THE RITZ-CARLTON YACHT COLLECTION     LUXURY CARIBBAN VOYAGES

DEPARTURE FEB 15 2020

VOYAGE: Bridgetown〜Oranjestad 11200215

DURATION: 7 Nights

FARES FROM USD $4,726*

ITINERARY/OVERWIEW

Feb15 Bridgetown21:00 Depart

Feb16 Bequia 09:00 arrive 17:00 depart

Feb17 Bequia 06:00 depart

Feb17 Mayreau 09:00 arrive 18:00 depart

Feb18 St,Georges 09:00 arrive 17:00 depart

Feb19 Sailing Time

Feb20 Kralengijk 08:00 arrive 22:00 depart

Feb21 Willemstad 08:00 arrive 22:00 depart

Feb22 Oranjested 07:00 arrive

 

 

 

Sail routes less traveled to experience the natural beauty and wonders of the Grenadines before discovering a the legendary Spice Isle and the "ABC Islands"—Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao—of the Leeward Antilles.

 

SUITES&FARES

■THE OWNER SUITES Please Call For Information                                                          Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS

・Large private terrace overlooking the ocean, with private whirlpool

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE vIEW SUITES Please Call For Information                                                             Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Dramatic floor to ceiling glass throughout

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE GRand Suites $9,226*                                                                                                     Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE LOFT SUITES  $9,226*                                                                                                Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS  

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean on the upper level

・Picture window on the lower level

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern living and dining area on the upper level

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

・Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

 ■THE SIGNATURE MID SUITES  $7,926*                                                                           Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

 

■THE SIGNATURE  SUITES  $7,626*                                                                                    Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

■THE TERRACE MID SUITES  $4,926*                                                                                  Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

■THE TERRACE  SUITES  $4,726*                                                                                          Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference  

*Fares are per person based on double occupancy.Taxes,fees and port extenses of $126 per passenger are includes.

■Fort Lauderdale,Florida

With an average temperature of 75 degrees and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, Fort Lauderdale’s gorgeous beaches are just the beginning of the city’s attractions. Venturing into the water allows for scuba diving, deep-sea fishing or an airboat tour of the Everglades with a live gator show. Often called the “Venice of America” for its many canals and waterways, Fort Lauderdale is also a lovely place for a stroll. A trek along the Riverwalk reveals a tropical landscape lined with restaurants, art and entertainment and continues down Las Olas Boulevard for a posh shopping spree. Architectural highlights include the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Stranahan House and City Hall. Also check out FAT Village, downtown's creative enclave for art, crafts, music and fun. Restaurants showcase the wizardry of celebrity chefs as well as local talent. Settle in for the atmosphere and ambrosia in any number of Jamaican and Brazilian restaurants citywide.

 

■Samana,Dominican Republic    

 

The Samaná peninsula is the Dominican Republic’s natural treasure, a region of verdant mountains, waterfalls, a beautiful bay and miles of pristine beaches. The port town of Santa Bárbara de Samaná overlooks Samaná Bay, where the annual winter gathering of thousands of Atlantic humpback whales is the top attraction. At the bay’s western end, Los Haitises National Park preserves and protects a diverse collection of subtropical plants and birds amid the forests and mangroves. Samaná’s famous beaches are on the northern coast along the Atlantic. Las Terrenas, the most developed town, has a decidedly cosmopolitan air, thanks to the French and Italian expats drawn to the silky sands and crystalline waters of Playa Bonita and Playa El Portillo. Quiet Las Galeras, at the peninsula’s remote far end, is the closest village to idyllic Playa Rincón.

 ■Santo Doming,Dominican Republic

 

The capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo is a big, energetic city with a vibrant urban culture. At its heart is the walled Zona Colonial, a compact district of cobblestone streets and graceful plazas lined with incredible heritage architecture, some dating to the early 1500s. Sights include the Catedral Primada de América, the ruins of the San Francisco monastery, and the original Spanish-built fortifications, as well as museums, shops and eateries. Galleries, designer boutiques, cool cafés and hot restaurants for modern Dominican cuisine have injected energy and new life into the increasingly revitalized historic district. Outside the Zona Colonial, the Plaza de la Cultura is home to the Museo de Arte Moderno and other major institutions. The National Botanical Garden and the caverned lagoons of Los Tres Ojos are natural retreats within the city. Dancers will love Santo Domingo’s legendary nightlife, which moves to the rhythms of merengue, son and bachata.

