Cruise the Caribbean and Visit San Juan, Great Stirrup Cay, and St. Maarten
Included in all options:
- Accommodations for 7 nights
- All meals
You’ll cruise to some of the Caribbean’s most popular and beautiful destinations aboard the MSC Divina, which exudes a Hollywood-meets-Mediterranean glamour inspired by Sophia Loren. Inside, you’ll find a grand staircase sparkling with Swarovski crystals. It’s a stately scene, but the imposing vessel packs in plenty of fun and games, too—there are swimming pools, bowling, and an aqua park. Between destinations, you can dine on the house at one of the many restaurants on board or kick back with live entertainment at the piano bar. You can explore each port of call at your leisure or partake in optional excursions.
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Days 1–4: Miami to Philipsburg<p>
After leaving Miami, the ship travels southeast to Philipsburg on the Dutch side of the island of St. Maarten. In this picturesque city, you can rent a bicycle and pedal down cobblestone streets past hundreds of duty-free shops selling everything from precious gems to guavaberry liqueur. It’s easy to find places to go jet-skiing, parasailing, and snorkeling. Maho Bay is ideal for swimming and it boasts unparalleled sunsets and an energetic nightlife. For snorkeling, head to Shipwreck Cove, where you can dive beneath the surface to see vibrantly colored marine life swimming amid sunken boats.
Day 5: San Juan<p>
Next, the ship journeys north to Puerto Rico’s dynamic capital, San Juan. The oldest part of the city has an impressive number of colonial Spanish architecture dating back as far as the 16th century. Can’t-miss sites include the San Juan Cathedral (final resting place of explorer Ponce de Leon) and El Morro, a more than 400-year-old fortress perched on a rocky bluff overlooking San Juan Harbor.
As the day comes to a close, take a stroll along Paseo de la Princesa amid live music, stone fountains, and views of the sunset. After dark, most tourists head to one of the city’s many multilevel nightclubs, discotheques, and casinos.
Days 6–7: San Juan to Great Stirrup Cay to Miami<p>
The trip winds down just south of Miami at Great Stirrup Cay, part of the Berry Islands, a Bahamian archipelago popular with yachters. On this laid-back, 250-acre slice of paradise, you can sip fruity cocktails beneath swaying palm trees, go kayaking on the ocean, and shop for handmade trinkets at the open-air straw market.
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