The Caribbean islands have captivated visitors for centuries with their natural beauty and year-round warm climate.

So many influences intertwine here, and subtle differences shine through in the cuisine, language and architecture from island to island, yet seemingly always with the same friendly, laid-back spirit.

Where we sail.

St John's, Antigua

Famously dusted with pristine white sands and pulsating to the rhythm of steel drums, Antigua is a real Caribbean treat. Visit Shirley Heights, a fortress dominating the entry to the English Harbour.

Oranjsestad, Aruba

Aruba is the Caribbean, but with a charming rugged and rustic edge. Brightly colored houses, vibrant streets and a distinct buzz in the air are all part of the laid-back experience you'll encounter.


The 180 or so islands that make up Bermuda create a welcoming stepping-stone in the Atlantic. Its capital, Hamilton, is a vision of pastel houses to match the famous pink beaches.

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados is one of the most well-known and beautiful islands in the eastern Caribbean. It is part of the British Commonwealth and is named after the Bearded Fig Tree, which was once found in abundance.

Kralendijk, Bonaire

Loved by divers for its Marin Park’s teeming reefs, Bonaire is the best preserved of the Caribbean ‘ABC’ islands Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. Of Dutch origin, Kralendijk is known for its lush beaches.

Willemstad, Curacao

Step off at Willemstad and enjoy your visit to the capital of former Dutch colony Curacao. The four quarters of the celebrated city are separated by St. Anna Bay, the biggest harbor in the Caribbean.