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Paradise Islands followed by A Taste of the Tropic Cruise

  • Departure DateSun 7th Jan 2024
  • Marella Cruises Marella Voyager
  • 14 Night Cruise From Barbados
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Itinerary

  • Barbados
  • Road Harbour, Tortola
  • Philipsburg, St Maarten
  • Basseterre
  • St John's, Antigua
  • Roseau
  • Barbados
  • Point-a-Pitre
  • Castries
  • St Georges, Grenada
  • Scarborough, Trinidad
  • St Vincent, Grenadines
  • Barbados

What's Included

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Day 1 - Barbados

Arrive: Sun 07 January 2024 / Depart: Sun 07 January 2024 at 20:00

A hypnotic calypso isle, Barbados is the ultimate Caribbean dream. And at just 21 miles by 14 miles, the island really is your oyster. Of course, it’s most famous for its palm-fringed beaches, but there’s more than talcum powder sands here. We’re talking a duty-free shopping scene. Gorgeous green countryside. And sights that are second to none. In a coconut shell, it’s the small island with a big fan base.......

Day 2 - At Sea

Day 3 - Road Harbour, Tortola

Arrive: Tue 09 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Tue 09 January 2024 at 18:00

Nature’s the star attraction in the British Virgin Islands. We dock at Tortola, the biggest isle. Here, ancient rainforests hog the limelight, beautiful botanical gardens vie for your attention, and opal-white beaches like Apple Bay and Smuggler’s Cove really steal the show. It’s wild. It’s wondrous. It’s waiting.......

Day 4 - Philipsburg, St Maarten

Arrive: Wed 10 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 10 January 2024 at 18:00

Two flags rule over this tiny isle – the French and the Dutch. Philipsburg is the Dutch capital and the place to head for a serious shopping splurge. Marigot, meanwhile, is the French capital, where you can divide your time between bistros and boutiques. Add to the mix dreamy Caribbean coves, kaleidoscopic reefs and lashings of sunshine and you’ve got all the ingredients for tropical bliss.......

Day 5 - Basseterre

Arrive: Thu 11 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 11 January 2024 at 18:00

One of the British Leeward Islands, St Kitts is one of the Caribbean’s pearls. Once an illustrious sugar colony, it now focuses its efforts on being a tropical paradise. And it excels in every sense, with its seductive blend of blonde sands and duck-egg blue seas. Away from the shores though, you’ll find plenty of historic sights to tick off your checklist. Or why not pop across to the neighbouring island of Nevis, which is just three kilometres over The Narrows channel?......

Day 6 - St John's, Antigua

Arrive: Fri 12 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 12 January 2024 at 18:00

If you’re a big fan of the beach, prepare to lose your heart to this place. Antiguans like to boast they have a different one for every day of the year. Without doubt, porcelain, palm-fringed sands and still turquoise waters are the star of this island show. But that’s not all Antigua’s got to boast about. Get ready for towns in a rainbow riot of colours. Quiet countryside that slumbers in the sunshine. And cuisine as sublime as those moon-white shores......

Day 7 - Roseau

Arrive: Sat 13 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 13 January 2024 at 17:00

Known as the island of waterfalls, Dominica is as green as it is unspoilt. Fairly off the tourist trail, this exotic isle is a paradise for nature lovers. In fact, it’s one of the Caribbean hotspots for scuba-diving and rainforest trekking. And of course, it’s got some superb beaches. Not the snow-white variety you’d expect, but dramatic volcanic sweeps and secluded coves hidden by greenery. Have your camera at the......

Day 8 - Barbados

Arrive: Sun 14 January 2024 at 20:30 / Depart: Sun 14 January 2024

A hypnotic calypso isle, Barbados is the ultimate Caribbean dream. And at just 21 miles by 14 miles, the island really is your oyster. Of course, it’s most famous for its palm-fringed beaches, but there’s more than talcum powder sands here. We’re talking a duty-free shopping scene. Gorgeous green countryside. And sights that are second to none. In a coconut shell, it’s the small island with a big fan base.......

