Cruise the Caribbean

Join us on an exquisite, all-inclusive odyssey around palm-fringed Caribbean islands covered in sun-soaked white sands. Leave your cares at home as you’re luxuriously indulged by exceptional on board service and entertainment while savouring delectable meals and an inclusive drinks package. From this palatial base of discovery, we’ll disembark on exotic islands and truly explore local cultures and fabulous scenery on an exhilarating programme of private tours just for us.

An archipelago boasting over 7000 islands, the Caribbean is home to some of the world’s most outstanding feats of natural beauty. Discover the British colonial architecture of Bridgetown, relax on the silky sand beaches of Tortola and sample the local delicacies on offer in Grenada, the spice island of the Caribbean. Although each island we visit is part of the Caribbean, discover each individual island’s unique life and soul, with no two destinations the same!

One thing that remains constant no matter where you travel in the Caribbean is the laid-back vibe; taking things slow and enjoying a relaxed pace is a way of life here. Everywhere you look, there are spatterings of colour and vibrancy, making every inch of these islands come alive. With a mishmash of cultures and influences from different countries, the Caribbean is certainly a multicultural melting pot awaiting discovery.

Our ship, the MS Braemar, is the epitome of splendour, with an abundance of on board facilities and services to make your experience as luxurious as possible. A selection of dining areas, brimming with delectable and tempting dishes, and myriad bars and lounges where you can make ample use of the inclusive drinks package. Spend your days at sea being pampered at the spa, soaking up the sun on deck and sampling the sumptuous afternoon tea. Join Traveleyes as we explore the hidden delights of the Caribbean, with days filled with glistening white sand beaches and nights full of glitz and glamour, cocktails and entertainment!

Tour Highlights

  • Discover the flavour of the Caribbean in St George’s
  • Sample the unique taste of cactus liqueur
  • Relax in the Caribbean sun on white sand beaches
  • Visit the cascading waterfalls in Roseau
  • Explore the charming UNESCO World Heritage town Willemstead
  • Dine in style with refined on board meals
  • Enjoy your included drinks package under the Caribbean sun
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  • Dates & Prices

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    February 28 - March 15, 2019 (16 days)


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    Discounted Sighted Price: £2799 Book Now

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    A catamaran sits atop still and tranquil blue waters
  • Colonial buildings and balconies

    What's Included

    • Flights and transfers from the UK (UK prices only)
    • 14 nights' accommodation on board the MS Braemar
    • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners*
    • Inclusive drinks package**
    • Specified excursions
    • Services of local guides
    • Services of a Traveleyes tour manager
  • Excursions

    • Bridgetown walking tour
    • St George’s waterfalls and spice tour
    • Kralendijk tour with tastings
    • Grand Turk tour
    • St Kitts tour
    • Roseau tour
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Below is the itinerary for the holiday. Please click each day for more information.

Thursday 28th February

Today we shall depart for our flight to Barbados where we will join Fred Olsen’s Braemar. We’ll board the ship and settle in before meeting for our first dinner. Our ship will remain in port this evening.

Dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Friday 1st March

Today we shall begin our discovery of the Caribbean in Bridgetown, Barbados’ capital and only city. Barbados has been inhabited since the 13th century by the Kalinago people and prior to this by the Amerindians. The Spanish came to the island in the 15th century before the British claimed it for King James I. The city has an incredible story to tell, much of this hailing from its days as the primary hub for the sugar trade of the British Empire. Barbados was established as an independent Commonwealth country in 1966 and has since enjoyed an astronomical rise in popularity as a tourist destination. The city is also home to some fantastic indoor markets, where local crafts, materials and clothes can be negotiated over.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner Included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Saturday 2nd March

Today we arrive at the capital of Grenada, St George’s. Grenada boasts an abundance of dazzling white sand beaches, lined with luscious and bright rainforests and is regarded by many as the most idyllic of the Caribbean isles. Once we have docked, we shall embark on a tour of the “spice island” and uncover all the hidden charms this understated island has to offer.  We start our day by heading along the West Coast, making our way to the Concord Waterfalls; three cascading waterfalls, surrounded by spice trees and exotic flowers. You may wish to take a dip in the revitalising and refreshing pools after our walk to reach these feats of natural beauty.

