Eastern Caribbean with St. Barths
 8 Days • 20 Meals
From the French je ne sais quoi of St. Barths and Antigua’s remnants of British rule, the islands of the eastern Caribbean have a European air. Spend days relaxing on beaches and getting up close to local nature. Try the sweet treats of Terre-de-Haut in Guadeloupe and experience St. Lucia’s natural hot springs.

 Highlights
  • 7 nights onboard your luxurious superyacht
  • 20 meals: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 7 dinners
  • Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks to accompany lunch and dinner
  • State-of-the-art coffee machines and tea stations
  • Complimentary water, restocked daily
  • First-class service from an English-speaking crew
  • Included excursions with knowledgeable local guides
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Gocycle electric bicycles onboard
  • All airport taxes and port charges
  • All gratuities onboard

 Itinerary
Day 1  Marigot, Saint Martin
Your luxurious yacht cruise begins in Marigot, where you’ll be transferred to your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht and embark on your discovery of the Eastern Caribbean and St. Barth. Please book your flight to arrive into Marigot prior to 03:00 PM.
Day 2  Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy
Named for Sweden’s King Gustav III, Gustavia is the charming capital and main seaport of the island of Saint Barthélemy, also known as St. Barth. It is often considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean and a tropical paradise with French flair. You will enjoy the beauty of its large idyllic beaches, plus the charm and refinement of its old wooden houses.
Day 3  Falmouth Bay, English Harbour, Antigua and Barbuda
The tropical haven of Antigua offers hundreds of beaches to choose from – but this island is also famous for those in search of active exploration. From the remnants of British rule, such as rich plantations, crumbling mansions and sugar-cane industry ruins, are still visible today, as well as the beautiful Nelson’s Dockyard with its restored buildings dating back to 18th century. Antigua’s biggest centre is Falmouth Harbour, located in the south of the island close to English Harbour.
Day 4  Terre-de-Haut, Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe
A visit to Terre-de-Haut is like taking a trip to the South of France – with the addition of just a few more palm trees and white-sand beaches. Situated off the beaten path, Les Saintes’ eight peaceful tropical islands are part of a volcanic archipelago fully encircled by shallow reefs. The history and culture of the Îles des Saintes are to be discovered in Fort Napoléon, where one can also get to know the local flora and fauna at the botanical gardens. Don’t miss the chance to try the island’s signature dish, le tourment d’amour, a small tart with coconut jam and covered in sponge cake.
Day 5  Saint-Pierre, Martinique
Home to around 5,000 people, the village of Saint-Pierre was once almost wiped off the map in less than two minutes during an eruption of the Mount Pelée volcano in 1902. In more recent years, Saint-Pierre (also known as ‘Little Paris’) has been named as the 101st ‘City of Art and History’. A visit to Saint-Pierre will allow you to discover a few remnants of Martinique’s colonial history: the old theatre, the ruins of the island’s fort and the dungeon of Cyparis, as well as the wonderful site it is today, facing a gorgeous bay and leaning in the foothills of Mount Pelée.
Day 6  Soufrière, Saint Lucia
Soufrière was the original capital of Saint Lucia and is one of the island’s most memorable spots. The town has kept the spirit of the French colonialists who first settled there but were later followed by the British. Soufrière is situated in the Qualibou Depression, the crater of a dormant volcano, so one can enjoy hot springs and geothermal fields, as well as botanical gardens and waterfalls all in the same area. Later, you’ll visit the Glittering Beach, where you can indulge in the warm sunshine from your lounger or take a refreshing swim in the azure Caribbean waters.
Day 7  Tobago Cays, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The Tobago Cays are an archipelago located in the southern Grenadines, famous for five small uninhabited islands: Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tobac and Jamesby. The main attraction here is the Tobago Cays Marine Park, a national park and wildlife reserve. Renowned for its massive 1,400-acre lagoon, the park is surrounded by the vivid horseshoeshaped reef. This is an idyllic area to enjoy sand-bottomed and crystal-clear waters teeming with colourful fish and turtles.
Day 8  Bridgetown
Your time aboard your Emerald Cruises luxury yacht comes to an end in Barbados. After bidding farewell to the crew and your fellow guests, you will be transferred to the airport for your return flight home. Please book your flight to depart out of Bridgetown after 12:00 PM.

 Accommodations
Days 1-7  Onboard a Emerald Luxury Yacht
 

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 Dates and Rates
Departure Dates Stateroom Category Full Fare Per Person Twin from
D - Oceanview Stateroom $4,065
A - Balcony Suite $6,415
March 2*, 9, 23, 30*, 2024 D - Oceanview Stateroom $4,480
B - Balcony Suite $6,230
Y - Yacht Suite $9,730
A - Balcony Suite $6,650
T - Terrace Suite $9,170
S - Deluxe Balcony Suite $7,560
SA - Owner's Suite $15,540
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