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Take a break on board the Seabourn Quest experiencing 12 relaxing nights aboard the Caribbean Quest Cruise to Caribbean. Your ship embarks from Fort Lauderdale with an itinerary that includes 8 ports in 7 countries before returning to Fort Lauderdale. This particular 5 star cruise from Seabourn Cruise Line has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Fri 7 Dec 2012 Fort Lauderdale, USA 5.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Fort Lauderdale is a city on the Atlantic coast of the U.S. in the state of Florida. As well as being a major yachting centre, it has a large and intricate canal system that results in its also being known as the ‘Venice of America’. While once home to a series of forts, today there are three forts named ‘Fort Lauderdale’. The city is considered a perfect holiday destination mainly for its stunning beaches and palm-lined shorelines. It is also famous for its arts, and cultural events. Don’t miss shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, taking a gondola ride on the canals, and visiting the historic riverfront.

Take a narrated 90-minute amphibious tour of quaint Las Olas Boulevard, the historical districts, and the mansions and yachts dotting Millionaires Row. Experience swimming with the dolphins, taking an amazing Everglades Safari, and go scuba diving from Deerfield to Hallandale Beach. Nature lovers can ‘touch’ nature at Butterfly World, and go hiking or canoeing at the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Some visit the thoroughbred racing at Gulf Stream Park. Alternatively, "follow the red brick road" of Riverwalk and the landscaped park, to the Arts and Entertainment District.

Unusual and interesting to visit are: the numerous museums, such as the Bennet House Museum and Gardens and the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum; the International Swimming Hall of Fame that also houses a large aquatic centre; the activities at Hollywood Beach and Downtown Riverwalk; the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum; and Fort Lauderdale’s greatest airboat attraction the Sawgrass Recreation Park where you can hold an alligator and visit wonderful mammals. Most come to see Fort Lauderdale’s 30km of beach-front and its award-winning wavewall. The beaches are some of the best in Florida, whether you're here for the sun, the ocean or simply people watching.

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2 Sat 8 Dec 2012 At Sea
3 Sun 9 Dec 2012 At Sea
4 Mon 10 Dec 2012 San Juan, Puerto Rico 9.00am 6.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise San Juan, the capital and most populous city of Puerto Rico, is the oldest city on US territory. It is the Caribbean commercial hub, best known for its beautifully restored historic district of Old San Juan. It is situated on a rocky peninsula girded by thick walls jutting into the crashing Atlantic surf. With its 400 restored buildings from the 16th and 17th century Spanish colonial period, this area is steeped in history. Add to this the expansive stretches of smooth clean beaches, boutiques, and pleasant restaurants, and one understands why this port is the heart of the island’s tourism.

Take time to stroll along the narrow cobblestone streets and investigate the pastel-coloured buildings, restaurants, museums and mansions. Explore El Morro, the dramatic fortress on a rocky promontory with its barracks, dungeons, turrets, towers and tunnels. The massive Castillo de San Cristobal with its series of fortifications, and the World Heritage Site La Fortaleza, comprising a forty room mansion that was completed in 1540, are also well worth visiting. Some interesting neighbourhoods are well worth your time. They include: the ‘seen-it-all’ Condado; tranquil Ocean Park; gritty Santurce, relaunched with art galleries after a two-decade-long depression; and swanky Isla Verde awash with resort hotels and casinos.

There are many statues and monuments to be appreciated including: the Citizen of the Americas, a statue of Christopher Columbus, and one of the first native Puerto Rican who served as governor, to name but a few. The San Juan Cemetery is considered a beautiful place of great historical interest, as is the El Capitolio de Puerto Rico, a powerful symbol of self-government. Its interior design highlights Puerto Rico’s history through the medium of murals. Above all you will find yourself surrounded by warm and friendly people.

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5 Tue 11 Dec 2012 St Bart's, St Bart's 9.00am 11.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Saint-Barthelemy (St Bart’s) is a French island located in the Caribbean among the Leeward Islands. St Bart’s has long been considered a playground of the rich and famous, and is known for its beautiful pristine world class beaches, gourmet dining in chic restaurants, and duty free high-end designer shopping. Two interesting fact are: firstly, that the population is nearly entirely of European ancestry, and secondly that the island - consisting principally cliffs and hills - has no rivers or springs. Another notable feature is that, as according to law no building can be taller than a palm tree, there is a complete absence of high rises and massive resorts.

