Marigot is the main town on the French side of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin. The island is widely known for its hundreds of gourmet restaurants on both sides of the island. Neighbouring islands include Saint-Barthélemy, Anguilla, Saba, Sint Eustatius "Statia", Saint Kitts and Nevis. With the exception of Nevis, all of these islands are easily visible on a clear day from St. Martin.
Day 2-3 At Sea
Enjoy the many on board amenities on the Wind Star as you cruise the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.
Day 4 Oranjestad, Aruba
When it comes to the Caribbean, many islands are blessed with sugar-white beaches, tall palm trees, and friendly bartenders serving up umbrella-topped drinks. But Aruba is like no other island. Over the years, its Dutch West Indies mix of ethnicities has nurtured a deep and interesting cultural mélange—as well as fine cuisine, refined shopping, and vibrant stage shows. Add to that an outdoor world of internationally significant locations for fun-seeking folks of all ages. There is simply no better place on the planet to learn and enjoy windsurfing. The world-renowned steady breezes that fill the sails also keep us cool in a deep Caribbean location that is blissfully below the hurricane path. Sun always shines on our pristine beaches, and that brings a truly global group of travelers to her shores.
Day 5 At Sea
Enjoy another day relaxing at sea.
Day 6 Cartagena, Colombia
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Day 7 At Sea
Enjoy a final day at sea aboard the Wind Star.
Day 8 Colon, Panama
Colon’s history has always been defined by the desire for the riches of its natural resources. From its gold and silver to its value as a trade route made possible by the Panama Canal, Colon is today known for the Zona Libre – the largest free-trade zone in the Americas. The Zona Libre links producers in North America, the Far East and Europe with the Latin American market. As such, it is home to more than 1,600 companies and several dozen banks. Far less commercial, the area surrounding the city encompasses pristine beaches, lowland rainforests, splendid colonial architecture and wonders of modern engineering. This variety of environments allows a wide range of activities that include snorkeling in the clear Caribbean waters, exploring ruins or even marveling at the massive locks on the other side of the Panama Canal.
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Deck one stateroom, 188 square feet. Some offer third berths. Oceanview, private facilities, luxury amenities.
Deck two stateroom, 188 square feet. Some offer 3rd berths. Oceanview, private facilities, luxury amenities.
Cabin #107 on deck one, 220 square feet. Oceanview, private sitting area and facilities, luxury amenities.
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- Taxes, government and security fees range from $35 to $325
- Many shore excursions are offered and are an additional cost, please call for more details.
- Complimentary water sports are available when ships are at anchor and where conditions and local government authorities permit. Mediterranean voyages offer limited water sports activities. In the event of turbulent seas and adverse weather conditions, water sports may be cancelled for safety reasons.
Fares are based on double occupancy and are capacity controlled. Rates may increase at any time as the ship sells out and subject to change without notice.
The trip might have been the absolute best of our lifetime (thus far). We particularly want to commend our guide Peter in the Guilin area-he was so incredibly attentive, energetic, enthusiastic-and absolutely dedicated to ensuring that our meals were 100% vegetarian.