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November 11 - November 20, 2015

Cruise from Nassau, Bahamas through the southern Caribbean. Explore the coral reefs of Grand Turk, the pristine parklands of Saint John and the tiny island of Nevis. See Bequia’s historic whaling village, turtle sanctuary and Moonhole preserve. Meander through a spice garden in Grenada. Explore the lush rainforests of Dominica and see Trafalgar Falls.


About M.S. Saint Laurent

Refined, Small Ship Experiences
The indisputable joy of sailing is brought to life on the M.S. Saint Laurent, an agile small ship that easily navigates canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. Onboard, fresh, modern design tips its hat to the maritime past as spacious, open-air lounges, inviting dining venues, and generous windows ensure you never miss a chance to savor the view.
Intuitive and Attentive Services
With an attentive crew of 90 serving no more than 210 guests, guests will feel at home on the M.S. Saint Laurent from the moment you step on board. Whether it’s a favorite cocktail served on deck, hot coffee delivered to the guestroom, an iPad® offered for use in the lounge, or the delicate chocolate received at turndown, the ship has it all. Throughout the ship, unlimited beverages are available 24 hours a day, including distinctive wines, beers, spirits, cocktails, soft drinks, juices, coffee, tea, and water. And 24-hour room service is just a phone call away.
On-board Specialists and Included Excursions
Aboard the M.S. Saint Laurent, guests will travel in the enriching company of specialists who share their expertise freely in presentations and impromptu discussions throughout your journey. In port, shore excursions with knowledgeable local guides provide meaningful opportunities to uncover the rich history, unique wildlife, and fascinating cultures of the destinations you visit.
Fresh, Healthy Regional Cuisine
The M.S. Saint Laurent offers distinctive dining venues, each with its own appeal. Enjoy fresh air and fresh selections at Cliff Rock Bar & Grille, the outdoor grill where “hot rock” cooking is the special of the day, every day. Relax in the comfort of the elegant main dining room, where a professional wait staff serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily from the chef’s menu of regionally inspired dishes and western favorites. After dinner, share stories and laughter with friends in the casual comfort of the English-style tavern.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 | Nassau, Bahamas
Guests will arrive at Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport and make their way to the port to board the M.S. Saint Laurent. In the evening, guests will share cocktails on deck as they prepare to set sail on a tropical cruise adventure.

Day 2 | Cruising the Caribbean Sea
The Caribbean Sea floor is made up of five basins, separated by underwater ridges and mountain ranges. Water from the Atlantic Ocean enters the Caribbean through the Anegada Passage and the Windward Passage. After an exhilarating day of cruising, guest will gather for a cocktail reception, followed by a welcome dinner.

Day 3 | Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
Arrive in the Turks and Caicos and go ashore on Grand Turk, a small island that retains the look and feel of the Caribbean of 40 years ago. The island is six miles long and is blessed with miles of beautiful beaches and close to several uninhabited cays. While there are many landside attractions to explore such as the Old Prison, Lighthouse Park, and the re-created salt salina, the real beauty of the island lies underwater in the healthy coral reefs that surround the island.

Day 4 | Cruising the Caribbean Sea

Day 5 | St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Today guests will visit the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. John. Join the expedition team and hike along Lind Point Trail or visit Trunk Bay, which boasts beautiful underwater coral gardens and is one of the world’s most stunning beaches.

Day 6 | Charlestown, Nevis
Visit the island of Nevis, a beautiful island that offers gracious, old, sugar plantation houses such as Hermitage Plantation, Montpellier Golden Rock, and Old Manor. The island is, also, the birthplace of United States founding father Alexander Hamilton. On today’s excursion, guests will enjoy an island drive and visit Fig Tree Church where Lord Admiral Horatio Nelson and Fanny Nesbit were married. Afterwards, guests will enjoy free time to visit the island beach or hike through the rainforest.

Day 7 | Roseau, Dominica
Known for its unspoiled beauty, guests will visit Emerald Pool or Trafalgar Falls on the morning expedition ashore. An optional afternoon excursion will escort guests to Wolton Waven, or “wellness village,” to enjoy a reviving Sulphur stream bath in the heart of the rainforest.