Picture perfect Gustavio, the island’s capital city, is arguably the Caribbean’s most exclusive yachting port. It offers a range of water sport activities, or simply the chance of unwinding on a soft white-sand beach. Stroll narrow streets lined with 18th century Swedish and French stone buildings housing gourmet eateries, art galleries and chic boutiques. Learn about the island’s fascinating history at the Musée de St Barthélemy, and then by hire car, explore the island’s verdant and hilly landscape, dotted with brightly coloured ‘gingerbread’ houses and old Swedish cemeteries.

Then there is the Yellow Submarine, a submersible that allows you to cruise the coral gardens without getting wet, or go sailing to some of the very sheltered spots of the island. Stop at Lorient, site of the first French settlement, and visit a 19th century church and a reconstructed 17th century Norman manor. Then watch local woman weave lantana straw handicrafts in quaint traditional villages.

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6 Wed 12 Dec 2012 St John's, Antigua and Barbuda 8.00am 5.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise St. John’s, the capital of the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean, sits on the NW coast of the tropical island of Antigua that is home to innumerable magnificent beaches. This wonderland of shopping and restaurants is a great spot to soak up the sun throughout the year. St.John’s reflects its British heritage with such edifices as Fort Barrington that looms dramatically over the shoreline, and Fort James built in the 17th Century. Then there’s the national sport of cricket that highlights its predominantly British culture. However, above all, it feels more like a tropical paradise. Within walking distance of the pier are fascinating small streets with traditional shops, and restored colonial buildings which line the waterfront. All are dominated by the evocative white neo-baroque towers of the well known St John’s Cathedral. Antigua and Barbuda are aptly named the ‘Gateway to the Caribbean’.

To appreciate the early history of the islands, be sure to visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, where thought-provoking replicas and models cleverly depict the history of the Caribbean. The Cedar Valley Golf Course, known for its sweeping views of the sea, offers a very enjoyable change for many. The colourful and different statue of the respected elder statesman of Antigua & Barbuda, V C Bird, has resulted in a wide range of opinions, and should not be missed. Of special interest is the sad piece of history that can be seen at Betty’s Hope, where a sugar plantation set up in 1674 is preserved as a monument to the slaves whose labour was exploited.

An alternative is to take a day trip on the Barbuda Express, an enjoyable ferry ride. The staff is very attentive, so with music playing the whole time visitors have a lot of fun singing along. Then they delight in the Island’s amazingly secluded pink sand beaches. There are also tours that provide a delightful sampling of what the Barbuda Island has to offer. These may include the Frigate Bird Sanctuary, Low Bay that is regarded as one of the top ten beaches in the world, and the caves at Two Foot Bay, to name but a few of this island’s highlights.

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7 Thu 13 Dec 2012 Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe 8.00am 6.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Basse-Terre, on Basse-Terre Island, is the administrative capital of Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France located in the Lesser Antilles, Eastern Caribbean. It is filled with various historical landmarks and forts that date back to 1643, as well as several colonial buildings and monuments all around the city. It is connected to Grande-Terre by the Point de la Gabare Bridge that is built over Riviere Salee. Known for its many delightful beaches such as Malendure beach, the Centre Nautique de Basse-Terre and Marina de Rivière Sens, all offer great opportunities for a range of water activities.

Be sure to take a drive through the Parc National de la Guadeloupe - at the heart of Basse-Terre - through the fern-covered hillsides and orchid-filled rainforests. Be sure also to call in at the Maison de la Foret, with its various displays on the forest. Also take the Route de la Traversee through a thicket of bamboos, huge gum and mahogany trees, ginger and heliconia. Visitors can also visit the jungle waterfall in the middle of the park called Cascade aux Ecrevisses. At the west end of the park is a zoo with a swing bridge.

The various other places worth visiting in Basse-Terre include: the fort Delgrès, a magnificent historical fort where the entrance is free; the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul, a 19th century building which has a notable grey stone highlighted by white statues; many other colonial buildings; La place du Champ d'Arbaud, the main square; Le Jardin Pichon; and the Zoological and Botanical Park that lies on a 460 m hilltop garden on the banks of La Rivière-aux-Herbes that is a reserve for the plants and animals of Guadeloupe.

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8 Fri 14 Dec 2012 Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis 8.00am 6.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Bassettere is located on the SW coast of St Kitts Island in the Leeward Islands group, and is one of the oldest towns in the Eastern Caribbean. Subsequently, it is very well known for its variety of architectural styles and fascinating buildings, set against dense tropical forests and a huge dormant volcano. The domed colonial Treasury Building, or customs house, is a reminder of the value of these islands as sugar colonies. Take a stroll around Basseterre and wander around the Circus, a diminutive roundabout, modelled after Piccadilly in London.

