14 Night Caribbean Cruise
P&O Azura 28th December 2022
Join the Azura in Barbados and cruise to some of the Caribbean’s dream Island’s. Ports of call include some of the most exotic islands including ; Barbados- St. Vincent – St. Kitts – Tortola – Amber Cove – St. Maarten – Antigua – St. Lucia – Grenada and of course Barbados.
||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
|14 Night Cruise
|On Board Gratuity
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
This beautiful and elegant ship is one of the largest in the P&O fleet and has all the hallmarks of conventional cruising with lots of exciting modern additions. If your looking for a romantic cruise holiday you will appreciate The Retreat, a no children private spa terrace with secluded cabanas and moonlit treatments. With her superb facilities and activities, including four fantastic kids’ clubs, make her a popular choice for families. Single passengers can benefit from special cabins with no supplements incurred. The exclusive dining options on board are sure to impress, as is the delightfully chic central atrium with enticing shops, art gallery and library.
Facilities on board
- Two main formal restaurants, specialty Indian Restaurant and wine bar, several casual eateries.
- Four pools, including one for children
- Luxurious adult Retreat.
- Two-tier main theater, show lounges and live entertainment bars.
- Three dance lounges.
- Outdoor cinema screen
- Tonnage 115,000
- Passenger capacity 3,096
- Total Crew 1,239
- Total Cabins 1,557
- Decks 14
Day 1: Barbados Embark your ship – P&O Azura
Barbados has a, vibrant culture and hospitable wit locals making it a dream location to visit. The coastline offers stunning white sandy beaches, translucent water, and endless water sports and activities. A walk into the city will take you to many shops, selling everything from designer clothes to their famous rum. For those wanting to explore Barbados further, take an island safari – a great way to travel across this beautiful island and learn about the history, culture and folklore.
Day 2: Barbados
Day 3: St. Vincent
St. Vincent is a quiet picturesque island blanketed in green forest and stunning landscape. Visit the small volcano in the centre of the island for panoramic views of the countryside, cascading waterfalls and brightly coloured coral reefs. Visit the Falls of Baleine, so remote it can only be reached by boat. The paths of Montreal Gardens can be walked by tourists or take a drive to the lush banana groves and rain forests of the hilly Mesopotamia region. St Vincent also offers cultural heritage from 19th century forts to ancient petroglyphs created into the cliff rocks
Day 4: At Sea
Day 5: St. Kitts
The subtropical island of Sao Miguel is in the mountainous but beautiful Azores, Ponta Delgada which dates to the 15th Century when it was first occupied by Portuguese and Flemish sailors. The island is home to some spectacular scenery including volcanic lakes, emerald green forests and rocky headlands. Explore Ponta Delgada with its black-and-white tiles, whitewashed buildings and excellent seafood restaurants and sea front bars.
Day 6: Tortola
This is where you will discover the ‘undiscovered’ Caribbean. The unspoiled British Virgin island of Tortola. Less than a five minutes’ walk from the tender drop-off at Wickhams Quay you will find Main Street, home to a vibrant crafts market not to mention some of the loveliest and least crowded beaches in the Caribbean.
Day 7: At Sea
Day 8: Amber Cove (Dominican Republic)
Amber Cove with its plethora of amber semiprecious stones, is the port’s true draw. Along with golden-sand beaches and dramatic cliffs, there’s the city of Puerto Plata, one of the Caribbean’s oldest, founded in the early 1500s. Another nearby option is Santiago de los Caballeros, known locally as simply Santiago, about an hour’s drive from the port. The second-largest city in the Dominican Republic, it is home to excellent museums, historic buildings and cigar and rum makers.
Day 9: At Sea
Day 10: St. Maarten
St. Maarten is an island surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches, lively boardwalks and a mix of culture and heritage. The island is divided into two, Dutch Sint Maarten and French Saint Martin, both of which offer different culture, history and architecture making this island interesting and one of a kind. The Dutch St Maarten Is situated in the south and is alive with bustling resorts, casinos, bars and restaurants while the northern French Saint Martin reminds you of a French fishing village, filled with colour, houses built into the cliffs and mouth-watering cuisine.
Day 11: Antigua
Antigua is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches and sparkling clear water. This island really is a taste of paradise. From snorkeling in the clear waters among untouched coral reefs to finding out about the history of the island, Antigua offers something for everyone. Trips include sailing around the beautiful harbour, horse riding treks to zip wiring through the lush rain-forest.
Day 12: St. Lucia
St. Lucia is a stunning island dressed in mountains, lush tropical foliage, beautiful rain-forests and sandy white beaches. To appreciate the islands natural beauty, you must visit some of the unique attractions. Visit the world’s only drive in volcano, getting up close with multi coloured sulphur pools. Take a trip to the Diamond botanical gardens filled with tropical plants and flowers, trek through the rain-forest to discover some of the islands hidden waterfall’s and snorkel to the sunken wreck and explore the ocean bed alive with marine life and underwater beauty.
Day 13: Grenada
Enjoy the best of the west coast, taking in panoramic views, spice plantations and fishing villages, all typical of Grenada. Visit the one-street fishing community and Nutmeg Station to see the grading, drying and packing process and the ‘must see’ cobalt blue lake of Grand Etang. This extinct volcanic crater lake is situated a breath-taking 1,900 feet above sea level.
Day 14: At Sea
Day 15: Barbados.
Disembark your ship – P&O Azura