Following from this, we shall carry on to the nearby fishing village Gouyave and its spice plantation where we shall learn the about picking spices and the process that follows. After this, we shall head to another institution of life on the island – the chocolate factory. Here we will walk through the cocoa fields and our guide will explain how each delectable piece of chocolate is formed – we shall then have the opportunity to sample the sumptuous treat! On our way back to the ship, we shall briefly head inland to catch a glimpse of the beauty that lies within – such as the Grand Etang Lake and the archaic, crumbling plantations that stand still in time.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Sunday 3rd March

Our first full day at sea today promises relaxation, delicious foods and fabulous entertainment. Immerse yourself in the Caribbean way of life, sit back, relax…and grab a drink!

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Monday 4th March

Our journey today sees us arrive into Willemstead, Curacao, a quaint Dutch island nestled between Bonaire and Aruba. An island filled with beautiful bays, colonial towns and tropical vibes, Willemstead itself is now recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and divided into two regions by St Ann’s Bay. Punda region lies to the east and Otrobanda to the west, joined by the famed Queen Emma Bridge. Explore Willemstead today and discover its rich and varied history, with influences from Spanish, French and British colonial times making this city an assorted mix of architectural styles. With over 765 listed buildings, an array of mouth-watering restaurants and a plethora of tempting shops, Willemstead offers a little bit of something for everyone.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Tuesday 5th March

Today we arrive into Kralendijk, the capital of Bonaire. This Dutch island situated in the Caribbean Sea is the perfect example of the colonial influences found across the Caribbean. An eclectic mix of colourful and vibrant buildings juxtaposed by colonial architecture. We shall embark on a guided tour across the north and south of Bonaire beginning in the capital, whose name translates to “coral stone”. The origin of this name is easy to see as we drive along the coast line, with shores coated in washed up coral. Today our tour takes us to some of the most pivotal parts of Bonaire and its history, such as the famous pink waters of the salt planes and the deeply poignant slave huts that act as a reminder of what has been overcome. We’ll also have the opportunity for a unique tasting experience – have you ever tried drinking a cactus? After this, you can say yes! We shall visit the Cadushy Distillery, to sample this quirky liqueur. After our tour we shall return to the port and board the ship as we head to our next destination.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Wednesday 6th March

Today we enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean from the water as we travel from Bonaire to the Virgin Islands. Spend your day lapping up the sun as you relax by the pool, take a refreshing dip in the waters or make a trip to the on-board spa for some much needed rejuvenation.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner. included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Thursday 7th March

Today we arrive into Road Town, the Capital of the British Virgin Islands. Tortola is well known for its array of white sand beaches and lush green forests alongside bejewelled harbours. Spend your day sampling the delectable foods available at one of the many local eateries, enjoy the array of local crafts on offer throughout the port and experience the busy centre of island life. If you wish, you can make your way to the Baths, an area of natural beauty, known for the bulbous rocks that jut out of the dazzling water, twisted caves and tantalising platinum beaches.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Friday 8th March

As we spend a day at sea, use this time to catch up with the friends you have made on this trip. Soak up some more of the Caribbean rays, admire the dazzling beauty of the still ocean water and make use of the many fantastic facilities on board.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Saturday 9th March

Today we visit Grand Turk, the capital island of the Turks and Caicos islands. Known for being the island where time stood still, Grand Turk is the historic heartbeat of the Caribbean.

