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Date Port/City Activity Arrival Departure
Day  1 San Juan, Puerto Rico 8:30PM
Day  2 At Sea
Day  3 Bridgetown, Barbados Docked 8:00AM 5:30PM
Day  4 Castries, St. Lucia Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  5 St. John's, Antigua Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  6 Philipsburg, St. Maarten Docked 8:00AM 6:00PM
Day  7 Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Docked 8:00AM 5:00PM
Day  8 San Juan, Puerto Rico 6:00AM
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Day  1: San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan has two distinct personalities: there's the vibrant, modern port city, and then there's the historic colonial outpost first conquered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1508. Spanish influence is evident everywhere in the city. Visit fortifications, museums and cathedrals throughout the city and remember to wear comfortable shoes.

While San Juan is a vibrant, modern port city, it also has one foot anchored proudly in the past, dating back to its time as a Spanish colonial outpost. Many of the old structures, including forts and cathedrals, date back to the early 16th century and the conquest by Juan Ponce de León in 1508.

Day  2: At Sea

Acclaimed British group, Tenors of Rock, mash up heavy metal music with choir-like voices to cover classic rock songs in their own unique style. The five-man group’s enormous vocal range and harmonic complexity is nothing short of phenomenal and received rave reviews from the judges when they appeared on the X-Factor (UK). When we first heard them, we agreed (and we hope you will too): Tenors of Rock push traditional musical boundaries to their limits in order to create an unforgettable, rock-music experience that really is like no other.

Bridgetown, Barbados

Day  3: 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.

Castries, St. Lucia

Day  4: 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.

St. John's, Antigua

Day  5: 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.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Day  6: 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  7: Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Duty free is the name of the game here. Bargains can be had all over the island. From trinkets to that perfect something you've been looking for to go over the fireplace mantel, St. Thomas is a shoppers paradise. Bluebeard the pirate may have been a cutthroat, but he understood the concept of location, location, location. Visit his castle at Magen's Bay and see for yourself.

This capital port of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is on the coast of a mountainous tropical paradise. Catch a great view of the Caribbean Sea from Drake's Seat or find your way to Paradise Point and their tram overlooking the harbor.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Day  8: San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan has two distinct personalities: there's the vibrant, modern port city, and then there's the historic colonial outpost first conquered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1508. Spanish influence is evident everywhere in the city. Visit fortifications, museums and cathedrals throughout the city and remember to wear comfortable shoes.

While San Juan is a vibrant, modern port city, it also has one foot anchored proudly in the past, dating back to its time as a Spanish colonial outpost. Many of the old structures, including forts and cathedrals, date back to the early 16th century and the conquest by Juan Ponce de León in 1508.



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