Itinerary Highlights

  • Enjoy a one-night pre-cruise stay at Hilton Barbados with breakfast included
  • Spend 14 nights onboard Seabourn Ovation furnished with luxurious facilities and enriching shore excursions
  • Snorkel or dive colourful reefs, hike rainforests and taste Caribbean rum and other tropical delights
  • Meet baby hatchlings and endangered Kawksbill turtles at a sanctuary in St. Vincent & The Grenadines


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15 nights from £6,299 per person
20 January - 4 February


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Escape winter in the UK with a 14-night cruise around the sun-drenched Caribbean, where warm breezes and sugary white sands await. Enjoy a one-night pre-cruise stay in the Barbados Hilton, and then set sail on your tour, island hopping around The Caribbean for the ultimate tropical getaway.

On board the glamorous Seabourn Ovation, visit a variety of Caribbean islands, exploring colourful colonial towns, sunbathing on white-sand beaches, and sipping on punchy rum cocktails. Starting with Barbados, you’ll make stops at St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Guadeloupe, Antigua & Barbuda St Kitts & Nevis and St Martin, covering off some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful locations in one swoop.



Fly from the UK to Barbados and take a private transfer to the hotel for your one-night pre-cruise stay. Stay in a bay view room and enjoy a breakfast each morning.
Check out of your hotel and take your private transfer to the port in Bridgetown to board the ultra-luxury Seabourn Ovation. Get settled into your Veranda Suite, where a personal suite steward will ensure that everything is exactly as you wish. Onboard, enjoy a spa, casino and delicious dining. Options include The Grill by Thomas Keller, along with the open seat The Restaurant and al fresco The Patio.
Your first port of call is Bequia in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. This paradise island offers numerous adventures – meet protected sea turtles and baby hatchlings at a sanctuary, snorkel the beautiful reefs, hop into an open-top safari vehicle bound for 18th century Hamilton Fort, or even ascend to the Mount Pleasant, the highest accessible point on the island for exceptional views.
Today, the fascinating island of Martinique awaits! Home to Napoleon Bonaparte’s second wife, you can find out about the life of Josephine Beauharnais and the stately plantation house she was born into. You can also visit a reproduction of a slave village and creole gardens to connect with the history of the people who lived here.
Arriving in Guadeloupe’s main town of Basse-Terre, there’s plenty to explore from here. Set out on a walking tour to discover Our Lady of Guadeloupe Cathedral -- a National Monument of France built in 1736. The area is dominated by the almost mile high La Soufrière volcano, which you can hike up for amazing views. There’s also beautiful gardens and beaches, and the protected marine reserve, Pigeon Island.
Spend your day in luxury aboard the Seabourn Ovation, immersing in their facilities. Whether you choose to exercise in the fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment and walls of windows for you to enjoy the dramatic sea view or indulge in the spa and wellness amenities, do it in modern style. Seabourn Ovation offers a myriad of facilities and fun for a comfortable stay aboard the ship.
Sip your morning coffee on the open-air deck, as your majestic Seabourn ship docks in the colourful Antiguan capital of St Johns. Step ashore and head for the historic naval port of Nelson’s Dockyard, where you marvel at the Georgian-style buildings and enjoy a tipple at the dockyard’s Gallery Bar. In the afternoon, drive through tiny villages to a pristine stretch of beach, where you can cool off from the morning’s sightseeing in gin-clear waters.
If you’d like a day relaxing on the sand, Carambola boasts some of the Caribbean’s most luxurious beach clubs. If you’d rather do more exploring, the UNESCO-listed Brimstone Hill Forest has plenty to offer, though you could also board the scenic St Kitts Railway or kayak along the bays.
Dock in St. Martin’s capital Philipsburg for a whole host of leisure and sightseeing activities. Take a half hour ride to Rockland Estate to explore a plantation house, then make your way to St Martin's highest point, Sentry Hill. Take in 360-degree views of the island before you 'fly' down the mountain on the Flying Dutchman – the world's steepest zip-line.
Pull up to your next port of call at the West End of Tortola, notorious for its rich history with pirates. Here, nestled high up on the ground of the West End, you’ll have excellent views of the sprawling Caribbean Sea. Enjoy a day of tasting the famed wood-distilled rum and the Painkiller cocktail, great even when you’re not in pain. The harbour is brimming with restaurants, cafes and bars for you to explore during the day.
Spend your day indulging in delicious foods from Seabourn Ovation’s signature restaurant, The Grill by Thomas Keller or The Colonnade. Afterwards, head to the Sky Bar to enjoy a refreshing drink either during the day while the sun is at its peak, or during night under a blanket of stars. If you’re craving a relaxed dining experience, enjoy a luncheon buffet at The Patio, serving salads, freshly baked pizza and the option of an al fresco menu.
Enjoy your beach day in the best way possible on the sands of South Friar’s Bay, Carambola. Hideaway on the powder sands of the beach with lounges and umbrellas and soak up the Caribbean sun, participate in watersports or visit some of the island’s most luxurious restaurants and beach clubs. If you want to explore the island, venture out to visit the preserved plantations, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brimstone Hill Fortress or the scenic sugarcane railway.
When you explore Roseau, you’ll soon discover their strict stance on keeping their island natural. This island is renowned for being The Caribbean’s ‘Nature Island’, surviving on its own natural resources, including delicious mineral water and citrus fruits. Visit the thermal springs, ‘boiling lake’ and the waterfalls if you want to gaze at the island’s stunning natural beauty. Explore the Botanical Gardens, or hike up Morne Bruce for a view of the town and harbour that hugs the sea.
Immerse yourself in the unspoilt beaches of Guadeloupe and explore the conventional Caribbean atmosphere across the cluster of islets, The Iles des Saints. Here, you’ll see the quaint town of Bourg de Saints, home to shops and sidewalk vendors that sell French cosmetics. Sit back and bask in the authentic Caribbean culture with a beer or cocktail under the sun.
Spend your day exploring Martinique’s capital, Fort-de-France, where you’ll soon discover its European charm. Because of the French politics of this island, the locals speak French, and Creole. Walk the quaint narrow streets bordered with French-style buildings with iron grill-worked balconies before heading to the seaside brimming with peaceful beaches and lush rainforests. Be sure to check out their Gallic-like shopping scene.
Sail back to Bridgetown, Barbados where you first set off on your journey. Enjoy your last day relaxing at the Savannah Beach Club before transferring to the airport for your overnight flight back to the UK.


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