15 days of cruising gives you plenty of time to relax, forget your cares and experience all the stunning beaches, lush wildlife, excellent duty-free shopping and great food that the Caribbean has to offer. This cruise takes in all the region’s major destinations, with plenty of optional excursions to help you make the most of your time there. You’ll travel on the luxurious Seven Seas Navigator, which boasts elegant suites, excellent dining and facilities including a spa, gym, casino and tempting pool.
Before you embark on your cruise, take some time to explore the City that Never Sleeps, whether you prefer to browse the museums and galleries, hit the shops or make the most of the city’s world-renowned restaurants and nightlife.
Your first full day onboard Seven Seas Navigator gives you plenty of time to explore the ship. Relax with a good book or a game of chess in the library, or head out onto the pool deck to work on your tan or take a refreshing dip in the pool.
St Georges, Bermuda
St George’s is the New World’s second-oldest English town, founded in 1609, when the Sea Venture was wrecked just off the coast. Several optional excursions are available to help you make the most of your time here. Why not join a scenic tour taking in the historic buildings of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, including Fort St Catherine, home to a replica set of Britain's Crown jewels?
St Georges, Bermuda
Another day to explore St George’s, and once again you have a choice of optional excursions. Perhaps you’ll choose to take a sailboat cruise to take in the splendid views, followed by a swim in a tranquil lagoon.
Today you have another full day to enjoy all the amenities of Seven Seas Navigator. Why not test your luck at the onboard casino? Here you can enjoy blackjack, roulette, stud poker, mini-craps and slot machines.
You have another full day at sea today, so it’s the perfect opportunity to head to Canyon Ranch spa, where you can choose from an array of pampering treatments, including signature massages, therapeutic bodywork, aromatherapy, ayurvedic and seaweed treatments, as well as beauty treatments including facials, hair care, manicures and pedicures.
Chic St Barts is today’s destination, where you can browse the duty-free shops, enjoy the excellent dining and work on your tan on the white-sand beaches. You may also like to take an excursion to tour historic Fort Gustav and Fort Carl, or perhaps take a horseback ride through the jungle trails.
Famously boasting a beach for every day of the year, Antigua is also home to vibrant coral reefs, historic forts and picturesque colonial architecture. You may like to visit St John’s Cathedral and the Museum of Antigua & Barbuda, or get back to nature at Nelson’s Dockyard National Park. Whatever you choose, don’t miss the chance to taste the local delicacy, the delicious, buttery “flying fish”.
Today you’re headed to St Lucia’s capital, Castries, where you can snap up some bargains in the duty-free shops, explore the lush rainforest at Castries Waterworks Forest Reserve, or perhaps take an excursion to the Grand Pitons or up to Fort Charlotte to enjoy the spectacular views.
Grenada’s capital is known for its spices – don’t miss the chance to visit one of the many spice estates, or to take in the aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg that permeates the Market Square. You could also take an excursion to climb a spectacular waterfall, or just relax on one of the sun-kissed beaches.
Bonaire is renowned as one of the best dive spots in the Caribbean, offering the chance to experience an array of sea life and vibrant coral reefs. If you’d prefer to stay on dry land, you can take a tour of Kralendijk by electric tuk-tuk, taking in the 17th-century Fort Orange and the nearby saltwater flats, home to flocks of flamingos.
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.
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.
Today you have another full day to enjoy all that Seven Seas Navigator 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.
The final full day of your cruise gives you one last chance to relax onboard Seven Seas Navigator and reflect on the experiences of the past two weeks, ready for your journey home.
Your cruise comes to an end today in colourful Miami. Don’t miss the chance for a spot of people-watching at South Beach, or to take in the colourful architecture of the Art Deco District.