We shall embark on a tour of this historic island in true keeping with the theme of Grand Turk, as we board our transportation for the day – authentic, old-style trams! We shall make our way through the winding roads, where we will pass archaic buildings, traditional homes and other nods to the past such as cannons, abandoned windmills and the old lighthouse. Along the way we will stop at the capital, Cockburn, a town that has played a vital role in the shaping of life in Grand Turk. Find streets lined with ancient houses and government offices. The architecture here reflects the various influences of the past, such as the salt harvesters and miners who resided here in the late 1600s. Here we’ll have some time to wander through these streets steeped with history and soak up the collection of cultures that have led to the formation of Grand Turk as you see it. Following on from our tour we shall return to the port, where you may wish to spend more time exploring the surrounding area or return to board for lunch.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Sunday 10th March

Today is yours at leisure as we spend the day travelling further around the Caribbean Sea. Be sure to take full advantage of your inclusive drinks package, as you watch a breath-taking sunset with a cold beverage in hand!

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Monday 11th March

Our journey today sees us dock at the beautiful island of St Kitts. Our day begins in the capital city of Basseterre, where we will stop at many of the city’s highlights such as St George’s Anglican Church, Berkeley Memorial and many more sights of historic importance. As you are taken from point to point, be sure to note the Spanish and English influences in the architectural stylings of these ancient buildings.

Following this, we will visit Romney Manor, a grand 17th century house constructed for the grandfather of President Thomas Jefferson. Surrounded by breath-taking gardens and brimming with botanical delights, this picturesque setting is not to be missed! After ample time here, our tour then takes us to Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is truly something to behold; nestled at the top of a volcanic point, this national park boasts both a fascinating story but also unparalleled views of St Kitts’ coastline!

We’ll conclude our day of discovery with some down time on one of the many stunning beaches found on the island. Take some time to revel in the Caribbean sun, dive into the revitalising sea and get into the swing of the Caribbean way of life. We shall later return to the ship for the rest of the day before departing.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Tuesday 12th March

Welcome to the island of Antigua! Full of the Caribbean’s signature laid back charm, sunshine and the geniality of the locals, St John’s promises to deliver a true Caribbean experience. Use your day to explore the myriad of pristine beaches, sample local cuisine and get your daily dose of culture and history by heading to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Nelson’s Dockyard.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Wednesday 13th March

For our final trip of the cruise we venture to the islands most sought after spot, the Trafalgar Waterfalls. On route we shall stop at Morne Bruce – here we will pause to take in the outstanding views looking out over Roseau. Following this we shall make our way to the botanical gardens, home to an array of the islands most luscious of greenery such as the national tree the Bois Kwaib and famed for the Baobab tree- one of the oldest trees on the island that lies atop a crushed school bus from the hurricane in 1979.

We continue our journey through Roseau Valley, giving us chance to take in more of the natural beauty found across the island as we pass fields of wild fruit and vegetables, bountiful and lavish jungles and imposing mountain faces. We shall then arrive at the Trafalgar Waterfalls, where we will be greeted by the sounds of cascading water crashing against the rocks below. Often regarded as the most spectacular sight on the island, these waterfalls are not to be missed. This afternoon we shall return to the port, where you may wish to explore this majestic island further or return to the ship.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Overnight on board the Braemar.

Thursday 14th March

Today we arrive back into Bridgetown where our travels began. Here we shall depart and make our way to the airport to begin our journey back home.

Breakfast included.

Friday 15th March

Today we shall arrive home and bid farewell to our group; until next time!

No visas are required for entry to the islands from the UK with a UK passport, however please make sure your passport has at least 6 months left before expiry.

Our cabin allocation is a mix of ocean view and interior view cabins. These will be randomly allocated closer to the time of departure.

Single supplement – £1050

*Please note that whilst all breakfasts, lunches and dinners are included, this is only applicable to meals on board. If you participate in any included shore excursions that overlap with meal times, the meal will not be provided for you.

**The inclusive drinks package is subject to Fred Oslen’s drinks package rules and is only applicable to certain drinks.