Take some time to visit the historical highlights on Barbados, including St Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba and Holetown.
Sample some of the islands best food in Speightstown or Oistins.
Embark on a seafaring adventure navigating the Windward Isles onboard the Royal Clipper Sailing vessel.
- Rodney Bay
- Falmouth Harbour
- Terre De Haut
- Fort de France
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With international flights from a choice of airports including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Day 1 Oistins
International outbound flight , Barbados , Oistins
Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Barbados. On arrival in Barbados you will be met by a local representative and transferred to your nearby accommodation in Oistins. After checking in you will have the evening to relax.
Day 2 Oistins
Day 3 Oistins
Day 4 Bridgetown
Leave your accommodation in Oistins today and transfer to Bridgetown Marina in time to meet your cruise. Spend the next seven nights onboard the magnificent Royal Clipper sailing vessel. Cruise from Barbados to Martinique and back taking in the beautiful islands of St Lucia and Dominica en route.
Day 5 Bridgetown
Throughout the morning, the ship continues sailing towards the next port of call, St Lucia’s Rodney Bay. St Lucia is perhaps one of the Caribbean’s most iconic destinations, easily spotted by its verdant interior and plunging seaside mountains – the famous Pitons.
Day 6 Bridgetown
Cabrits , Bridgetown
Today the Royal Clipper unites with its sister ship, the Star Flyer, sailing together to Cabrits on the north-west tip of Dominica. The large national park is home to lush tropical forest, native wildlife and the resorted British garrison at Fort Shirley where you are afforded panoramic views of Prince Rupert Bay.
Day 7 Bridgetown
Falmouth Harbour , Bridgetown
Today sailing takes you to Falmouth Harbour in Antigua, playground to the rich and famous and the epicentre of the Caribbean yachting world. This was one of the well-trodden haunts of Admiral Nelson, so much so that one of the docks is named after him.
Day 8 Bridgetown
Basseterre , Bridgetown
St Kitts was the first successful colony in the British West Indies and make for an interesting day exploring. Shop in colourful Basseterre or tour the old plantation houses or for the adventurous there is a brisk hike available through the rainforest. Later this afternoon, Royal Clipper makes a stop at South Friar’s Bay.
Day 9 Bridgetown
Day 10 Bridgetown
Fort de France , Bridgetown
Martinique is the classic French Caribbean island. Wild and mysterious, yet urbane and sophisticated, it is France with a tropical twist, with something for almost everyone. You won't be able to resist the charms of spicy Creole cooking and tempting boutiques in Fort de France.
Day 11 Bathsheba
Day 12 Bathsheba
Day 13 Bathsheba
Day 14 International return flight
Bathsheba , International return flight
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