Leeward Islands by Day

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Explore The Leewards By Day...

For a day spent ashore, these are the places to be pampered, the sights to see, the shopping districts to delve into, and the activities to indulge in.


To keep fit and active while on vacation without heading ashore each day, enjoy private personal training sessions onboard. St Barths is home to highly experienced and certified personal trainers who conduct highly-recommended one-on-one or group Pilates, yoga or fitness classes on deck.



Hotel Spas
Finding hotels more luxurious than Anguilla’s finest would be a difficult task, and with each of them offering an exquisite array of spa services, pampering on this island is truly unforgettable. The Malliouhana Hotel and Spa in Meads Bay boasts the ultimate location, while CuisinArt Resort and Spa specializes in a diverse menu of spa services using cutting-edge techniques.

Curtain Bluff
The über-opulent Curtain Bluff on Antigua is home to a 1500 square-metre Spa, whose four single and one couples treatment room overlook the ocean. From body treatments to diet snacks, the spa even offers specialized massages and facials for children.

Mango Orchard
The Mango Orchard Spa in St Kitts is perhaps one of the most unique pampering experiences in the Caribbean, where guests can enjoy a variety of massages beneath the canopy of a tropical rainforest, or a manicure whilst watching monkeys playing in the aromatic mango trees.

As far as beaches go, St Barths is difficult to surpass and all 14 on the island shine with natural beauty. Marigot and Lorient offer the most peace and quiet, Gouverneur the most privacy, the best surfing is at Le Toiny, while Saline is unbeatable for picture-perfect scenery.

The gorgeous Gustavia in St Barths is home to the island’s best shopping, with the fabulous Carré d'Or luxury shopping complex and the tempting scatter of little boutiques lining the backstreets. Alternatively, Villa Créole in St. Jean boasts some equally lovely boutiques. For local beauty goods, Le Ti Marché hosts an endearing open-air market where you can find the exotic Belou’s P. For cigar-lovers, the smart Comptoir on Rue du Gl. de Gaulle hosts an amazing selection of the finest Cuban and Dominican cigars, personally sourced by the expert owners.

A cultural haven for interesting events, St Barths hosts The Classical Music festival every January. For two weeks, live music and dance performances from some of the world’s most prominent classical, opera, ballet, and jazz stars light up the tiny island and fill the yachts on the harbour with enthralling music.

St Barths Bucket
For admirers of beautiful yachts, there is no better place to be in March than St Barths. The St Barths Bucket is an invitational race open to yachts over 30 metres, where the racing lasts three days and the celebrations even longer. A stylish gathering of owners and their crews, this regatta is just as much a social event as a sporting one.

Home to the world-class Sir Vivian Richards cricket stadium, Antigua is one of the most entertaining countries in the world to catch a cricket match. Test matches normally run from January to June, as the West Indies host a series of top-calibre international teams.

Kite Surfing
A premier destination for kite surfing, Guadeloupe provides guests with the perfect experience. International professionals offer private lessons for a few hours or daily packages for any level. From the marina to the island’s best kite surfing spots, you will be treated to a truly professional experience using first-class equipment.

For an afternoon spent teeing-off on a truly remarkable golf course, Anguilla is home to the Temenos Club, boasting a Greg Norman designed 18 hole international golf course and two resplendent health spas for those wishing to escape the sun.

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