Day 8 | Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Part of the 32-island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the island of Bequia is a paradise of white sand beaches, boutiques selling local crafts, and the local delicacy: lobster pizza. Take a drive to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary and the Boat Museum before exploring the village of Port Elizabeth or relaxing on Princess Maragaret beach.

Day 9 | St. George’s, Grenada
Grenada is the Caribbean’s “Isle of Spice” – one of the world’s richest sources of nutmeg, mace, clove, cinnamon, and cocoa. The day’s shore excursion takes guests to the island’s Fort Frederick, Grand Etang Lake, and Laura’s Herb & Spice Garden with an optional snorkeling trip in the afternoon.

Day 10 | Port of Spain, Trinidad
After breakfast, guests will disembark the M.S. Saint Laurent and make their way to the airport for returning flights home.


Tour Price

After exhilarating days on shore, escape to a private retreat featuring fresh, modern décor, hardwood floors, beds with deep, premium mattresses, 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, deluxe duvets, and your choice of different pillow options. All staterooms and suites also offer individual climate controls, magnifying makeup mirrors, plush towels, coveted L’Occitane® bath amenities, spa robes and slippers, and under-bed storage.

Owner's Suite $7,999
An ocean view suite boasting sweeping views with interior and exterior entrances, a 450 sq. ft. private terrace, a complimentary mini-bar (restocked daily), one queen-size bed and one sofa bed, a sitting area, in-room safe, evening canapés, complimentary laundry service, and the services of a dedicated butler. (Deck 3)

Category AA Stateroom $7,299
An ocean view rooms with direct access to the open-air promenade. Added amenities include two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and mini-bar. (Deck 4)

Category A Stateroom $6,799
An ocean view stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed. (Deck 3)

Category B Stateroom $6,599
An ocean view stateroom offering sweeping views, two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and a chest of drawers. (Deck 3)

Category C Stateroom $6,299
An ocean view stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and a chest of drawers. (Deck 3)

Category D Stateroom $5,999
An ocean view stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and a chest of drawers. (Deck 2)

Category E Stateroom $5,599
An ocean view stateroom with a queen-size bed, an armoire, and a chest of drawers. (Deck 2 & 3)

Category F Stateroom $5,299
An ocean view stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and chest of drawers. (Deck 1)

Category G Stateroom $4,599
An ocean view stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and chest of drawers. (Deck 1)

Category H Stateroom $4,199
An interior stateroom with two twin-size or one queen-size bed, an armoire, and a chest of drawers. (Deck 3)

Port Charges: $399 per person

Special Offer!
Mention Historic Hotels of America when booking your tour and receive three $100 gift certificates, each good toward a $100 refund when you book through HistoricHotels.org and stay for at least two-nights at a Historic Hotels of America hotel.**

Reservations
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Terms & Conditions

*Based on double occupancy. Per person in USD. 60% Single Supplement available for categories A-F.
Included in tour cost: Cruise fares cover certain shipboard services including: accommodations, shore excursions, onboard meals and entertainment, complimentary beverages aboard ship where noted in the respective cruise program brochure.
Not included in tour cost: airfare, hotel accommodations, optional shore excursions, meals ashore(unless otherwise noted), beverages not highlighted as included, fuel surcharges, laundry (unless otherwise noted), purchases from the ship boutique or any item or service of a personal nature such as medical care, massages, and spa treatments.

**Maximum of one $100 certificate may be claimed for a refund with a minimum two night stay booked through HistoricHotels.org following the return of your tour and completion of your hotel stay. The refund will be issued within 45 days of the completion of your stay upon submitting a Great Experiences & Tours $100 refund application. Refund application must be submitted with a copy of your hotel folio receipt, the original confirmation number from your booking on HistoricHotels.org, and the Certificate number issued to you for booking your tour through Historic Hotels of America. Certificates issued are a promotion only valid toward future reservations made through HistoricHotels.org and do not have any cash value. One certificate may be used per room per two night or longer stay at the same hotel. Eligible rates include rates publicly available at time of booking. Reduced rates, rooms included in another travel or tour package, employee rates, advance purchase rates, and certain last minute sale rates are not eligible for this promotion.


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