Destination Area: Caribbean Ocean/Gulf Of Mexico
Length: 7 NIGHTS
Vessel: Ponant


Departs:

Fort de France (Martinique) on December 27, 2017

Returns:

Forte de France (return) on January 3, 2018


Fares begin at $6,170. per passenger, double occupancy. Gratuities included in the fare are: ground transportation and limited guided tours, all meals on land and at sea, daily cocktail hour, all day soft drinks and wine with dinner aboard ship.

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NEW YEARS IN THE GRENADINES W/ APPROXIMATELY 7 STOPS ALONG THE WAY: 7 Night, Round Trip Voyage From Fort de France, Martinique

Le Ponant is an exclusive, modern, luxury vessel, a three-masted schooner accommodating just 64 guests. She was built in France in 1991, speci ...

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  • Experience your New Year celebration with a voyage to southern West Indies
  • Discover the most beautiful islands in the Grenadines
  • Experience the wild and unspoiled coastline and sail towards the island of Grenada
  • Stroll around the picturesque town of St. George
  • Notice the wonders of the coral reefs in the Tobago Cays National Park
  • Enjoy island hopping in your trip to Saint Lucia with her two majestic rocky peaks jutting directly out of the ocean.

New Year in the Grenadines w/ approximately 7 stops.

Fort de France (Martinique)
Fort de France is the capital of France's Caribbean overseas territory of Martinique. It is also one of the major cities in the Caribbean with it's busy commercial center and historic fort mentioned above.

Fort de France has a lot of history dating back to 1638 when the first fort was build. It was subsequently battered with military mite then rebuilt in 1669. A series of volcanic eruptions destroyed part of the area only to be rebuild to what you see today. Most sailing vessels pass by since there is not much to see other than what you see from your ship.


Bequía, Grenadines
Pretty as a picture describes our beloved Bequia. You’ll be captivated by the island’s charm while strolling along the lovely harbor with its shops, restaurants, and pastel-painted gingerbread homes. There’s a long tradition of boat building and you’ll find a slew of handcrafted model ships, old nautical charts, and rare sailing books to bring back home.

St. George's, Grenada
An attractive colonial-era town spilling down a hillside above the Carenage, with its horseshoe-shaped harbor, Grenada's capital of ST GEORGE'S received the full brunt of Hurricane Ivan's high winds, and the bevy of new terracotta-coloured roofs stand in testament to the power of the wind.

St George's won't take more than a day to explore, and it's worth taking time away from the beach to do so. Though the market is at its liveliest on Saturday morning, most shops close on Saturday afternoons, Sundays and public holidays, making the town a quiet place during those times – except when a cruise ship moors at the spanking new docks, in which case the town explodes into a frenzy of activity, market stalls spring up on shore, restaurants and bars fill up, street vendors and local guides come out in force.


Sandy Island, Anguilla (Brit. Overseas Territory)


Chatham Bay, Union Island
A key feature of the Union Island region is the Tobago Cays National Marine Park. The Tobago Cays are a group of small uninhabited islands surrounded by reefs – snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming with the sea turtles are all favorite pastimes of visitors. Entry to the park (for visitors) costs EC$10/person/day – park fees can be paid in Clifton at the Custom's Offices, the Tobago Cays Marine Park office at the waterfront, or in the park itself from park rangers.

Soufriere & Les Pitons, St Lucia
The most notable landmarks in St. Lucia are without doubt the Pitons. The towering twin volcanoes of Gros Piton and Petite Piton dominate the landscape of the west coast of St. Lucia.

Gros Piton stands approximately 2,400 feet above sea level and Petit Piton approximately 2,200 feet; close to the town of Soufriere in the southwest of the island. The Pitons, now dormant, are one of the most famous landmarks in the entire Caribbean region.


Fort de France (Martinique)
Fort de France is the capital of France's Caribbean overseas territory of Martinique. It is also one of the major cities in the Caribbean with it's busy commercial center and historic fort mentioned above.

Fort de France has a lot of history dating back to 1638 when the first fort was build. It was subsequently battered with military mite then rebuilt in 1669. A series of volcanic eruptions destroyed part of the area only to be rebuild to what you see today. Most sailing vessels pass by since there is not much to see other than what you see from your ship.


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