Tour to the blissful island of Guadeloupe that forms an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. This island is located South of the island of Antigua and north of the island of Dominica and the official language is French but most of the population also speaks Antillean Creole. Be prepared to eat fantastic French-Caribbean fusion cuisines, taste French wine, and experience some of the best rum the Caribbean has to offer. Tour through the Memorial Acte or simply relax in the beautiful St. Anne and Pointe des Chateaux beaches. Or, if you're interested in the unique, isolated history and culture of the island simply visit the Memorial ACTe museum. Tour the Caribbean on a small ship cruise that allows access to smaller coves, reefs, and ports. Contact our travel experts to start planning your ideal trip to Guadeloupe today!
10 Best Guadeloupe Small Ship Cruises for 2024-2025
Best Guadeloupe Small Ship Cruise Lines for 2024-2025
Ponant - the sole French cruise line lets you escape to les Saintes - Guadeloupe in luxury. Discover the rich and diverse seabed beneath the clear waters on an unforgettable diving excursion aboard the explorer ship Le Champlain and get lost in the horizon as you watch the colorful saintoise fishing boats take to the seas.
Star Clippers Americas - the acknowledged specialist in sailing cruises, has been sharing the dream with thousands of passengers from all over the world onboard its three sailing ships. Star Flyer is a true clipper ship, reflecting its proud heritage, the tradition, and the charm of the legendary era of sailing. This 115 meters long boat carries just 166 guests in pampered comfort across Guadeloupe.
Sea Cloud Cruises - have sails that are still traditionally set by hand – a real piece of work. It is always a spectacular moment when the sailors climb the rigging, loosen the heavy cloth and then powerfully tension the lines on deck. Majestic tall ships Sea Cloud and Sea Cloud II, offer you a balanced mixture of real sailing experience and exciting discoveries ashore in Guadeloupe.