Le Ponant Grenadines Caribbean Cruise

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Le Ponant Grenadines Caribbean Cruise

Following in the nautical tradition of three-masted sailing ship, Le Ponant will take you on a voyage of discovery. The ship capacity limited to 64 passengers provides intimacy and convivial atmosphere to the cruise...
Enjoy an eight-night cruise through the Caribbean on an intimate sailing ship.
Following in the nautical tradition of three-masted sailing ship, Le Ponant will take you on a voyage of discovery. The ship capacity limited to 64 passengers provides intimacy and convivial atmosphere to the cruise. The refined life on board, the welcoming charm of your cabin, the lounges and the restaurants setting are as many invitations to relax.
Under full sail, gliding over the sea with the wind, you will fall under Le Ponant’s spell.

DAY ONE – Fort de France (Martinique) 

Located on the western coast of Martinique, Fort-de-France will amaze you by the splendour of its bay, a magnificent cut-out in the coastline, considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. At the harbour mouth, on its strip of land, Fort Saint-Louis overlooks the capital city of Martinique. If you climb up to it, you can see some breath-taking views. Saint Louis Cathedral and the Schoelcher library bear witness to a secular history, intimately linked to the island’s story. Why not try some fresh coconut at the colourful Grand Marché. Two really pleasant places you can take a breather in, right in the heart of the city, are the garden of Balata and the Aimé Césaire park.

DAY TWO – Soufriere, Sailing past Les Pitons (St Lucia) 

Nestled in the crook of a breath-taking bay, the former capital of Saint Lucia is brimming with attractions. It is famous for its proximity with the emblematic volcanic spires knows as The Pitons, which form the backdrop and are a UNESCO listed World Heritage site. Soufrière will also win you over with its authentic Creole charm and warm friendly atmosphere. If you love unwinding by the water’s edge, the surroundings of Soufrière, scattered with a host of idyllic bays and coves will be your paradise. It won’t take long before you are tempted by a diving spot in the shimmering waters, a gateway to exploring some incredible reef life. In Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens, you can make the most of the curative virtues of the natural mineral baths.

DAY THREE – Marigot Bay (St Lucia) 

On the west coast of the island of Sainte-Lucie, Marigot bay is one of the most beautiful bays in the Caribbean. You will instantly be bowled over by its marina and its deep blue waters. At the heart of this tiny cove surrounded by lush green hills, you can revel in the pleasures of the sea and its nautical activities. The beautiful stretch of sand advancing into the bay offers pleasant sunbathing in the shade of coconut palms. Although the turquoise seas are purely divine for swimming in, you can snorkel and deep sea dive to your heart’s content.

DAY FOUR – Bequia (St Vincent & Grenadines) 

In the heart of the Caribbean sea, the island of Bequia stretches into the heart of the Grenadines. This secluded land, strongly attached to its age-old tradition of whale hunting, has kept a cachet that will grab your attention. You’ll love the lively atmosphere in Port Elizabeth, the island’s main village. Between tropical forest, lush meadows and long stretches of white sand, Bequia provides a natural setting conducive for beautiful walks, as well as the joys of the beach. Among the island’s multiple attractions, the marine Park Beach sanctuary invites you to an unforgettable encounter with a protected species of animal life, namely sea turtles…

DAY FIVE – St Georges (Grenada) 

Delicately set against the back of a bay on the west coast of Grenada, Saint George’s attracts newcomers by the beauty of its location and its friendly, festive atmosphere. This “spice island” capital is an excellent base for visiting the surrounding natural sites, but you’ll also want to spend some time here moseying around its narrow streets where colonial houses and lush green gardens coexist. Carenage is Saint George’s lively commercial fishing harbour, high in colour, especially when the boats are being loaded with fruit and vegetables destined for neighbouring islands. 5 kilometres south, the Grand Anse beach is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean islands.

DAY SIX – Paradise Beach (Carriacou, Grenada) 

Belonging to the Grenadines, archipelago, Carriacou Island unfurls its sumptuous coat of green at the gates of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. This land of rolling green contrasts, bordered by splendid immaculate beaches, is certainly one of the most beautiful of the West Indies. This appropriately named beach of Paradise, located on the south-west coast won’t leave you indifferent, just like the rest of the island’s natural treasures. Bathed in the translucent waters, this long stretch of white sand is an invitation to chilling out in an idyllic setting where you can soak up the pleasures of the sea.

DAY SEVEN – Tobago Cays (Grenadines) 

Scattered between Saint-Vincent and Grenada, the Tobago Cays include 5 little islands. Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac and Jamesby. This rosary of Grenadine islands, an archipelago in the southern West Indies, are included in a programme for protecting wildlife. There is some outstanding marine fauna to be seen in these turquoise lagoons.  Girded and united by a coral reef, these secluded islands are like paradise, whether you want to dive or sail or just soak up the sun, the experience is like nothing on earth.

DAY EIGHT – Grande Anse D’Arlet (Martinique) 

On the west coast of Martinique, slightly to the north of the charming and authentic fishing port of Anses d’Arlet, the Grande Anse d’Arlet looks like El Dorado with its palm trees, its smooth sea and white sandy beach: its idyllic shore is a paradise for divers: Do like the locals, and relax on the little bar and restaurant terraces that border the beach and enjoy the exceptional light over the Caribbean sea, weather permitting. If you take the paths that lead through the tropical vegetation, you’ll get back to the road that leads to Anses d’Arlet.

DAY NINE – Fort de France (Martinique) 



Pricing  from $5,290 per person twin share