Navigation to both Americas

Resort: FROM LA ROMANA TO LA ROMANA
Operator: Club Med
Destination: Caribbean
Price From: £3605.00

Discover this stunning part of the world on this 7 night cruise around some of the best islands the Caribbean has to offer. On board the incredible Club Med 2 boat, the biggest sailing ship in the world. With 5 masts, 184 cabins and 2000 m2 of external decks over 8 levels, this 187 metre long ship is a marvel. Its not only the dimensions that impress: the aesthetics are also magnificent. Every cabin, from the lower deck to the ship owners Suite at the very top, has an external view. Everything is of the highest quality.

 

Whats included on your cruise:

Superior Superior Cabin B deck

Ideal for a couple with a child, this cabin is at water level on the Borno deck. Draped in light colours, your cabin is decorated with attractive varnished wood. Imagine youre an explorer, setting sail for undiscovered lands.

Bar and Snacking service

You have access to a bar and snack service all day. A little hollow, a need to refresh or warm up the bar meets all your desires.

Your full-board

All your meals are included in your stay: breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner. Club Med offers a full board of quality between buffets flavors of the world and specialty restaurants with table service.

Sports and activities

Sport is at the heart of the Club Med experience. It is included in your stay and you are spoiled for choice. Access quality infrastructures and learn through G.O experts in their fields.

 

 

Your itinerary

Hispaniola and the British Virgin Islands

Day 1 – La Romana

A little port, built in 1851 to ease maritime traffic. The town was only officially founded in 1897. The city itself only began to grow 20 years later, when Italian immigrants built a large windmill for grinding sugar canes. Ship docked, no water sports. Boarding and disembarkation port of call.

Departure at 22:00

Day 2 – Sailing on the open sea

A restorative day at sea. Choose from the range of inviting possibilities on our remarkable sailing ship. Lounge on chaise longues, cool off in one of our two swimming pools, work out with a sea view in our Espace Fitness, find instant calm at the spa and enjoy the attentive company of our G.O team and crew members.

Day 3 – Port Royal

Seat of the British government in Jamaica in the 17th century, the port welcomed the largest number of pirates and privateers in the world. On 7 June 1692, the city was destroyed by an earthquake, followed by a tsunami that caused the city to vanish beneath the waves in just a few minutes. Ship docked, no water sports and no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 09:00
Departure at 14:00

Day 4 – Sailing on the open sea

A restorative day at sea and hoose from the range of inviting possibilities on our remarkable sailing ship.

Day 5 – Roatan

Part of the Bay Islands archipelago, Roatan boasts impressive beaches and clear waters. The resplendent natural beauty of the island includes coconut palms, attractive hills and a range of plant life. Roatan has an exceptionally rich cultural life, thanks to the variety of peoples who have come to its shores. Ship at anchor, no water sports, beach.

Arrival at 08:30
Departure at 18:00

Day 6 – Santo Tomas

Situated in the Gulf of Honduras, Guatemala’s biggest port is a former Belgian colony, promoted as the “promised land” to underprivileged potential expatriates in the 19th century. Ship docked, no water sports and no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 06:00
Departure at 19:00

Day 7 – Belize city

Belize City is the country’s main port. You’ll never forget your time in these waters. The coral reef and various atolls are great for exploring. Many traces of Mayan civilization remain, allowing you to imagine the colourful, festive society of long ago. Ship at anchor, no water sports, no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 06:00
Departure at 16:00

Day 8 – Cozumel

For the Mayan people, this island to the east of the Yucatan peninsula was sacred to Ix Chel, the moon goddess. In the 1960s, Jacques-Yves Cousteau discovered the beauty of the Cozumel coral reef, popularising it among divers. Ship at anchor, no water sports, no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 08:00
Departure at 20:00

Day 9 – Sailing on the open sea

A restorative day at sea and hoose from the range of inviting possibilities on our remarkable sailing ship.

Day 10 – Grand Cayman

Hard to resist one of the clearest seas in the world, around the Cayman Islands. At Stingray city, the stingrays come and play with divers. Ship at anchor, no water sports, no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 06:30
Departure at 13:00

Day 11 – Port Antonio

A sparkling island where joie de vivre and hospitality are expressed through music. From the tumultuous waters of the Rio Grande, to the deep blue of its lagoons, nature in all its majesty has created a backdrop worthy of a Hollywood film. Ship docked, no water sports, beach.

Arrival at 11:00
Departure at 19:30

Day 12 – Sailing on the open sea

A restorative day at sea and hoose from the range of inviting possibilities on our remarkable sailing ship.

Day 13 – La Romana

A little port, built in 1851 to ease maritime traffic. The town was only officially founded in 1897. The city itself only began to grow 20 years later, when Italian immigrants built a large windmill for grinding sugar canes. Ship docked, no water sports. Boarding and disembarkation port of call.

Arrival at 06:00

 

 

 

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