To reflect on the historical past visit Independent Square, the Cenotaph, St George's Cathedral, Queen Victoria Statue roundabout, and the National Museum, all truly of great interest. For variety, enjoy some shopping at the Pelican Shopping Mall and the Amina Craft Market, or visit the Warner Park Sporting Complex. Take a trip and visit what many regard as the top historical attraction, Brimstone Hall fortress, which also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding islands.

Visit Romney Manor that provides a unique shopping/looking experience. There are many beautiful beaches - some offering horse-riding - to be explored, catamaran trips, as well as kayaking and hiking in the rain forest. If time permits, visit the Mangofil en Guadeloupe with its two five-star rope courses, one for children and the other for adults. Add to this a restaurant in an old French country type stone house, an old coffee mill, and a gift shop that also houses a chocolate making centre.

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9 Sat 15 Dec 2012 Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands 7.00am 2.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Charlotte Amalie is the capital and largest city of the US Virgin Islands, located on the island of Saint Thomas. It is famous as a deep-water harbor that was once a haven for pirates. Indeed, Blackbeard's Castle, named after the notorious pirate of the same name, is one of five National Historic Landmarks in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and it is located in Charlotte Amalie at the highest point of Government Hill. A great attraction is the popular and beautiful Magens Beach that lines aside a delightful bay renowned for its soft sand, clear water, and palm trees. It is ideal for many water activities including windsurfing.

Of additional interest for many is the nearby Aboretum containing some extremely rare native species of trees, while the unique features of the Saint Thomas Synagogue, the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, attracts many visitors. Be sure to visit the historical landmark and oldest standing structure in the US Virgin Islands, Fort Christian, currently the St Thomas Museum, and examine artefacts and art from the Danish period of the 17th century. Also worth visiting is the St Thomas Reformed church.

If time permits visit the nearby islands. For example, there is Water Island, with very few residents but many delightful beaches such as Honeymoon Beach; also plantation ruins, and Fort Segarra - an underground partially constructed U.S. fort. Also worth visiting is St John Island, with its main town Cruz Bay that is home to numerous shops and restaurants. Then for the active call at Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge with its spectacular reefs, a shipwreck that is ideal for snorkellers and divers, a lighthouse, and the home of numerous migratory birds.

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10 Sun 16 Dec 2012 Catalina Island, Dominican Republic 9.00am 5.00pm
Caribbean Quest Cruise Catalina Island lies off the coast of the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean. It is a beautiful island, renowned for its exceptionally clear waters and wide variety of colourful marine life, which provides an excellent opportunity for snorkelling. Travel along the coast, discover isolated beaches and idyllic coves amongst the rugged cliffs, and also keep a look out for whales, dolphins, flying fish and sea lions. Take a trip along River Cumaysa, spotting many varieties of birds such as the bald eagle, and soak in the isolation and restfulness of this exceptional venue. You may also be able to take a “Canopy at the Ranch” excursion that will take you along exciting zip-lines as you fly through the trees!

An abundance of wildlife, including buffalo and deer, can also be spotted of the hillsides. Above all take the opportunity to do some scuba diving at ‘The Wall’, a most beautiful location, and ‘The Aquarium” with its incredible coral formations and innumerable fish. Whether simply enjoying relaxing on the beaches or ‘getting into it’, this hidden treasure of the Caribbean will be an unforgettable experience.



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11 Mon 17 Dec 2012 At Sea
12 Tue 18 Dec 2012 At Sea
13 Wed 19 Dec 2012 Fort Lauderdale, USA 7.00am
Caribbean Quest Cruise Fort Lauderdale is a city on the Atlantic coast of the U.S. in the state of Florida. As well as being a major yachting centre, it has a large and intricate canal system that results in its also being known as the ‘Venice of America’. While once home to a series of forts, today there are three forts named ‘Fort Lauderdale’. The city is considered a perfect holiday destination mainly for its stunning beaches and palm-lined shorelines. It is also famous for its arts, and cultural events. Don’t miss shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, taking a gondola ride on the canals, and visiting the historic riverfront.

Take a narrated 90-minute amphibious tour of quaint Las Olas Boulevard, the historical districts, and the mansions and yachts dotting Millionaires Row. Experience swimming with the dolphins, taking an amazing Everglades Safari, and go scuba diving from Deerfield to Hallandale Beach. Nature lovers can ‘touch’ nature at Butterfly World, and go hiking or canoeing at the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Some visit the thoroughbred racing at Gulf Stream Park. Alternatively, "follow the red brick road" of Riverwalk and the landscaped park, to the Arts and Entertainment District.