■San Juan,Puerto Rico

 

San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is an intriguing blend of the old and the new. Founded in 1521, the city was a key port in the Spanish colonial empire, as evidenced by El Morro, the huge fortress that guards the harbor. Behind thick stone walls, Old San Juan retains its original character of blue cobblestone streets, elegant plazas and brightly colored heritage architecture. This lively center is the city’s – and island’s – cultural hub for museums, music, dining and more. The nearby Santurce district has emerged as the city’s hippest, with unique shops, cutting-edge restaurants and trendy nightlife. Just minutes from the heart of San Juan are the iconic beaches of the Condado and Isla Verde, whose stretches of palm-fringed sands are lapped by the azure waves of the Atlantic.

■Vieques Island,Puerto Rico

 

Stunning beaches, cerulean seas, colorful coral reefs and the Caribbean’s largest wildlife preserve: incredible tropical nature is the essence of Vieques, a small island less than 10 miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico. For decades most of the island was controlled by the U.S. Navy, whose former holdings – some 70 percent of the land – became the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge after the military withdrew in 2003. The refuge features Vieques’ best beaches, acres of forest, and coastal habitats that encompass mangroves, reefs, sea grass beds, lagoons and open waters, as well as bioluminescent bays that make for a spectacular experience after dark. The refuge shelters a diverse array of wildlife, including nearly 200 species of resident and migratory birds and four types of sea turtles. On the south coast, the fishing village of Esperanza is the island’s main hub, where life continues to follow traditional rhythms.

Charlestown,Saint Kitts and Nevis

Covered in rainforest and ringed with beaches, Nevis offers the quintessential Caribbean experience in a quiet, relaxing environment. Throughout the island, the ancient volcano of Nevis Peak forms the scenic backdrop, its upper reaches often shrouded in clouds. The capital of Charlestown is a delight to explore on foot, its streets lined with 18th- and 19th-century Georgian-style architecture that includes the Museum of Nevis History, housed in the birthplace of U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton. Other historic sights on Nevis include former sugar estates, colonial-era churches and the elegant 18th-century Bath Hotel, the Caribbean’s first to promote the restorative properties of hot springs. A number of plantation houses have been converted into hotels and are featured on the Nevis Heritage Trail, but unspoiled nature is the main attraction. Close to Charlestown is Pinney’s Beach, popular yet never crowded at nearly three miles long. Head inland to hike the rainforest or discover native flora at the Botanical Gardens.

■Terre-de-Haut,Guadeloupe

 

Les Saintes are a volcanic archipelago of two islands and seven uninhabited islets surrounded by thriving coral reefs and clear seas. Small at just over two square miles, Terre-de-Haut is the most developed of the group, thanks to an anchorage-rich coastline of scenic bays, natural harbors, quiet beaches and charmingly picturesque villages. The ambience is decidedly low-key, and days are devoted to beachgoing, hiking, snorkeling and diving. The island, too hilly and arid for agriculture, boasts longstanding maritime traditions and a rich Norman-Breton heritage dating to the first French settlers. The main town of Bourg des Saintes is home to cafés, bistros, the historic church of Notre-Dame de l’Assomption and Fort Napoleon. Built on the ruins of Fort Louis, the 19th-century garrison was used as a prison and today houses a cultural history museum with a botanical garden and the best views of Les Saintes.

■Fort-de-France,Martinique

France’s “Isle of Flowers,” Martinique enticingly combines tropical beauty, distinctive Creole culture and Gallic sophistication. Its mountainous north is volcanic – where gray and black sands separate blue seas from the lush greens of the rainforest – and dominated by Mont Pelée. The towering volcano last exploded in 1902, prompting the move of the capital to the scenic port on Martinique’s deepest natural anchorage. Fort-de-France today is the island’s biggest city, home to elegant boutiques, a traditional covered market, cafés, patisseries, and restaurants serving fine island cuisine and classic French fare. Many key sights are close to the revitalized waterfront park of La Savane, the city cathedral and historic Fort Saint-Louis among them. Just outside the capital are Sacré-Coeur de Balata – a small-scale replica of the Parisian church – and an acclaimed botanical garden. On the far side of Fort-de-France bay, the Caribbean seascapes begin to change into the white sand beaches that distinguish Martinique’s southern half.

Bridgetown,Barbados

Barbados is a sophisticated tropical beauty steeped in English heritage and enlivened by the warm Bajan culture. In the capital of Bridgetown, the well-preserved Old Town and historic Garrison district represent an impressive British legacy designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The island’s lush interior is largely covered in forest and fields of sugar cane, a source of prized rums and great colonial fortunes. Attractions include restored great houses, a wildlife preserve, the underground formations of Harrison’s Cave, first-rate golfing and some 60 beaches of incredible variety. To the west are white sands and gentle azure waters. The south is the center for both nightlife and reef snorkeling, while the high cliffs of the southeast form a stunning backdrop for windsurfing. The windswept east coast, with its pounding Atlantic surf, is Barbados at its most rugged and wild.