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Cruise - St. Lucia & Barbados & Grenada

SEA CLOUD Caribbean Cruise - From and to Barbados


  • Sail off the beaten path, away from mass tourism

  • Enjoy cultural encounters, appreciate the regional and create value for the locals

  • Enjoy a classic sea ambience on board

  • Menus with local products and market fresh fish

  • Get to know six islands in seven days


The SEA CLOUD windjammer glides towards a bright sun, over to a world that glows in pastel: the archipelago of the Lesser Antilles. The Caribbean Sea offers ideal wind conditions to enjoy life under sail to the fullest. On a Caribbean cruise with the SEA CLOUD, you can access destinations large ships can’t get to.



Barbados - Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Guadeloupe - Dominica - Saint Lucia - Barbados

Individual arrival or organized arrival to Barbados available for an extra fee.

Over 300 years of British rule have left their mark on Bridgetown. Today, that history is mainly reflected in the old town of the capital of Barbados through its colonial architecture around the central Trafalgar Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gentle green hills and endless sugar cane fields define the landscape of the island: Old mansions bear witness to the sweet life of the plantation owners, countless colorful chattel houses to the "movable property" of the plantation workers. The curved coastline, a postcard idyll of fine sandy beaches and turquoise blue sea, is surrounded by colorful coral reefs.

You will go aboard the Sea Cloud around 10:00 p.m.

Although Bequia is the largest island in the Grenadines, its 18 square kilometers make it small and tranquil. In Admiralty Bay, a naturally protected bay, elegant sailing yachts bob about. In pretty Port Elizabeth, with its many beach bars, you are right in the middle of a lifestyle that knows no hustle and bustle. Unimpressed by trends and hustle and bustle, Grenadine Island has retained its natural Caribbean flair. Here, the brain immediately switches to barefoot mode: with cold beer and reggae, locals and sailors sit together in small beach bars and live easily into the day.

Also nearby is Princess Margaret Beach, named after a visit by the British princess. On the east coast is the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, which is dedicated to the breeding and care of endangered sea turtles.

To the very south of the Grenadines are Union Island and the Tobago Cays. Due to its volcanic silhouette, Union Island received the "Tahiti of the West Indies" nickname. Four uninhabited small islands - surrounded by a protective coral reef in the shape of a horseshoe - form the Tobago Cays. The "Horseshoe Reef" keeps the Atlantic swell at bay and with its unique flora and fauna is an ideal snorkeling area. Eye to eye with parrot fish, sea turtles and damselfish you can drift through the underwater world in the crystal clear water. The lagoon between the islets shimmers in all shades from turquoise to emerald green and invites you to swim on dream beaches.

A day at sea can be a welcome relief after all the experiences from the past few days. Rest, enjoy a digital detox far away from the mainland or get to know the ship and your fellow passengers better. However you choose to spend your day, the crew will take care of your well-being.

The small archipelago of Îles des Saintes was a problem child for a long time until it finally became French in 1816. In the charming main town of Terre-de-Haut, you can stroll along the waterfront promenade. Below the historic Fort Napoléon, you can stroll relaxed through the small town and enjoy the French flair of its bars, cafés and boutiques. Savoir-vivre takes place against a backdrop that glows in Caribbean pastel. Fort Napoleon towers high above the bay, rewarding the climb with a spectacular panoramic view. On the other side of the island, the Plage de Pompierre beckons with bathing and beach pleasures.

In the evening, you will reach the area around Cabrits National Park in the north of the island of Dominica. Here you will spend your night.

Dominica, unofficially nicknamed "Nature Island," is one of the most pristine of the Leeward Islands. It has some of the highest mountains in the Lesser Antilles and numerous national parks. Dense jungle define its interior, where rivers plunge and small streams wind through the jungle. Two extinct volcanoes form the center of Cabrits National Park, and the formerly strategically important Fort Stanley, reclaimed by nature, also offers a picturesque backdrop amidst the jungle.

Two famous volcanic cones are undisputed landmarks of St. Lucia and are UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites. Gros and Petit Piton tower over the south of the islands and appear close enough to touch in Soufrière. The volcanoes died out ages ago, but the sulfur springs show the power of the earth's interior and still bubble. In the botanical gardens, natural lushness and artful arrangements combine to create a colorful tropical paradise. Some claim that Joséphine, later Napoleon's wife, already bathed in the garden's small pool.

Your unique cruise experience comes to an end today. Around 8:00 a.m. you will disembark in Bridgetown.

We will help you plan your individual departure or a beach extension on the easternmost of the Caribbean islands.

A self-confident grande dame, sporty style icon and generous hostess - the Sea Cloud is a living legend. Once built as a private luxury yacht, she combines extravagant charm and an authentic windjammer feel. Golden taps in the shape of swans, magnificent marble fireplaces, French antiques - as heiress to a fortune worth millions, Marjorie Merriweather Post was able to let her imagination run wild when building her private yacht, which was launched in Kiel in 1931. Even today, every detail on the SEA CLOUD radiates the splendor of a bygone era. Her elegance has a timeless effect, as she has retained her unconventional charm.

On three decks, the ship offers space for up to 64 passengers. The 32 cabins could hardly be more different: depending on your personal taste, you can stay a little more luxurious in one of the eight original cabins or a little more modern in the cozy outside cabins. On board, everyone quickly finds their favorite spot: whether it's for a cocktail at the Lido Bar, in a comfortable deck chair, in the Blue Lagoon or for their first coffee on the bridge.

Duration of the trip: 8 days/ 7 nights


  • 7 nights in a double cabin
  • Sailing cruise in the booked cabin category
  • Tips
  • Welcome champagne in the cabin
  • All meals from early bird breakfast to 4-course evening choice menu
  • 5-course gala dinner during the cruise
  • Welcome and farewell cocktail with champagne
  • Quality wines and beer with lunch and dinner
  • All soft drinks during the trip
  • All non-alcoholic coffee and tea drinks
  • Mineral water on the excursions
  • Freshly filled fruit basket in your cabin daily
  • E-mails can be sent from the onboard laptop free of charge
  • Tour guide
  • All port fees
  • Use of water sports equipment such as snorkeling gear, stand-up paddles and towable tube (weather permitting)
  • Free laundry service in cat. A-C
  • The starting price is valid in the 26.02.22 - 06.03.22 travel period

Not included

  • International flights
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned in the scope of service
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa, entry and/or exit fees, if required


  • The itinerary may change depending on wind and weather conditions. The decision is up to the captain.
  • The above navigation time may change depending on current wind and weather conditions.

2022 dates

Departures from/to Bridgetown:

  • 27.02.22 - 06.03.22

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