|Day 1||Set sail at 8pm from Bridgetown - BARBADOS|
|Day 2||Stopped at St George's - GRENADA from 8am to 6pm|
|Day 3||From 9am to 6pm we are in Roseau - DOMINICA|
|Day 4||8am to 6pm docked at Fort De France - MARTINIQUE|
|Day 5||From 8am to 6pm we stop off at Pointe-A-Pitre – GUADELOUPE|
|Day 6||8am to 6pm - docked at Kingstown – ST. VINCENT|
|Day 7||Castries – ST. LUCIA from 8am to 6pm|
|Day 8||We arrive back at 7am in Bridgetown – BARBADOS|
You will embark the ship in Barbados from as early as 4 hours before departure. Passengers will need to be on board no later than 30 minutes before the sailing time. After departing Barbados the first stop is at Grenada before moving onto Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Vincent ending at St. Lucia Back before returning at 7am to Barbados.
The price of your cruise will not include organised shore excursions, but if you have purchased the all inclusive package soft drinks and alcoholic beverages will be included.
The Seven Shores Cruise stops at Grenada and dock at St George, is one of the most charming island capitals in the Caribbean. Grenada cruise visitors can instantly soak up the atmosphere, browse colourful markets, explore the quaint Carenage harbour district, and sample excellent waterfront restaurants. When on your Seven Shores cruise you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit Grand Anse Beach, one of the most famous in the Caribbean.
Seven Shores Cruise moves on to Dominica. This is an island well known for quality nature and adventure holidays. Your cruise to Dominica can include memorable activities such as scuba diving, ocean kayaking and unbelievable mountain biking. Add adventure parks, jeep safaris, a spectacular coastline and impressive nature reserves and you see why Dominica cruises appeal
Martinique is the next island on your Seven Shores Cruise, which will dock near Fort-de-France. This is an attractive town boasting gorgeous parks, a great market, classy boutiques and trendy restaurants. Even the shortest of Martinique cruises can savour the island’s exceptional sophistication. All inclusive Martinique cruise holidays allow time to explore the elegantly tropical interior with its lush sugar and banana plantations, rainforests and mountains.
Guadeloupe cruise ships dock at Pointe-a-Pitre on Grand Terre: an attractive town with atmospheric twisting streets, brilliant markets, charming shops, fashionable boutiques and nice French Creole restaurants. Even the shortest of Guadeloupe cruise stops can sample the beach at Gosier and the unique French Caribbean atmosphere. Longer all inclusive Guadeloupe cruise holidays allow time to explore the gorgeous interior with its sugar plantations and lush rolling hills.
St Vincent cruise ships dock at Kingstown, a colourful and enjoyably animated town with plenty of Caribbean character. Even the briefest of cruises to St Vincent has time for outdoor markets, botanical gardens, Villa Beach and authentic Caribbean cuisine.
St Lucia cruise ships, like the Windsurf dock near Castries, is one of the most beautifully located harbours in the Caribbean. Even the briefest of cruise holidays to St Lucia can sample colourful markets, soak up the lively atmosphere and experience the sands at Choc Beach. Passengers on all inclusive St Lucia cruise & stay holidays have time to explore the stunning southwest of the island, dominated by the twin peaks of the Pitons.
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