Miami (USA) and Back on Seven-Seas-Voyager

26 November 2018
Fly Cruise for 10 nights

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Discover the stunning beaches of the British Virgin Islands, Antigua, St Lucia and St Barts on board Seven Seas Voyager! T&Cs apply

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Monday 26 November Miami (Usa) 0600 1800
Miami is often called the Cruise Capital of the World. Greater Miami has a skyline of glass skyscrapers along Brickell Avenue and many luxurious boutiques, and across the river is the cosmopolitan Downtown area with historic shopping arcades and restaurants. South Beach is lined with Art Deco buildings, and Miami Springs was built in the style of a Mexican pueblo. Other places of interest include the vibrant area of Little Havana, the World Heritage Site of Everglades National Park an hours' drive away and the tropical reef of Biscayne National Park.
2 - Tuesday 27 November Cruising The Bahamian Waters
3 - Wednesday 28 November Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
4 - Thursday 29 November Tortola (British Virgin Islands) 0800 1800
Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands and its port is Road Town, spread around a horseshoe bay. The focus of activity on Tortola is relaxation, and places of interest include the attractive yachting harbour of Soper's Hole, where Blackbeard lived in the 1700s; the rainforest of Mount Sage National Park, and the Callwod Rum Distillery. The interior is crossed by rugged mountains, and there are numerous beaches.
5 - Friday 30 November St John's (Antigua) 0800 1600
St John's is Antigua's main port and capital, and is one of the Lesser Antilles' most developed cities. It is well-known for its malls and boutiques, and the Antigua Rum Distillery, the only one on the island. At the entrance to the harbour is Fort James, built by the British in the 18th century. Within reach is the historic Nelson's Dockyard at Falmouth Harbour, where he served as a captain aboard HMS Boreas in his youth.
6 - Saturday 01 December Bridgetown (Barbados) 1000 1900
Bridgetown has a British flavour and its sights include the Parliament Buildings which sit on what was once known as Trafalgar Square, and a huge baobab tree said to have come from Guinea in the 1730s. St Nicholas Abbey in St Peter and Drax Hall in St George are Jacobean buildings with Dutch gables and coral-stone finials. For beaches, bars, restaurants and clubs, make for the south or the Gold Coast to the west.
7 - Sunday 02 December Castries (St Lucia) 0700 1600
Castries is the capital of St Lucia, and its port, Pointe Seraphine, is the main entry point cruise ships, offering excellent duty-free shopping facilities. Overlooking Castries is the Government House and gardens, museum and Four Apostles Battery of Morne Fortune. Nearby is Marigot Bay, once a wartime base and now a picturesque yachting harbour, and the fishing villages of Anse-le-Ray and Canaires, where fishermen still use dug-out canoes.
8 - Monday 03 December Gustavia (St Barts) 0800 1500
Gustavia is the elegant little capital of St Barts, an upmarket town with sophisticated boutiques offering Duty Free shopping and good French restaurants. Outside the town there are plenty of sheltered golden beaches edged with reefs perfect for snorkelling.
9 - Tuesday 04 December Cruising The Atlantic Ocean
10 - Wednesday 05 December Cruising The Bahamian Waters
11 - Thursday 06 December Miami (Usa) 0700 1700
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Deluxe Veranda Suite GUARANTEE £4009pp
G Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £4159pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £4299pp
E Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £4529pp
D Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £4669pp
C Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £5189pp
B Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £5419pp
A Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £5639pp
SS Seven Seas Suite AVAILABLE £6449pp
VS Voyager Suite AVAILABLE £7639pp
GS Grand Suite CLOSED £8379pp
MS Master Suite AVAILABLE £9119pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
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26 November 2018£4009pp