HAMBURG, Germany, June 18, 2012 /CNW/ - Experience the natural paradise
of Central America and the Caribbean with the Sea Cloud and Sea Cloud
II sailing vessels. Cragged volcanic peaks rise from the rich green of
the jungle, surrounded by a splendid abundance of tropical flowers.
Local guides and lecturers share their knowledge of the unique variety
of plants and animals to be found in the national parks of Costa Rica
and Panama. The trip along the Pacific coast blends magnificent natural
beauty with ideal sailing grounds in which the legendary Sea Cloud and
her crew can demonstrate their skill under full sail.
Dates: San José/Costa Rica - San José/Costa Rica, 3 to 10 January/10 to 17
January 2013, 8 days from US$ 3,555 per person incl. shore excursions
Like sailing enthusiasts, nature lovers will have plenty to enjoy on the
cruise around the Grenadines and the other islands of the Lesser
Antilles. Brightly colored coral reefs that are home to rare sea
creatures invite you to snorkel among them. The subtropical climate
makes it a paradise for flower lovers, whose hearts will beat faster in
experiencing the botanical gardens of St. Lucia. Named a UNESCO World
Heritage Site, the inactive twin volcanic peaks known as the Pitons can
be admired from the mooring of the Sea Cloud II in all their lush
Dates: Barbados-Barbados, 20 December 2012 to 3 January 2013, 15 days from US$
8,725 per person incl. shore excursions, early booking discount until
30 September 2012.
Sea Cloud Cruises is one of the leading cruise operators. The
80-year-old four-masted bark Sea Cloud was built for the American
entrepreneurial married couple Edward Hutton and Marjorie Merriweather
Post. With its high quality standard the Sea Cloud serves as the model
for all other passenger ships that are part of the operator´s fleet.
SOURCE SEA CLOUD CRUISES
For further information:
For information and reservations, please contact Sea Cloud Cruises, Inc., 282 Grand Avenue, Ste. 3 Englewood, NJ 07631, Phone: +1-201-227-9404, Toll Free: +1-888-732-2568, or go to http://www.seacloud.com