Day 9 - At Sea

Day 10 - Point-a-Pitre

Arrive: Tue 16 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Tue 16 January 2024 at 18:00

Flick through your French dictionary while sipping a Caribbean rum punch – Guadeloupe is where French and African influences fuse. This gorgeous spot is actually a bouquet of islands. There’s a scattering of little ones but the two main players are Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. Together, they’re shaped like a butterfly resting quietly on the sun-blushed Caribbean. As famous for its sugar and rum as it is top dive sites and sparkling sands, this place will sweep you off your feet…

Day 11 - Castries

Arrive: Wed 17 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 17 January 2024 at 18:00

This truly tropical isle is one of the prettiest in the Caribbean. Think glossy rainforests showered in sunbeams. Vivid yellow banana plantations. And striking, syrup-coloured sands that simply demand your tanning time. The coral reefs are out of this world, too. Be dazzled by the rainbow of colours hidden beneath the waves, then let the St Lucian sun gently dry your skin. For a paradise escape, this place comes up trumps every time.......

Day 12 - St Georges, Grenada

Arrive: Thu 18 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 18 January 2024 at 18:00

Grenada can’t fail to spice things up. It’s known as the ‘Spice Island’ after all. Wherever you head, the fragrant scent of ginger, almond, nutmeg and vanilla follows you. Plus you can see cinnamon, cocoa beans and every tropical fruit imaginable growing here. Alongside its basket of goodies, this lush landscape hides Bounty-like beaches, mountain ranges and thick rainforests. And don’t miss a wander around St George's, one of the Caribbean’s prettiest harbours, with its pastel-coloured buildings, cobbled streets and even the odd lipstick-red London phone box.......

Day 13 - Scarborough, Trinidad

Arrive: Fri 19 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 19 January 2024 at 18:00

A bustling city seeped in history, Tobago’s capital offers up a snapshot of days gone by. Sprawled over the hillside, it’s overlooked by the Fort King George, a 17th-century hideout that sits proudly at the summit. Wander through the town to Upper Scarborough and take a look at the House of Assembly – it’s one of the best examples of Georgian architecture in the Caribbean. Head down by the port, and you’ll find colourful houses lining the harbour and lively markets dominating the streets. Here, you can pick up island favourites like fresh coconut milk and syrup-coated ice-cream, as well as arts and crafts.

Day 14 - St Vincent, Grenadines

Arrive: Sat 20 January 2024 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 20 January 2024 at 18:00

Somewhat unfairly, St Vincent is often overlooked in favour of its little brothers and sisters – the neighbouring Grenadines. But those who do stop here are in for a treat. Deserted beaches and untouched forest stretch for miles, interrupted only by the occasional cobbled town or dormant volcano. Kingstown is the main hub, its arched stone doors and covered walkways giving a nod to days gone by.......

Day 15 - Barbados

Arrive: Sun 21 January 2024 at 07:00 / Depart: Sun 21 January 2024

A hypnotic calypso isle, Barbados is the ultimate Caribbean dream. And at just 21 miles by 14 miles, the island really is your oyster. Of course, it’s most famous for its palm-fringed beaches, but there’s more than talcum powder sands here. We’re talking a duty-free shopping scene. Gorgeous green countryside. And sights that are second to none. In a coconut shell, it’s the small island with a big fan base.......

Marella Voyager From Marella Cruises

As the newest member of the Marella Cruises family, Marella Voyager’s facilities are going to be fresh out of the wrapper. It’ll set sail in June 2023 with a bar and restaurant offering that counts up to 10, as well as an indoor cinema, a pool deck – complete with a swimming pool and whirlpools – and a big show lounge. There’ll be plenty of places where you can take in the sea views, too, from the crazy golf course at the top of the ship to The Veranda, where cosy Balinese beds point towards the big blue.

