Rocking & Sailing at Christmastime from NYC
Christmas in NYC and Sailing to the Southern Caribbean
14 Days | December 7-20, 2019
Starting At $1895.00
What a better way to kick off the Christmas season than seeing the famous Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Plaza, shopping down 5th Avenue, and then sailing away to the warm Southern Caribbean islands! Escape the early winter on this wonder cruise vacation!
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PER PERSON PRICES:
Interior: $1895 Double….$3165 Single
Ocenaview: $2095 Double…..$3565 Single
Balcony: $2295 Double…..$3965 Single
December 7: Arrive New York City
Today, arrive into New York City and check into your hotel. Spend the afternoon sightseeing on your own around the city as it is decorated for Christmas! Stroll by the magnificent tree in Rockefeller Plaza, or shop around Times Square and Fifth Avenue.
December 8: Board the Anthem of the Seas
After breakfast and hotel check out this morning, travel over to Cape Liberty, New Jersey and board the Anthem of the Seas. The Anthem isn’t the same old song. It’s a rally cry for thrill seekers, gourmet globetrotters, and adventure aficionados. It’s Goodbye city lights, hello island sights!
December 9: Day at Sea
Today is spent sailing down the Eastern Coast. The ship offers many activities throughout the day.
December 10: Day at Sea
Today is another thrilling day at sea. Schedule yourself a massage in the spa or try your luck in the casino.
December 11: San Juan, Puerto Rico
One of the largest islands in the Eastern Caribbean, Puerto Rico’s landscape encompasses mountains, underground caves, coral reefs, white-sand beaches and an incredibly massive rain forest that supplies fresh water to most of the island. At the same time San Juan, the capital of the commonwealth, is a big city with a bustling business district, glitzy resorts and casinos, as well as one of the most stunning examples of colonial life in the Western world.
December 12: Philipsburg, St Maarten
Explore two colorful nations on one exotic island. Split down the middle centuries ago by two European powers, this 37-mile isle offers cosmopolitan culture, international shopping, and world-class cuisine with a laid-back Caribbean atmosphere. Here in St. Maarten you’ll find the island’s natural attributes are equally fine: the rugged coastline shelters silky crescents of sand framed by green undulating hills.
December 13: St Johns, Antigua
The first settlement on the island we now know as Antigua was not established until the 1600s, when English settlers arrived. Antigua remained a part of the British Commonwealth until its independence in 1981. Today, Antigua is a popular vacation destination, attracting tourists with its ideal climate, amazing landscape, leisurely lifestyle and 365 beautiful beaches – one for every day of the year!
December 14: Castries, St Lucia
Take a walk on the wild side when you cruise to St. Lucia, where magenta bougainvillea tumbles down from mossy peaks and birdsong fills the air. With some of the Caribbean’s most dramatic scenery—from the velvety Pitons peaks to the shimmering white-sand beaches—independent St. Lucia has a decidedly French lilt. Climb green-mantled mountains and snorkel in jade seas on your sun-filled visit here.
December 15: Bridgetown, Barbados
With pearly pink sand and a jaunty British lilt, Barbados is one of the Caribbean’s most captivating islands. Cruise to Barbados to discover a hothouse landscape, where old sugar plantations and rum distilleries dot the verdant sun-dappled hills. Spy a green monkey in a rainforest ravine, sample savory local rum, or simply follow the trail of bougainvillea blossoms to a glorious beach.
December 16: Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
Rainforests, waterfalls, and lovely crescents of sand are right outside your door at St. Kitts. Cane fields climb the slopes of volcanic peaks, and the ruins of old mills and colonial plantation houses blanket the island. Little St. Kitts remains at heart a sleepy and charming tropical backwater. Cruise to St. Kitts to bask in the Caribbean’s sunny geniality and natural splendor.
December 17: Day at Sea
Today is a full day spent at sea. Enjoy some time in the adults only Solarium with your favorite book or if you’re the adventurous type, schedule yourself a lesson on the Flowrider.
December 18: Day at Sea
Today is a full day spent at sea.
December 19: Day at Sea
Today is the last day spent at sea.
December 20: Day at Sea
Today arrive back into Cape Liberty. Disembark the ship and depart for home.