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Cruise in luxury from Miami to Peru

16 days fr £6,513pp

Miami • Port Antonio, Jamaica • Willemstad, Curaçao • Oranjestad, Aruba • Panama Canal • Manta, Ecuador • Guayaquil, Ecuador • Salaverry, Peru • Lima (Callao), Peru

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  • H Deluxe Suite fr £6,513pp
Validity (selected dates between):
  • 01/11/2019 - 30/11/2019
Also included:
  • Cruise Fare
  • Port Tax
  • Shore Excursions
  • FREE Specialty Restaurants
  • FREE Unlimited Beverages
  • FREE Unlimited WiFi
Not included:
  • International Flights (unless otherwise stated)
This leisurely 15-night cruise sets off from Miami and wends its way south, on the deep blue waters of the Caribbean, through the Panama Canal, then along the Pacific coastline to Lima. Along the way you’ll have plenty of opportunities for memorable excursions to ancient sites, vibrant markets and colourful colonial towns, as well as time to relax on board and make use of Seven Seas Mariner’s range of luxurious facilities, including an opulent spa, tempting outdoor pool, casino and excellent dining options.
Day 1
Your cruise sets out from sunny Florida. Before you set off you may like to explore Miami’s famous South Beach and the city’s colourful Art Deco District.
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Day 2
Cruising the Caribbean Sea
You’ll spend the first full day of your cruise at sea. Why not ease into your holiday with a pampering treatment at the onboard Canyon Ranch Spa? Here you can treat yourself to a relaxing massage, a nourishing facial or a range of aromatherapy and ayurvedic treatments, as well as manicures and pedicures.
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Day 3
Port Antonio, Jamaica
Known as the heart and soul of Jamaica, Port Antonio is home to spectacular waterfalls and the stunning Blue Lagoon, a deep stretch of blue and green waters where the temperature varies from warm to cool, meaning that everyone can find their perfect swimming temperature. While you’re here, you could make the six-mile journey along the Rio Grande by bamboo raft – a tradition that legend has it was started by Hollywood legend Errol Flynn.
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Day 4
Cruising the Caribbean Sea
You have plenty of time onboard today to explore Seven Seas Mariner’s facilities. Curl up with a good book or enjoy a game of chess in the library, or catch some rays on the expansive pool deck, home to a large heated pool, two whirlpools and table tennis facilities, as well as the pool bar for those all-important refreshments.
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Day 5
Willemstad, Curaçao
Today you’ll have the chance to explore the pastel-coloured buildings and vibrant floating market of the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao. The Punda district has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status for its hundreds of historic buildings, including Fort Amsterdam, the Governor’s Palace and the Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue, one of the first synagogues in the New World. You also have the option of taking an excursion in a state-of-the-art semi-submarine, with a viewing hull that sits below the water's surface, giving you incredible views of the colourful marine life.
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Day 6
Oranjestad, Aruba
You’ll spend today exploring Aruba’s capital, which takes its name from the Dutch royal house of Orange. Here you can enjoy the waterfront tropical gardens of Wilhelmina Park, or perhaps explore the Archaeological Museum or the Numismatic Museum. Don’t miss a visit to the 18th-century Fort Zoutman, the oldest example of Dutch architecture on the island and an excellent spot from which to take photos of the town.
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Day 7
Santa Marta, Colombia
Santa Marta is Colombia’s oldest city. It’s filled with charming Spanish colonial buildings, including the Cathedral of Santa Marta, one of Latin America’s first basilicas. There’s so much to do here, whether you prefer to explore the ancient “Lost City”, the lush mangroves or the tempting beaches of Tayrona National Park.
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Day 8
Cartagena, Colombia
A wide choice of excursions awaits you in Cartagena. You may like to explore the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a fort that was once the most important military structure in Latin America, or perhaps set sail for a cruise on a replica of a 17th-century Spanish galleon. Other options include a boat trip to the Islas del Rosario, 26 coral islands located off the coast of Isla Barú, and to the aquarium at San Martín de Pajarales.
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Day 9
Panama Canal Daylight Transit
Today you have another full day to enjoy all that Seven Seas Mariner has to offer. One of the main attractions onboard is the excellent dining, with European-inspired cuisine on offer in the flagship restaurant, Compass Rose, as well as regional specialties in a more casual setting in La Veranda. There’s also a chic Parisian fine-dining restaurant, an open-air pool grill, a steakhouse and a coffee shop.
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Day 10
Cruising the Pacific Ocean
Another relaxing day on board the Seven Seas Mariner. As the sun sets, high rollers can try their luck at the onboard casino, while at Constellation Theater you can enjoy entertainment including musical revues, cabaret shows and Cirque-style productions. At Stars Nightclub you can dance the night away, or perhaps show off your vocal talents in a karaoke competition.
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Day 11
Manta, Ecuador
At the port of Manta you’ll find colourful fishing villages, unspoiled beaches and tropical forest. You may like to explore nearby Montecristi, known for its colonial architecture and wickerwork, and as the birthplace of the Panama hat. You could also take an excursion to the archaeological site of Cerro Jaboncillo, or just relax on the pristine San Clemente Beach.
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Day 12
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Nicknamed “The Pacific Pearl”, Guayaquil is a fascinating blend of historic city and modern metropolis. Here you can stroll alongside the Guayas River and discover the parks, shops, restaurants and a handicraft market, or take an excursion to explore the rich wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
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Day 13
Cruising the Pacific Ocean
You have another full day at sea today, to relax and reflect on your experiences over the past two weeks.
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Day 14
Salaverry, Peru
Salaverry is set close to Trujillo, which retains a sense of small-town colonial charm despite being one of Peru’s most important cities. Today you have the chance for a memorable excursion to Chan-Chan, once the capital of the Chimu Civilization, predecessors of the ancient Incas. It’s known as a city of palaces, and is filled with huge fortresses, some of them up to 3,500 years old.
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Day 15
Lima (Callao), Peru
You reach your final destination today, at Peru’s vibrant capital, gateway to the breathtaking ruins of Cuzco and Machu Picchu, the ancient city in the clouds.
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Day 16
Lima (Callao), Peru
Your cruise comes to an end as you disembark in Lima today.
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