Ship Cabins

Family Inside Cabin

These cabins measure 19m2 and sleep up to five. They come with an area with a fixed double bed and a sliding door partition, which leads to a double sofa bed and a single fold-down bed. In the bathroom, meanwhile, you’ll find a WC and a shower. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Inside

These cabins measure up at around 16m2. You’ve got two single beds that can be converted into a queen bed, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Inside

These cabins measure up at around 16m2. You’ve got two single beds that can be converted into a queen bed, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Inside

These cabins measure up at around 16m2. You’ve got two single beds that can be converted into a queen bed, as well as another two fold-down beds. The en-suite bathroom, meanwhile, is fitted with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Inside

These cabins measure up at around 16m2. You’ve got two single beds that can be converted into a queen bed, as well as an extra fold-down bed. The en-suite bathroom, meanwhile, is fitted with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Single Inside Cabin

Our Single Inside Cabins are perfect for solo travellers. Each one’s fitted with two single beds – which can be combined into a single queen-sized bed – as well as an en-suite with a shower and a WC Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Outside

All of our Outside Cabins come with a porthole or a picture window. When it comes to size, they’re about 17m2, with two single beds that can be pushed together into a queen-sized bed. There’s an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Outside

All of our Outside Cabins come with a porthole or a picture window. When it comes to size, they’re about 17m2, with two single beds that can be pushed together into a queen-sized bed. There’s also an extra fold-down bed, as well as an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Outside

All of our Outside Cabins come with a porthole or a picture window. When it comes to size, they’re about 17m2, with two single beds that can be pushed together into a queen-sized bed. There’s also extra fold-down beds, as well as an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Outside

Outside Cabins come with a porthole or a picture window. When it comes to size, they’re about 17m2, with two single beds that can be pushed together into a queen-sized bed, as well as an extra fold-down bed. There’s an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Single Outside

These cabins are spot on for solo travellers. They come with twin beds that can be combined into a queen-sized option, as well as an en-suite with a shower and WC. What’s more, they’ve got the added bonus of a picture window, so you can take in the sea views. They’re usually booked by cruisers travelling alone or friends who prefer their own cabin. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Balcony

These cabins are perfect for taking in the sea views. Size-wise, they come in at 17m2, while the balcony adds another 5m2 for you to lounge on – it’s decked out with a table and two chairs. Inside, there are two twin beds that can convert into a queen-sized bed, alongside a sofa bed. The en-suite, meanwhile, is fitted with a shower and WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Balcony (Large Balcony)

These cabins give you everything you get from a balcony cabin, and throw a bigger balcony into the mix. They measure up at 16m2, while the balcony adds an extra 9m2 of space. This cabin type comes with two beds that can be put together to make a queen-sized option, while the en-suite sports a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Balcony (Large Balcony)

These cabins give you everything you get from a balcony cabin, and throw a bigger balcony into the mix. They measure up at 16m2, while the balcony adds an extra 9m2 of space. This cabin type comes with two beds that can be put together to make a queen-sized option, alongside a sofa bed, while the en-suite sports a shower and a WC. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Family Balcony

There’s room for the whole pack in our Family Balcony Cabins. Size-wise, they’re 20m2, and sleep up to five people. Each one’s fitted with a double bed, a sofa bed and a fold-down bed. You’ve also got an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a WC, as well as a furnished balcony. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Balcony Junior Suite

The suites sleep up to three people, with two single beds that can combine into a queen-size option and a sofa bed. There’s also an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Head out onto the balcony, meanwhile, and you’ll find a table and some chairs. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Executive Suite

With 49m2 of space, our Executive Suites are some of the biggest options available on Marella Voyager. They sleep up to four people. There’s a queen-sized bed in the main bedroom, which also boasts a walk-in wardrobe. The living room is fitted with a double sofa bed, and opens out onto a balcony that has loungers, a table and some chairs. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.

Voyager Suite

If you want to go all out, book one of our Voyager Suites on Deck 10. Each one measures up to 49m2, with enough room for four people. They come with a sofa bed and two single beds, which can be combined into a queen-size number. In the bathroom, there’s a shower and a WC, while the furnished balcony flaunts a table, some chairs and some loungers. Please be aware, these images are for illustrative purposes only. The final cabins may differ in design, layout and décor.
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