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Caribbean Dreaming

MSC Cruises MSC Seaview
Date 18th Jan 22
Nights 14 Nights
1
Bridgetown, Barbados
Fly from the UK and arrive in Bridgetown where you will be transferred to the port to board MSC Seaview for your fourteen night cruise.
2
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Port of Spain is the capital city of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. This metropolitan city boasts tall buildings, neon lighting and crowded streets, as well as vibrant Caribbean character. Enjoy the year round flamboyant festivals and carnivals and look out for elaborate costumes and parade dancing through the streets to the sound of a steel band. On Maracas Bay you'll find plenty of sun and surf; tuck into a 'bake and shark', a Trinidadian speciality cuisine. Central Queen's Park Savannah offers beauty in the heart of the city and is a popular spot at sunset for walkers.
3
St. George's, Grenada
Stop at St. George's on the 'Spice Island' of Grenada. Nestling alongside horseshoe-shaped Carenage harbour, the cobbled streets of St. George's are lined with pretty pastel-coloured heritage buildings. Step back in time at Grenada National Museum or explore Fort George and Fort Frederick. Head to the golden sand of Grand Anse Beach for a morning of sunbathing. The submerged gallery at Underwater Sculpture Park is a unique sight, or you can discover how the island's spices are grown and processed at Dougalston Spice Estate. Venture further to view local wildlife at Grand Etang National Park and cascading waters at Annandale Falls.
4
Kingstown, St Vincent & The Grenadines
Kingstown is the capital and main commercial centre of St Vincent and the Grenadines. The city has a vibrant buzz of car horns, street vendors and music which can be heard throughout the narrow streets. Kingstown is surrounded by steep hills and natural beauty. Palm trees line the streets and Fort Charlotte is the perfect spot the gaze at the stunning views of the city. Escape to the tranquil surroundings of St Vincent Botanical Gardens, the oldest in the West Indies. A trip to St George's Anglican Cathedral shouldn't be missed; the stained glass will take your breath away.
5
Fort de France, Martinque
Today, the ship docks in Fort de France, the capital of Martinique. Gaze in awe at the stained-glass windows at St-Louis Cathedral, before visiting La Savane Park to admire the Empress Josephine statue and nearby Fort St-Louis. Shop for local handicrafts at Le Grand Marche or explore the designer perfume and fashion boutiques on Rue Victor Schoelcher. Spend some time at Habitation Clement - part plantation/part rum distillery/and part museum and heritage site! Travel to the south-west of the island to view the white stone effigies at Anse Cafard Slave Memorial.
6
Pointe-A-Pitre, Guadeloupe
Pointe-A-Pitre is a city on the island of Grande-Terre in Guadeloupe; known for its lively markets including the Marche de la Darse where fishermen sell their catch from harbour boats. Place de la Victoire is brimming with clusters of cafes and colonial homes and is the perfect spot for exploration. Uncover a fascinating array of exhibits on the Caribbean's slave trade at Memorial ACTe or head to the shores of Plage de la Datcha to swim the turquoise waters, sunbathe, and check out the local eateries. The historic Fort Sqord Flower features scenic bay views and canons; ideal for photo opportunities. Call by Spice Market and Market Darse to shop for handmade goods, local produce, and souvenirs.
7
Road Town, Tortola
Rich in history and old-world Caribbean charm, Road Town – the capital of the British Virgin Islands - is the perfect place to spend the day. Visit the historic Sunday Morning Well where the 'Proclamation of Emancipation' - giving freedom from slavery - was read in 1834. Explore the shops and eateries on Main Street or pick up locally-made crafts by the waterfront. Taste authentic Caribbean rum cocktails at the legendary Pusser's Bar or unwind on the powder-white sand of Cane Garden Bay. Discover colourful exotic plants at JR O'Neal Botanic Gardens or join a hiking trip to Sage Mountain National Park. A short boat trip to view The Baths rock formations on Virgin Gorda's north shore is a must-do, too.
8
Philipsburg, St Maarten
The ship drops anchor today at St Maarten's Dutch capital city - Philipsburg. Stroll along the shops on bustling Front Street or enjoy a couple of hours’ beach time on Great Bay beach. Fly through the trees at the Fly Zone at Loterie Farm or explore the island by quad bike. See local plant and animal life at St Maarten Zoological and Botanical Garden, and caterpillars and butterflies at the Butterfly Farm. You can also swim with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery Anguilla or admire heart-stopping views in the Pic du Paradis hills.
9
Basseterre, St Kitts
Basseterre is the capital city of St Kitts and Nevis in the West Indies. Explore the shops and bars of The Circus or pay a visit to the cathedral, courthouse, and fountain of Independence Square. On the outskirts of the city, you'll discover Fairview Great House and Botanical Gardens and to the northwest are Romney Manor and the Wingfield Estate. Take a ride on the St Kitts Scenic Railway to discover deep ravines, black-sand beaches, and Mount Liamuiga volcano. Admire the views over sugarcane fields from the 17th-century Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park.
10
St. John's, Antigua
St. John's on Antigua is your next stop. This pretty capital city not only gives you access to Antigua's 365 stunning beaches, but is also packed with attractions including English Harbour and the historic Nelson's Dockyard. A visit to the colourful St. John's street market is a must, and you also find great shopping and dining in Heritage Quay. Travel to Shirley Heights Lookout for superb views of English and Falmouth Harbours. A 90-minute ferry ride from Bryson Wharf takes you to Antigua's sister island, Barbuda, to explore the Arawak Caves and Frigate Bird Sanctuary.
11
Roseau, Dominica
The capital of Dominica, Roseau, is a small and compact urban settlement off the coast of the Caribbean Sea. Head to the historical French Quarter where the streets are lined with graceful wooden buildings housing vibrant bars, restaurants and shops. View the Cathedral of Our Lady of Fair Haven of Roseau, one of the most beautiful structures in Dominica, and shop for souvenirs at the Old Market. Escape to the tranquil Dominica Botanic Gardens or step back in time at Dominica Museum. Venture further afield to Morne Trois Pitons National Park to see Bolling Lake, Victoria Waterfall, Trafalgar Falls, Middleham Falls, Emerald Pool, Titou Gorge and the Valley of Desolation.
12
Fort de France, Martinque
Today, the ship docks in Fort de France, the capital of Martinique. Gaze in awe at the stained-glass windows at St-Louis Cathedral, before visiting La Savane Park to admire the Empress Josephine statue and nearby Fort St-Louis. Shop for local handicrafts at Le Grand Marche or explore the designer perfume and fashion boutiques on Rue Victor Schoelcher. Spend some time at Habitation Clement - part plantation/part rum distillery/and part museum and heritage site! Travel to the south-west of the island to view the white stone effigies at Anse Cafard Slave Memorial.
13
Pointe-A-Pitre, Guadeloupe
Pointe-A-Pitre is a city on the island of Grande-Terre in Guadeloupe; known for its lively markets including the Marche de la Darse where fishermen sell their catch from harbour boats. Place de la Victoire is brimming with clusters of cafes and colonial homes and is the perfect spot for exploration. Uncover a fascinating array of exhibits on the Caribbean's slave trade at Memorial ACTe or head to the shores of Plage de la Datcha to swim the turquoise waters, sunbathe, and check out the local eateries. The historic Fort Sqord Flower features scenic bay views and canons; ideal for photo opportunities. Call by Spice Market and Market Darse to shop for handmade goods, local produce, and souvenirs.
14
Castries, St Lucia
Arrive in Castries, the capital city of St Lucia. Step ashore and shop for bargains at La Place Carenage Shopping Plaza in downtown Castries, or venture to the heart of the city to the vibrant Central Market. Pay a visit to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Derek Walcott Square and the Government House; before climbing to the top of Morne Fortune to view Fort Charlotte. Spend a few hours at Vigie Beach or head south to Marigot Bay. Take an island tour and admire the majestic Piton Mountains, snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of Half-Moon Bay, or enjoy a picnic on a lemon grass lawn at Pigeon Island National Park.
15
Bridgetown, Barbados
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred to the airport for your flight home.
Hays Extras
Hays Extras
  • Return flights from the UK
  • Overseas transfers
  • 14 night cruise onboard MSC Seaview
  • Gratuities Included
  • Kids from £779pp
  • No Sea Days 
  • Upgrade to Fantastica Experience from £240pp and receive a Premium Drinks Package
Why Book
Why Book
  • Palm trees line the streets and Fort Charlotte is the perfect spot the gaze at the stunning views of Kingstown
  • Place de la Victoire is brimming with clusters of cafes and colonial homes and is the perfect spot for exploration on Pointe-A-Pitre
  • Stroll along the shops on Philipsburg's bustling Front Street or enjoy a couple of hours’ beach time on Great Bay beach

