exquisite diamonds, either as loose pieces or already set in a bit of jewelry. Every store has a GIA certified gemologist who will provide you with a certificate of value with your purchase.

Diamonds International also sells watches from Mont Blanc, Piaget, Longines, Cartier, Ebel, Hublot, Piaget, and Breitling. So treat yourself or a loved one to a classic piece of jewelry or a watch from Barbados Diamonds International.

Colombian Emeralds International

You can also shop at Colombian Emeralds International within the Cruise Terminal Building, who is another jeweler of distinction. They sell quality emeralds, precious diamonds, and exclusive watches. All purchases come with a certificate of authenticity and a 90-day insurance plan. So make that purchase of a lifetime to last you a lifetime at Colombian Emeralds.

Another great store located within the Cruise Terminal Building is a branch of Best of Barbados, who sell gifts and souvenirs, which have been made or designed in Barbados. They also have an extensive range of unique items and handcrafts from the wider Caribbean region.

Here you will also find the Calypso Bakeries who sell a classic Caribbean present, which is a Calypso Rum Cake, which is freshly baked and then vacuumed sealed to give them a shelf life of 6 months without refrigeration. The cakes are sold in 4oz, 1lb, and 2lb sizes, and you have a choice of Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee or Lemon and Ginger flavors.

The leading department store in Barbados, Cave Shepherd, also has a branch within the Barbados Cruise Terminal Building. They offer a wide range of duty-free products, including electronics, perfumes, cosmetics, liquors, cigars, and clothing.

One of the most popular duty-free retailers in Barbados is Harrison’s, who also has a store within the Barbados terminal selling international perfumes and cosmetics from Lancome, Clarins, Elizabeth Arden, Estee Lauder, and Clinique. They also sell designer watches from Gucci, TAG Heuer, Christian Dior, Seiko, and Citizen.

If you are looking for sunglasses, then they offer Oakley, Gucci, and Ray-Ban. In the leather department, they carry goods from Fendi, SAK, and LAND. In the crystal department, they carry products from Waterford and Swarovski and also sell Lladro figurines. Harrisons’ also have a great gift selection where everything is $10US duty-free, including pens, watches, scarfs, and wallets.

For the male travelers among you, there is one shop dedicated exclusively to the male traveler, and that is The Male Cabin. Here you will find exclusive clothing with your vacation in mind, as they sell shirts, shorts, swimwear, belts, socks, sunglasses, straw hats, and caps.

You will also find holiday clothing for sale at Local Colour and Trendy Styles, who both specialize in beachwear. They sell swimsuits, swim shorts, bikinis, sarongs, aqua socks, beach bags, sunglasses, sandals, and tee shirts.

If you would like to purchase linens and crafts, then visit Naris Linens and Arts. Here you can buy tablecloths, bedding, pillowcases, cushion covers in lace, cotton, satin, and silk. In their art & craft section, you will find gifts made from wood, brass, silver, stone, leather, copper, and crystal.

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