Caribbean

Caribbean

28 Dec 2019 - 11 Jan 2020 | 14 NIGHTS | 9 PORTS | Britannia (B934D)

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£1,925 PP Including flights

No service charge on this cruise

A Legends at Sea cruise

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Caribbean, 28 Dec 2019 - 11 Jan 2020, 14 NIGHTS, 9 PORTS
FROM £ 1,925 pp

Embrace a new year with sunny island smiles

Touch down in the captivating Caribbean and start looking forward to the promise of sparkling times ahead. Now’s the time to leave the chills behind and welcome in the warmth that these blissful paradise islands are so famous for.

 

Your ship awaits, moored in St Lucia. Set sail for picture-perfect St Kitts, blessed with deserted white beaches, sugar cane fields and lush rainforests. Antigua is the perfect place to soak up the Caribbean spirit (think chilling out on some of its 365 paradise beaches) or enjoy some fascinating history at Nelson’s Dockyard. Onwards to St Maarten. Will you go Dutch in Philipsburg? Or opt for some ‘je ne sais quoi’ in Marigot? After that, two full days in Barbados. Make the most of it by exploring the lush scenery, historic sites and spectacular beaches. Enjoy the water sports, stunning nature walks, or even a trip to the magnificent Harrison’s Cave complex of caverns and waterfalls. Onwards to true-blue Curaçao, blissful Bonaire and the ‘Spice Island’ of Grenada. St Vincent certainly won’t disappoint – with its fresh seafood, gentle calypso and unspoilt coves, it has an allure all of its own. Then, it’s back to St Lucia, where, hard as it may be, it’s time to fly home.

No service charge on this cruise

No service charge on this cruise

No Service Charge on holidays departing from May 2019, meaning you can relax knowing it's all taken care of.

A Legends at Sea cruise

A Legends at Sea cruise

With Legends at Sea you can learn what makes elite atheletes tick, and even take part in coaching sessions with them. Guest athletes from 2018 include Jason Robinson OBE (rugby), Rachel Yankey OBE (football) and Matthew Hoggard MBE (cricket).

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