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Background
MSC Seaview
Overview
MSC Seaview rewrites the rule book of cruise ship design, blending indoor and outdoor areas to connect you with the sea like never before. Circling the ship as low as Deck 7 is a unique seafront promenade lined with places to eat, drink, shop, swim and sunbathe. And you can enjoy superb views from the two glass-floored catwalks and panoramic elevators.
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Food & Drink

Onboard there are nine restaurants including a fish restaurant, steakhouse and fusion restaurant. 

There are 10 lounge bars (20 different bars in total) located across the decks.

Entertainment

Fun and excitement for all ages, including standout family activities.

MSC Seaview offers endless fun for the whole family, with two full-sized bowling alleys, a dedicated family restaurant, and the most interactive, multi-storey water park at sea featuring 5 different water slides, an AquaPlayTM area designed for tots and an adventure trail. In addition, MSC Seaview boasts∘ colourful kids’ play areas created in partnership with LEGO® and Chicco®.

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Health & Fitness

The Wellness Experience powered by Technogym offers a variety of exclusive features including privileged access to dedicated, modern fitness equipment and amenities, a one-to-one health check-up with the MSC doctor° and one-to-one Inbody analyser test with your personal Technogym-trained Master trainer°, not forgetting a selection of fresh, healthy food and drink options.

Enjoy a personalised fitness program in various indoor and outdoor locations, supported by the Technogym Platform & Wellness Experience App° and take advantage of our exclusive shore activities° dedicated to the care of your body. And finally, we’ve even included a laundry service for your gym gear°, for a totally stress-free cruise.

On board you'll find a range of fitness equipment in both their indoor and outdoor gym areas, as well as a Spa and a beauty centre.


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