Discover the Caribbean you haven't seen on a Caribbean cruise with Seabourn. Sure you've heard of the Bahamas, Jamaica and Barbados, but there are almost 30 island nations in the Caribbean and more than 7,000 individual islands in these calm, cerulean waters. Now is the time to discover the less crowded, more private islands in this cruise ship Mecca.
For instance, cruise to Deshaies in Guadeloupe where you can visit a Creole farm where you'll discover the unusual fruits and vegetables used as both food and medicine. You can also kayak through remarkable mangroves and snorkel through coral reefs. In Gustavia, a port in St. Barts, you can take a submarine ride and explore the Marignan, a 500-foot island freighter that sunk during Hurricane Luis in 1995.
Along with these exciting adventures you can visit ports like Saba in the Netherlands Antilles, where Mt. Scenery is the highest point in all of The Netherlands at 877 miles above sea level. This 5-square-mile island has one road, but welcomes small planes and small ships like Seabourn's luxury fleet. Another interesting and obscure island is Jost Van Dyke, one of 40 islands that make up the British Virgin Islands. This island includes mainly the homes of four families who have not updated the look of the island for decades. Truly a relaxing, sun-soaked blast from the past.
Seabourn works hard to give its passengers an enchanting and unique experience. Aiming to please travelers who may have already done the Caribbean, these islands offer a fresh perspective. Seabourn itself hopes to offer a fresh perspective to travelers looking to make the leap into luxury cruising. Onboard drinks and all dining are included. Champagne is served at embarkation and tips are not accepted.
Are you ready to journey to the Caribbean on a 2013 Seabourn cruise? Then it's time to put those plans in place by contacting The Cruise Web today at 1-888-250-7809. Your consultant is here waiting to help you find the best itinerary, stateroom and ship for you.