October can’t come quick enough!
Every day is a lazy day with this amazing sun-filled crossing. That’s right – your tropical journey will start in Southampton where you’ll make your way across the Caribbean Sea and spend your days relaxing on the warmer shores of St. Maarten, Dominica and Grenada.
And adding to this already epic experience is the fact you’ll get to sail on P&O Cruises’ stunning flagship, Britannia. Designed with British guests in mind with its Union Jack exterior and royal name, you can expect some real homely touches.
Wondering what you can do onboard? This grand ship offers the perfect balance of fun and relaxation – one minute you could be working up a sweat in the ship’s dance class, and the next minute you could be unwinding in your very own private whirlpool spa.
This price is based on two people sharing an inside cabin and covers all of your meals onboard, apart from those in the ship’s speciality restaurants. Fancy splurging on that extra slice of luxury? Then you can always upgrade to a balcony cabin from just £1,079 per person.
- Day 1 – Southampton, England
- Day 2 – At sea
- Day 3 – At sea
- Day 4 – At sea
- Day 5 – Ponta Delgada, Azores, arrive 08.59am, depart 3.00pm
- Day 6 – At sea
- Day 7 – At sea
- Day 8 – At sea
- Day 9 – At sea
- Day 10 – At sea
- Day 11 – Philipsburg, St. Maarten, arrive 08.59am, depart 9.00pm
- Day 12 – St Kitts, arrive 08.59am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 13 – Dominica, arrive 08.59am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 14 – Grenada, arrive 08.59am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 15 – Bridgetown Barbados
- 14 nights onboard Britannia, in an inside cabin
- Full Board – all meals and onboard entertainment
- Return flights to London Gatwick from Barbados, flights to Manchester and Birmingham are avaiable at an additional cost of £50pp
Nearly twice the size of Barbados, this Caribbean island doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. Not your typical Caribbean beach resort, Dominica is more about boutique hotels, lush rainforests and home cooked cuisine. This lesser-known island is also known as the whale watching capital of the Caribbean with over 22 species spotted in its waters.
Typical of the Caribbean, St Maarten offers sun drenched beaches and small towns. But despite its Caribbean feel, you’ll also find European touches with its part French, part Dutch ownership. That’s right – this tropical island has two sides which both offer a very different holiday experience. Besides, with some of the best beaches in the Caribbean paired with best duty-free prices around, St Maarten has many draws.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||21 October 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Inside Cabin|
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