Seabourn Cruises to the Caribbean
Many travelers consider a cruise to the Caribbean to have one character: Spending days frolicking on white sands by the blue ocean, while a massive ship takes you island-hopping in one of three regions.
Seabourn introduces travelers to something different. Called the “Uncommon Caribbean” cruise, Seabourn boards small groups of passengers – just over 200 per ship – to visit in detail the eastern and southern regions. Ports rarely seen, sights seldom explored, and cultural characteristics glossed over emerge, with Seabourn’s travel connoisseurs offering something akin to cruising one of the world’s most beautiful oceans on a large yacht.
Two Seabourn ships traverse the Caribbean:
The Seabourn Legend: Debuting in 1990 with the Royal Viking Line, the Legend has been part of the Seabourn array of ships since 1996. What’s more notable is, the vessel was prominently featured in 1997 film Speed 2: Cruise Control. The ship holds 208 passengers, all while offering spacious and elegant accommodations.
The Seabourn Spirit: Constructed in 1989, this ship has been voted as the Best Small Cruise Ship by Conde Nast. Like the Legend, it offers spacious rooms and a range of dining choices for 208 passengers.
Both vessels, as well, fold out with a marina to turn into a private island for a day.
Seabourn focuses exclusively on the Eastern and Southern Caribbean, with ports ranging from the Dominican Republic to Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire. A combination of stops, covering cruises lasting seven days or longer, may include: • St. Maarten • Antigua • Martinique • Bonaire • Aruba • Dominica • St. Lucia • Mayreau • Curacao • Barbados • St. Kitts • Nevis • Guadalupe • St. Barts • Prickly Pear Island • St. John • Jostran Dyke • St. Eustatius • St. Thomas
St. John: Seabourn travels to the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, a location known for large stretches of sand alongside coastal waters. That’s the type of landscape you’ll find at the Virgin Islands National Park, a perfect spot for nature lovers. Stay by the beach or explore the stunning inland landscape with a driving tour.
Dominican Republic: Off the mainland, Isla Catalina opens the door to a wildlife reserve surrounded by beaches and a diverse eco system of sand, mangroves, and coral reefs.
See an entirely new side of the Caribbean with Seabourn’s luxury cruises. Schedule your trip today, after finding the right itinerary, through Direct Line Cruises.
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