2023-2024 Fall, Winter & Holiday Caribbean with Seabourn
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Spend 7 to 16-days in paradise on board Seabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Ovation, exploring the best of the Antillean Islands. Or sail 14-days through Western Caribbean visiting Belize City, San Andres and sailing into the Panama Canal to Gatun Lake - the man-made lake providing the entire water supply for the Panama Canal’s locks system. Combine voyages for a truly in-depth Seabourn Caribbean experience.
Caribbean Featured Ports
Hillsborough, Carriacou, Grenada
A tiny Caribbean town with plenty of extra charm, Hillsborough is a lovely off-the-beaten-path place to enjoy Arawak and Carib cultural artifacts and handiworks, a number of botanical gardens, and regatta-style sailing.
Carambola Beach, St. Kitts
Prized as one of the island’s most exclusive stretches of beachfront, Carambola is the perfect location for our signature Caviar in the Surf® beach barbecue experience.
Terre-de-Haut, Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe
The Îles des Saintes, a tiny cluster of islets off the southern coast of Guadeloupe, is just what the doctor ordered. Stroll around Bourg de Saintes, shop for real French cosmetics, and revel in the weather.
Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
This archipelago is pristine and traffic light free. Weather permitting, your Captain will anchor in this idyllic location and deploy the Marina for a day of play in the sea and sun.
St. John's, Antigua
Antigua is blessed with shining white beaches, and top-end resort hotels that engender golf courses and other amenities counted among the best in the Caribbean. Take a drive to the commanding fortress on Shirley Heights.
As the capital of the Netherlands Antilles, gabled buildings and countryside windmills bring to mind Dutch cities of Europe. And yet, vibrant streetscapes, duty-free shopping, beaches and flamingos in the wild make this town distinctly tropical.
As the second-highest-rated snorkeling and dive site in the world, the coral reefs of Bonaire are not to be missed. On land, the waterfront promenade, boutiques, and duty-free shops of Breedestraat are Dutch colonial delights.
Trinidad’s “little sister” Tobago welcomes you with a fishing village set on a curve of beach on Man-O-War Cay. Most visitors bask in the laid-back atmosphere, and swim, snorkel or dive in the surrounding waters.
Port Elizabeth, Bequia
Bequia’s Admiralty Bay is a favorite yachtsman’s anchorage. Stroll along the Belmont Walkway to the Gingerbread for homemade frangipani. Continue to Princess Margaret Beach or Lower Bay. Witness excellent craftsmanship at the Sargeant Brothers Model Boat Shop.
Soper's Hole, Frenchman's Cay, British Virgin Islands
This snug harbor at the West End of Tortola is the classic Caribbean yacht haven. There are numerous restaurants, cafés and bars for people-watching and yarn-spinning.
Basse-Terre is located on the smaller of Guadeloupe’s two “butterfly wing” lobes. The island offers many picturesque fishing villages now welcoming tourists, including Deshaies near Grand Anse Beach and Saint-Claude in the forested hills.
Fort-de-France is a bustling seaport and market town, with handsome reminders of its colonial past including the ornate Schoelcher Library imported stone-by-stone from France.