Leeward and British Virgin Islands:St. Martin to St. Martin
Cruise FactsCategory C:
From $ 2490 To $ 2490
From $ 2890 To $ 2890
From $ 3390 To $ 3390
From $ 4290 To $ 4290
From $ 5690 To $ 5690
Port Charges: $ 290
Single Supplement: 60%
3rd Person Reduction (in Cat. B & P): 30%
Day by Day Itinerary
Embarkation at 4 pm (Late embarkation available). Dinner on board and early morning departure for Antigua.
Early morning arrival at Antigua. It’s said that Antigua has 365 beaches – one for every day of the year. Swim stop and deck BBQ as we sail towards Montserrat. Early afternoon arrival at Montserrat, the “Pompeii of the Caribbean”—an island that is half lush, half covered in ash by a volcano eruption in 1995. Optional afternoon tour to the Montserrat Volcano Observatory and enjoy grand views of the volcano and surrounding areas. Early morning departure towards Saba.
This morning, enjoy swimming with views to Saba’s volcanic peaks rising majestically from the water. Deck BBQ and sailing towards St. Barth’s. Early afternoon arrival. Afternoon at leisure to take a stroll through Gustavia, the relaxed capital, and visit the 17th-century forts. Or, take an optional afternoon hike along the Colombier Beach Trail, for a chance to see nesting red-billed tropicbirds. Early morning departure towards Norman Island.
Midday arrival at Norman Island. The island is today, uninhabited and privately owned and popular for its three water level caves ideal for snorkeling. Overnight at anchor.
Morning sailing and arrival at nearby Tortola Island. Swim stop and beach activities followed by a deck BBQ. Sailing towards Jost Van Dyke. Afternoon arrival at Jost Van Dyke, beautiful island-dotted waters of the British Virgin Islands. Enjoy swimming or relaxing at the beach. Or enjoy first-rate hiking trails and spend sunset at the Foxy's Tamarind Bar located in Great Harbour, serving food and rum to sailors and visitors since 1966. Overnight at anchor.
Morning sailing and arrival at nearby Virgin Gorda. Reach the curious assembly of house-sized boulders called “The Baths,” which form huge underground pools and caverns. Enjoy a full day swimming and relaxing at the beach. Overnight at sea to Anguilla.
Early morning arrival at Anguilla. Columbus thought this flat island looked like an eel, and he named it “Anguilla”. The island is also home to Cuban tree frogs, red-footed tortoise, green iguanas and a handful of species of bats. Enjoy spectacular coral reefs and sugar-soft beaches. Overnight at anchor.