HAUTE CARIBBEAN HOLIDAYS

HAUTE CARIBBEAN HOLIDAYS

Luxury Cruise Visiting the Caribbean Islands

All-Inclusive Luxury Cruise
MIAMI TO MIAMI  |  ABOARD THE CRYSTAL SERENITY
15 Days | Dec 22, 2019 - January 6, 2020
Fares from $6680 per person 
 
Highlights:
Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos | Gustavia, St. Barts | Key West, Florida

Wrap your holidays in the warmth of the Caribbean sunshine on a celebratory voyage through enchanting tropical isles and crystalline waters perfect for all manner of water play.

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DAY 1 | MIAMI, FLORIDA

As famous for its Art Deco Historic District as for its beach bodies and international style, Miami is unapologetically fabulous. Admire the full glory of Miami Beach with a stroll along South Beach's famous Ocean Boulevard, where splendidly restored art deco buildings compete with fashion models and sun worshipers for attention. Taste Cuban cuisine and culture in Little Havana on the mainland.

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DAY 2 | CRUISING THE
ATLANTIC OCEAN

Enjoy a rich variety of onboard culinary options and activities, from Michelin-inspired dining and world-class entertainment to pampering spa interludes, personal enrichment and six-star service at every turn.

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DAY 3 | GRAND TURK

Dive into the waters with one of the largest networks of coral reef in the world. Turks & Caicos has plenty of on-shore activities and places to relax, but the water is where you want to be to get enjoy some of the best diving and snorkeling around.

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DAY 4 | CRUISING THE CARIBBEAN SEA

Kauai is better known by its well-deserved nickname, the "Garden Isle." Fewer people live here than on the larger neighboring islands, but Hawaiian residents and out-of-state visitors alike are attracted to its acclaimed beaches, rugged emerald-colored cliffs, cascading waterfalls and magnificent sandy shores. Secluded coves are found all along the island's irregular coastline and a luxuriant rainforest flourishes on the "wet" side of the island, Kaui being one of the wettest spots on earth.

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DAY 5 | PHILLIPSBURG, SINT MAARTEN

With its colorful mix of French charm and Dutch hospitality, St. Maarten is like two islands rolled into one. In 1648, it was amicably divided between Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin until 2010. The island covers an area of 37 square miles, 17 of which are Dutch. Small as it is, St. Maarten has something for everyone - hideaway beaches, interesting cuisine and sophisticated boutiques.

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DAY 6 | PHILLIPSBURG,
SINT MAARTEN

With its colorful mix of French charm and Dutch hospitality, St. Maarten is like two islands rolled into one. In 1648, it was amicably divided between Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin until 2010. The island covers an area of 37 square miles, 17 of which are Dutch. Small as it is, St. Maarten has something for everyone - hideaway beaches, interesting cuisine and sophisticated boutiques.

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DAY 6 | GUSTAVIA, ST. BARTS

Island of celebrity hideaways and posh bungalows, considered by many to be the most elite and glamorous of all the Caribbean isles, St. Barts is home to 22 incredible beaches. Anse de Flamanes presents camera-ready scenery, Baie de St-Jean serves up beachside bistros, and Anse de Grand Cul-de-Sac offers an array of watersports.

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DAY 7 | ST. JOHN'S, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA  

sunny climate, easy-going hospitality and 365 superb beaches make this island a favorite for sun-seekers. Its beautiful National Park stretches for ten square miles – here you’ll find the famous English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard. Horatio Nelson was posted here early in his career and the harbor was the headquarters for the British fleet during the 1800s.

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DAY 8 | CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA

Stunning and dramatic, the emerald green Pitons rise from azure waters on this magical isle of quaint bays and lush landscapes and delightful strains of Creole.

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DAY 9 | BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS

Barbados is sun-drenched beaches, clear blue-green waters and cool trade winds. Its capital is a UNESCO treasure and inland you’ll see lovingly preserved plantation houses, lush sugar cane fields and fragrant gardens. Reminders of former British rule abound, from cricket fields to Lord Nelson's statue and the original Trafalgar Square. Don't miss Bridgetown's bustling Careenage and the shops on Broad Street, which offer deals on luxury imports from Britain.

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DAY 10 | BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS

Barbados is sun-drenched beaches, clear blue-green waters and cool trade winds. Its capital is a UNESCO treasure and inland you’ll see lovingly preserved plantation houses, lush sugar cane fields and fragrant gardens. Reminders of former British rule abound, from cricket fields to Lord Nelson's statue and the original Trafalgar Square. Don't miss Bridgetown's bustling Careenage and the shops on Broad Street, which offer deals on luxury imports from Britain.

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DAY 11 | CRUISING THE CARIBBEAN SEA

Stunning and dramatic, the emerald green Pitons rise from azure waters on this magical isle of quaint bays and lush landscapes and delightful strains of Creole.

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DAY 12 | ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA

Welcome to the capital city of the British Virgin Islands… its Main Street lined with colonial-era buildings painted in shades of pastel with colorful shutters and delicate wood trim. Trek through the rain-forested Mount Sage National Park for sweeping views, or play on spectacular white sand beaches with names like Smuggler’s Cove and Cane Garden Bay (immortalized in Jimmy Buffet’s “Mañana”).

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DAY 13 | CRUISING THE OLD BAHAMA CHANNEL

Barbados is sun-drenched beaches, clear blue-green waters and cool trade winds. Its capital is a UNESCO treasure and inland you’ll see lovingly preserved plantation houses, lush sugar cane fields and fragrant gardens. Reminders of former British rule abound, from cricket fields to Lord Nelson's statue and the original Trafalgar Square. Don't miss Bridgetown's bustling Careenage and the shops on Broad Street, which offer deals on luxury imports from Britain.

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DAY 14 | KEY WEST, FLORIDA

In the past, Key West was the winter home of Ernest Hemingway, John James Audubon and President Truman. Today it is a retreat for writers and artists. Its atmosphere is reminiscent of the Caribbean, yet it is the southernmost town of the continental United States. Take a stroll along Duval Street, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, or explore its interesting art galleries and boutiques.

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DAY 15 | MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA

Disembark