Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Seabourn visits some of the remotest islands in the Caribbean



Some of the remotest islands in the Caribbean are on the schedule for luxury cruise line Seabourn this winter.  With a maximum capacity of just 208 guests, Seabourn Spirit is able to visit unique areas of the Caribbean that many other ships are unable to reach, including lesser-known towns on the islands of St. Barts, Guadeloupe and the British Virgin Islands – anchoring alongside private yachts in many of the smaller bays.

Join Seabourn Spirit  on a 14-day Exotic Caribbean in-depth fly/cruise from £3,803 per person (based on two people sharing a suite). Price includes flights from London, transfers, one-night pre-cruise accommodation and a 14-night cruise departing from Philipsburg (St.Maarten) and calling at Great Harbour (Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands), Gustavia (St. Barts, France), Basseterre (St. Kitts), Terre-de-Haut (Guadeloupe), Castries (St. Lucia), Mayreau (Grenadines), Bridgetown (Barbados), Bequia (St. Vincent and the Grenadines), Roseau (Dominica), Deshaies (Guadeloupe), St. John’s (Antigua), Road Bay (Anguilla) and Prickly Pear Island (British Virgin Islands) before arriving into Philipsburg (St. Maarten) for the flight home. (Price is based on November 28, 2014 UK departure).

For more information or to book call 0843 373 2000 or visit www.seabourn.co.uk  

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