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Caribbean Reefs
Fourteen day cruise aboard the SEABOURN LEGEND starting on December 06, 2001 from West Palm Beach in Florida.

Cruise the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Bahama Bank, Samana in Dominican Republic, Jost Van Dyke and Virgin Gorda in British Virgin Islands, Gustavia in St. Barthelemy, Frederiksted in St. Croix, San Juan and Ponce in Puerto Rico, Marigot in St. Martin, returning in West Palm Beach.

The north coast of the mountainous island Jost Van Dyke is lined with imposing cliffs against which the Atlantic crashes in towering waves. By contrast, the tranquil beaches of the south coast offer the ideal locale for beachcombers.

Leaping whales, sun-drenched white sandy beaches, coconut-covered mountains, tropical rainforests with clear, cold mountain streams rushing to meet the sea; Samana's beauty attracts many visitors not only once, but for a second and third visit as well. We have many guests who return again and again to continue to enjoy all the area has to offer.

It is probable that St. Barthelemy's vegetation was not studied before the island's Swedish occupation in 1784. Nevertheless, it is interesting to note that many species considered native to the West Indies were actually imported by the island's first European colonists. The coconut palm tree is a perfect example. A native of the Pacific islands it was the English, with commercial sights in mind, who were responsible for introducing this palm tree to the West Indies.

From the busy harbour it is just a short walk to the historic streets of Old San Juan, where Old World charm still exudes its magic. Outside the city visit the only rainforest on U.S. soil.

In Marigot, anchor on the French side of this magnificent island, for one of the most exhilarating experiences in the Caribbean. Sailing buffs can join in a real race on a pair of multi-million dollar America's Cup Yachts, for a 12-metre "mini-regatta."

Virgin Gorda, the favored anchorage of seasoned yachtsmen offers its very own natural wonder. Take a launch to "The Baths" where you will witness the unforgettable sight of giant sea sculpted boulders and salt-water pools illuminated by the rays of the sun.

One of the earliest colonial cities in the Americas, Ponce has a fascinating history reflected in its Spanish architecture and centuries old sugar trade. The beaches are a haven for those who love water sports.

Just 67 miles north of Miami, West Palm Beach is the largest municipality in one of the fastest growing areas in the United States: Palm Beach County. West Palm Beach boasts the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (pictured at right), the vibrant nightlife of Clematis Street, the Palm Beach Philharmonic and the Norton Museum.

This cruise is performed by SEABOURN CRUISES on board SEABOURN LEGEND running on the following dates during year 2001.


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CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
DEPARTS THURSDAY
DECEMBER 200106
DAY PORT OF CALL ARR DEP
Thu West Palm Beach, Florida - 17:00
Fri Great Bahama Bank - -
Sat Atlantic Ocean - -
Sun Samana, Dominican Republic 08:00 14:00
Mon Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands 11:00 18:00
Tue Gustavia, St. Barthelemy 08:00 24:00
Wed Frederiksted, St. Croix 08:00 18:00
Thu San Juan, Puerto Rico 08:00 18:00
Fri Cruz Bay, Puerto Rico 08:00 18:00
Sat Marigot, St. Martin 08:00 18:00
Sun Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands 08:00 18:00
Mon Ponce, Puerto Rico 08:00 18:00
Tue Atlantic Ocean - -
Wed Great Bahama Bank - -
Thu West Palm Beach, Florida 08:00 -
CABIN
DESCRIPTION
PRICE
OW Owner's suite.
10960
D4 Balcony double suite
11510
D3 Double suite.
10110
D2 Balcony double suite.
11040
DS Double suite.
9640
D1 Double suite.
9190
CS Classic suite.
7250
B3 Balcony suite.
6720
B2 Balcony suite.
6450
A3 Suite.
5920
A2 Suite.
5650
A1 Suite.
5390
A Suite.
5120
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Above rates:
  • Rates are in EURO per person.
  • For indication in your home currency at todays exchange rate use the "convert" facility at the bottom of the rate table.
  • Rates are meant for DOUBLE occupancy.
  • Port Taxes are included.
  • Please read important terms and conditions concerning this cruise.

  PORTS OF CALL
Old City, San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan
View, Samana, Dominican Republic
Samana
View, Ponce, Puerto Rico
Ponce
  






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