Itinerary Highlights

  • Visit Pirates of the Caribbean locations with snorkelling, kayaking and catamaran trips included
  • Experience marine life at its best with dolphin and whale watching opportunities
  • Zip line through the tropical rainforests of St Lucia
  • Relax with a beach stay on the beautiful island of Barbados


  • All-Inclusive
  • Bar
  • Gym
  • Restaurant
  • Shore Excursions Included
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool

Littered with unique sun-soaked islands, why choose to visit just one Caribbean isle? On board the Regent Seven Seas Navigator, on a ten-night all-inclusive Caribbean tour beginning and ending in Barbados, you can visit the sandy shores of Trinidad, Grenada, St Vincent, Dominica, St Barths, Antigua, Guadelope, Martinique and St Lucia, before returning to Barbados for four nights at the legendary luxury resort Sandy Lane.

When you’re not exploring palm-fringed beaches and yacht-filled harbours, back on the cruise ship you’ll find luxury cabins that boast their own private terrace, a spa, multiple fine dining venues, as well as the Regent Seven Seas signature style and service.

Pricing Summary

10 nights all-inclusive aboard Seven Seas Navigator from £7,595 per person based on 2 adults sharing a Deluxe Veranda Suite on an all-inclusive basis including return economy class flights, private transfers and free, unlimited shore excursions.




Start your voyage in the vibrant capital of Barbados and enjoy the unique mixture of colonial history, colourful traditions and shining white sand beaches.
Immerse yourself in the multicultural heritage of Trinidad and explore beautiful gardens, 20th century mansions and magnificent parks.
Blending Georgian architecture, traditional terracotta roofs and exotic spice markets with soft sands and luscious rainforest, St. George’s has to be seen to be believed.
Known as the “City of Arches” for the volcanic stone archways that have formed throughout the city, Kingstown also houses a delightful outdoor waterfront market.
Marvel at the unspoilt beauty of Dominica; from thick rainforests and dense foliage, to surging rivers, towering mountain ranges and smouldering volcanic peaks.
With 365 delightful beaches, harlequin-hued coral reefs, colonial architecture, and an 18th century fort, St. Johns evokes the quintessential image of the British Caribbean.
The volcanic land mass of St. Barths is particularly popular with hikers. Fort Karl provides elevated views of the stunning scenery as well as a glimpse into Gustavia’s history.
Surround yourself in unparalleled beauty as you hike through the jungle of Basse-Terre or view unbelievable vistas from the summit of La Grande Soufrière volcano.
From the French-built forts and architectural hallmarks to the language and cuisine, the fusion between Caribbean and French style cultivates a one-of-a-kind culture.
With a magnificent rainforest that served as the tropical location for 1967’s Doctor Doolittle film, it’s no surprise that Castries is a hot-bed of indigenous wildlife for you to discover.
Arrive back onto the welcoming sands of Bridgetown, take part in fantastic aquatic activities and sample local delicacies like sweet and succulent flying fish, and Mount Gay rum.


These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options

Barbados Roundtrip

These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options
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