Leeward Islands and Barbados:St. Martin to Barbados
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
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. 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. Overnight in port.
Early morning sailing and midday arrival at St Kitts. With Georgian architecture set against a backdrop of green hills, the island’s capital Basseterre is one of the loveliest of the Caribbean’s small capitals. More than a quarter of St. Kitts has been set aside as Brimstone Hill Fortress national Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Optional morning tour. Deck BBQ and sailing towards nearby island of Nevis to enjoy swimming and beach activities. Overnight at sea to Montserrat.
Morning 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 morning tour to the Montserrat Volcano Observatory and enjoy grand views of the volcano and surrounding areas. Overnight at sea towards Iles Saintes.
Early morning arrival at Iles des Saintes, distinctly French in character, colorful and delightful. Enjoy picture-postcard views from Fort Napoléon, with its cactus garden, iguanas and maritime museum. Then stroll through French colonial Terre-de-Haut and enjoy swimming and snorkeling from a nearby sandy beach. Overnight at sea to Dominica.
Morning arrival at Dominica, known as “the nature island” for its spectacular beauty and many protected reserves. Optional tour to explore the ruins of Fort Shirley and The Valley of Desolation at Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the afternoon enjoy a refreshing swim before we set sail for Bequia. Overnight at sea.
Early morning arrival at Bequia, the second largest island of the country of St Vincent and the Grenadines, lying in the heart of the Caribbean. Small picturesque villages and brightly-colored coral reefs are some of its attractions. Swim stop and BBQ followed by an optional afternoon tour. In Port Elizabeth, learn more about the island’s whaling heritage at the museum and look out for local crafts in colorful markets. Overnight at sea to Barbados.