Unusual and interesting to visit are: the numerous museums, such as the Bennet House Museum and Gardens and the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum; the International Swimming Hall of Fame that also houses a large aquatic centre; the activities at Hollywood Beach and Downtown Riverwalk; the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum; and Fort Lauderdale’s greatest airboat attraction the Sawgrass Recreation Park where you can hold an alligator and visit wonderful mammals. Most come to see Fort Lauderdale’s 30km of beach-front and its award-winning wavewall. The beaches are some of the best in Florida, whether you're here for the sun, the ocean or simply people watching.

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After September 2014 in the New England /St Lawrence region of North America, Seabourn Quest heads to South America. See the Amazon River, Cape Horn, Antarctica, Chilean fjords, the Andes, and the great cities of South America. In April 2015 Quest crosses the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, and the following month north to the Baltic Sea. A Grand Cruise of 32 nights will take you from Rome to Stockholm. In June/July 2015 cruise the fjords of Norway and the Arctic coast to North Cape (most northerly point of the Continent) and see the Midnight Sun – exceptional. Quest’s itineraries are carefully chosen for the experiences they offer. Many ports visited are inaccessible to larger vessels. Onshore tours are far from traditional tourist tracks.

Accommodation
Choose from 225 ocean view suites, 90% with verandas. All accommodation suites are of generous size, bedroom separated from living area, dining table for two, bar replenished daily, the best of electronic entertainment available, and your direct-dial telephone to the outside world. All the appointments are luxurious and hardly need listing. This accommodation is a haven to refresh oneself for the next day’s onshore activities. Personal attention extends from supplying fresh fruit and flowers daily, to canapés and newly-baked pastries on returning from a day ashore. You’ll have a personal suite stewardess.

Food and Dining
Dining is in four five-star dining venues. Open seated dining in The Restaurant is a memorable experience, overseen by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer: award-winning cuisine, regional dishes, many items cooked to order, exotic foods and cheeses, accompanied at your table by ship’s officers. Breakfast and lunch menus here are expansive. The 50-seat Restaurant 2 prepares regional, seasonal cuisine in tasting portions. Seabourn has an all-inclusive complimentary beverage and no-gratuities policy.

Entertainment
Spend two hours dining and chatting with newly-met friends, and you make your own entertainment. The Grand Salon is the venue for small shows, cabaret acts, lectures, cooking demonstrations, movies and some social functions. The stunning Observation Bar is the place for early morning coffee or tea, and evening drinks with piano music in the background. Guests enjoy wine, champagne and spirits in any of the six bars and lounges.

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Take a break on board the Seabourn Quest experiencing 12 relaxing nights aboard the Caribbean Quest Cruise to Caribbean. When: Ship: Seabourn Quest Category: Cruise Cabins from $ per person
Caribbean Quest Cruise

Cruise summary

Cruise: Caribbean Quest Cruise
Duration: 12 nights
Ship: Seabourn Quest
Star rating:
Departs: Fort Lauderdale
Returns: Fort Lauderdale
Ports of call: 8
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • All suite staterooms
  • Spa Villas
  • Shop/boutique (3)
  • DINING
  • Dining venues (4)
  • Member Chaîne des Rôtisseurs
  • In-suite dining
  • Special diets (book ahead)
  • Lounges, open bars (6)
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show Lounge (shows, cabaret)
  • Live music, dancing
  • Onshore tours organised
  • Casino
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pools (2)
  • Whirlpools (6)
  • Health spa & salon
  • Kinesis Wall
  • Fitness centre, classes
  • Sun Terrace
  • Golf putting (9 holes)
  • Marina, watersports
  • Computer Centre (pay)
  • Enrichment programs
  • Port lectures
  • Library, card room
  • OTHER
  • Wheelchair access good
  • Wi-Fi, cell phone (pay)
  • Medical facility
  • Laundrette self-service
  • Elevators (3)
  • 110V AC power

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • Gratuities - tipping is neither expected nor required
  • Gourmet dining with complimentary fine wines, beers, spirits
  • Specialty coffee, tea, bottled water, juices & snacks 24 hrs
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Cocktail or champagne reception
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Open bar - premium beers, wines, spirits, soft-drinks
  • Stocked in-suite bar & refrigerator at no charge
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Fitness and/or yoga, gym classes
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Concierge service
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Internet access & Wi-Fi in cabin (top suites complimentary)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Casino gaming
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges

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