If taking a dip in crystal-clear water and feeling warm sand beneath their toes sounds like a dream way for your clients to spend their vacation, a voyage to the Caribbean might just be what they’re looking for. Even beyond the beaches, these island paradises have so much to offer, from centuries-old rum distilleries, spectacular landscapes and a kaleidoscope of colorful marine life. So why not have them join Queen Mary 2® as she escapes to the sunshine and swaying palms of the Caribbean.
It's no secret the Caribbean is a favorite among sun seekers, but with centuries of history and a vibrant food scene, a vacation here offers so much more than just a chance to work on your tan. Join us as we take a look at some of the unique islands your clients could visit on a Cunard® voyage, along with some culinary delights and shore experiences they could enjoy along the way.
Experience the tropical delights of St. Thomas, St. Maarten, St. Kitts and more.
Roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale
15 nights ♦ Mar 30, 2022 ♦ M209H
Enjoy hopping between seven Caribbean islands, with two days in Barbados.
28 nights ♦ Feb 15, 2022 ♦ M206P
Escape to sun-filled beaches, bookended by seven relaxing days crossing the Atlantic.
Barbados is an island where relaxation and adventure go hand in hand. Its atmospheric capital, Bridgetown, is your clients' gateway to UNESCO-listed garrisons, Georgian-style mansions and rum distilleries dating back to the 1700s.
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Half-French, half-Dutch, St. Maarten is well known for its rich history and thriving food scene. Your clients can admire the pretty candy-hued buildings of Philipsburg or visit the famous Maho beach where descending aircrafts pass as low as 50 feet overhead.
Castries, St. Lucia
St. Lucia is home to some of the Caribbean’s most spectacular natural landscapes, including the iconic Pitons. In the capital, Castries, your clients will be sure to take in the vibrant central market that is teeming with exotic fruits, spices and natural wares.
Nicknamed 'Nature Island', Dominica is one of the greenest islands in the eastern Caribbean. Highlights include the Dominica Botanical Gardens in the capital Roseau. In this 16-acre oasis, colorful birds and lizards roam among the tropical fauna.