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Date Port/City Activity Arrival Departure
Day  1 Miami, Florida 4:30PM
Day  2 At Sea
Day  3 At Sea
Day  4 Oranjestad, Aruba Docked 8:00AM 8:00PM
Day  5 Willemstad, Curacao Docked 7:00AM 11:00PM
Day  6 Kralendijk, Bonaire Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  7 At Sea
Day  8 Castries, St. Lucia Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  9 Bridgetown, Barbados Docked 8:00AM 4:00PM
Day  10 St. John's, Antigua Docked 9:00AM 6:00PM
Day  11 Basseterre, St. Kitts Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  12 Philipsburg, St. Maarten Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  13 At Sea
Day  14 At Sea
Day  15 Miami, Florida 7:00AM
Miami, Florida

Day  1: Miami, Florida

The beauty of South Beach's art deco architecture and sparkling beaches are set against a rich backdrop provided by the flavor of the Latin community. Come nightfall, Miami doesn't merely go out, it enthusiastically celebrates the onset of every evening with a passion that you'll find contagious.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  2: At Sea

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Day  3: At Sea

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Oranjestad, Aruba

Day  4: Oranjestad, Aruba

Aruba is probably the all-time most-used synonym for vacation. The capital city, Oranjestad, is a chic blend of Dutch and Caribbean influences, which can be found in everything from the cuisine to the architecture. The charming boutiques of Seaport Village and the tropical gardens in Wilhelmina can be pleasant diversions.

While the Dutch originally settled this island paradise, the remnants of what they brought along are flavored with the essence of the Caribbean, an intermingling that extends to everything from the cuisine to the architecture. Don't miss the charming boutiques and tropical gardens, which illustrate this European influence.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  5: Willemstad, Curacao

No one can blame early European settlers for building so many forts on Willemstad, Curaçao. One look at this former Dutch colony and you will want to claim it all for yourself. Fortunately, the island of Curaçao and its capital city now belong to all of its inhabitants. Drive on the fabled Queen Juliana Bridge, which soars 185 feet above the tepid waters between Punda, Otrobanda and Schottegat. Or stop at the Old Market - Marche. It's casual, and you can enjoy just-caught fish and local delicacies all grilled fresh right before your eyes.

A drive over the fabled Queen Juliana Bridge, 185 feet above the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, presents one of the most breathtaking views of this former Dutch colony. The island's abundance of forts belies its warm, welcoming nature, which you'll discover on a trip to the Old Market. There, you can mingle with the local shoppers and fishmongers, and even enjoy some fresh grilled grouper or snapper.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Day  6: Kralendijk, Bonaire

Largely untouched and unspoiled, the town of Kralendijk on the island of Bonaire is best explained by translating its name.  Kralendijk, Dutch for "coral reef," is a world-class snorkeling and scuba-diving spot. In fact, the entire reef that surrounds the island is a National marine Park. The name Bonaire, French for "good air," hints at the prime habitat for bird-watching. Keep your eyes peeled for 200 species of birds, including the pink flamingo.

Translated from Dutch, Kralendijk means "coral reef," a tribute to the expansive and dazzling underwater ecosystem that surrounds the entire island, which has been designated a National Marine Park. The name Bonaire, French for "good air," hints at the prime habitat for bird watching. Keep your eyes peeled for 200 species of birds, including the pink flamingo.

Day  7: At Sea

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Castries, St. Lucia

Day  8: Castries, St. Lucia

Famous for its twin peaks shaped by the upheaval of a now extinct volcano, St. Lucia is one of the truly unspoiled islands in all the Caribbean. Here you'll find a variety of landscapes and eco-systems not found anywhere else in the region, including rain forests, mountains and beaches that truly deserve the "pristine" designation.

Owing to its somewhat checkered past, St. Lucia boasts both French and British influences. Its famous twin peaks are among the most startling geological formations in the world, while the island's easily accessible and expansive coral reefs make it a preferred destination for snorkelers.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Bridgetown, Barbados

Day  9: Bridgetown, Barbados

If you were to close your eyes while enjoying a "high tea in Trafalgar Square," you would swear you were in London - if it weren't for the warm breezes and emerald green waters enveloping you. Nicknamed "Little England" by some, Barbados is home to many museums that chronicle the island's rich past and over 100 shipwrecks along its reefs that are a playground for divers from around the world.

While the surroundings and weather are unmistakably Caribbean, the ambiance is decidedly British. High tea is still served nearly everywhere, examples of Victorian architecture can be found throughout the city, cricket is a national obsession, and even the drivers observe the traditional left-side-of-the-road traffic rules.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

St. John's, Antigua

Day  10: St. John's, Antigua

Some people seek to climb every 14,000-foot peak in North America. Others spend years hiking the Appalachian Trail. Well, St. John's offers a different type of challenge - one that can test the limits of beach towels and sunblock like few can. With 365 beaches to explore, you will need to pace yourself. Rest assured that each beach is as beautiful and captivating as the last.

What once attracted famed British seafarer Lord Horatio Nelson and the Royal Navy to these tranquil shores so many years ago now draws visitors who explore its extensive bird sanctuaries, snorkel amongst the coral reefs, and leave footprints on white sand beaches where pirates once trod.

Basseterre, St. Kitts

Day  11: Basseterre, St. Kitts

What is a town square fashioned after London's Piccadilly Circus doing in the middle of an island that once served as the sugar-trading epicenter of the Caribbean? It's just one of many surprises St. Kitts has in store for visitors to this historic and enchanting piece of Caribbean real estate.

With a town square fashioned after London's Piccadilly Circus, St. Kitts blends the gentrified feel of a European capital with island ease. For centuries, the island was well known as one of the region's largest producers of sugarcane.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Day  12: Philipsburg, St. Maarten

The Dutch and French left their mark on this heavenly slice of tropical delight. St. Maarten's beaches are among the region's most breathtaking, but do try to catch your breath. You'll need it when you first lay eyes on the caves and majestic cliffs of Cupecoy Beach. For shopping, St. Maarten's duty-free emporiums and the quaint French boutiques of Marigot are all you could ever want.

St. Maarten has two sides-a French and a Dutch. You can stroll along the magnificent beaches for hours, browse the endless French boutiques and duty-free shops, or visit sights like the cliffs and caves of Cupecoy Beach.

Day  13: At Sea

There's absolutely nothing like it. A freshly manicured lawn on the highest deck of the ship. This is The Lawn Club. Enjoy casual outdoor activities in a decidedly Country Club atmosphere, and let the grass between your toes take you places no cruise has gone before.

Day  14: At Sea

The most stylish ships at sea. Each, a destination unto itself, offers more unique experiences, more restaurants, and an entirely new approach to stateroom design. Currently, there are three in this class, with our newest poised to premiere in 2012.

Miami, Florida

Day  15: Miami, Florida

The beauty of South Beach's art deco architecture and sparkling beaches are set against a rich backdrop provided by the flavor of the Latin community. Come nightfall, Miami doesn't merely go out, it enthusiastically celebrates the onset of every evening with a passion that you'll find contagious.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.



*Prices shown in U. S. Dollars. Prices are per person, cruise only, based on double occupancy (unless otherwise specified), in USD and subject to availability. Governmental taxes and fees are additional. Certain restrictions may apply.