Family is more important than all the gold and silver in the world. Families are like branches of a tree that grow in many directions but are always rooted in one solid foundation.
This holiday season let’s make family a focus!
My family, invites your family to spend the holidays with us in an atmosphere where we all can simply enjoy each others company. No one will have to cook, no one will have to clean, but you’ll have breakfast, lunch and dinner prepared for you every single day. No one will need to make a plan for activities to entertain and no one will need to shop for the perfect holiday gift because the journey to 8 destinations over the holiday season with those you hold most dear will simply be gift enough.
We invite you to enjoy a journey filled with laughter and love where the WiFi will be included to post all those wonderful pictures or to surf during those so infrequent down times; where those classic beverages and tips are all included unlike other cruises; and where the food and atmosphere is the creme de la creme of cruising.
We’ll visit eight amazing destinations where the fun will never stop and you’ll never lack for excitement and new discovery.
We’ll enjoy our family, friends and these amazing destinations on board the amazing Celebrity Silhouette where you will rest in staterooms that are so gorgeous, you may never want to leave your room. We’ll gather for a toast at the newly reimagined Passport Bar or the new Craft Social Bar, which are cool and casual spots. We’ll win big at the onboard casino. We’ll shop in exciting new boutiques featuring the hottest designers and party our night away with the Dueling DJs. Last but not least, we must take some self time at The Spa just to rejuvenate our soul and spirit.
Tell all your family and friends to get onboard this amazing holiday journey and lets celebrate life and the joy of just being together during a special time!
The Bahamas is an unmatched destination, a heart-pounding adventure across 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean. Here, beautiful beaches are just the beginning. Venture beyond them and discover an island humming with history, art, nightlife, and culture. Make sure to visit the Pompey Museum of Slavery & Emancipation at Vendue House. Enslaved Africans and other commodities were sold at Vendue House during the 18th and 19th centuries. Pompey became a museum in 1992. Open: Monday/Saturday 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. / Thursdays 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. / Closed: Sundays and Public Holidays
Castries is the capital city of Saint Lucia. The commercial capital of Saint Lucia, Castries boasts the island’s busiest sea port and houses nearly one-third of the island’s population. Much of the island’s history is still visible in the city through its eloquent mix of French and British architecture. Even some of the street names bear testimony to that era. Common thoroughfares include Jeremie Street, William Peter Boulevard, Bridge Street, Brazil Street, John Compton Highway, and Micoud Street.
Truly one of my absolute favorite US ports of call! San Juan has everything you could be looking for from shops, to culture, to nightlife, food & rhythms that make your hips swing! Puerto Rico's vibrant culture, friendly people, and diverse scenery make it a top destination in the Caribbean and Travel & Leisure states, “The island's rich history, culture, food, beaches, mountains, rainforest, and warm weather are just a few reasons to visit”
Saint John’s, city and capital of Antigua and Barbuda. Most of Antigua’s inhabitants live in St. John’s. The language is English, and some two-thirds of the people are Christian. Antigua was visited in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, who named it for the Church of Santa Maria de la Antigua in Sevilla, Spain. It was colonized by English settlers in 1632 and remained a British possession although it was raided by the French in 1666. The early colonizers were also attacked by Caribs, who were once one of the dominant peoples of the West Indies. Make sure to visit Buccaneer Cove Beach which is walking distance to various restaurants and hotels.
Fort Lauderdale's 24-mile span of golden beaches awaits you. Hotels, restaurants, shopping destinations and attractions throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale's 31 neighborhoods are ready to welcome you with gracious hospitality. So come relax and unwind, while enjoying a change of scenery.
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Each place in Barbados has a story, every meal is a celebration, and each day promises new experiences, discoveries and memories to last a lifetime. Many expect Barbados to be a once-in-a-lifetime type of trip, but quickly discover that it is the kind of place you want to return to, time and time again. With so much to do, it is probably pretty obvious now why travelers keep coming back!
If swaying to a soca beat, sipping local rum around a bonfire on the beach is your thing then St. Kitts is your right destination. St. Kitts is small enough to see in a day, and big enough to explore for a lifetime. Rolling landscapes in a thousand shades of green. Shimmering aqua-blue waters lapping upon corrugated shores notched with secret white-sand beaches. The verdant peak of a towering volcano rising majestically above lush rainforests. Massive beds of offshore coral, teeming with fish of every stripe and color. What’s not to love about the island of St. Kitts?
Puerto Plata’s mountains stand guard as the backdrop of its virgin beaches creating a scenic site on the sands. Other top beach areas besides Playa Dorada include Cabarete, a Kiteboarding Capital of the World. The area is best known for surfing, windsurfing, kite boarding, SUP and sailing. Soft waves front the beaches of Cofresí and Costambar. Located on a crescent-shaped bay, Sosúa is a postcard perfect beach. Featuring a backdrop of towering cliffs, the turquoise-colored waters here are calm and clear, great for snorkeling.
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