Scattered across the sparkling blue expanse of the sea are islands we call the Uncommon Caribbean, where this intoxicating blend survives in its natural state. 

Seabourn's Caribbean ports map

Hidden gems await you among the islands of the Caribbean Sea, where you will always find an easy-going greeting and a warm welcome. These precious remnants of a world we call the Uncommon Caribbean are off the beaten track, but our intimate ships can take you there. Spend a day with our chefs in local markets or take the crew’s advice on which beach has the most vibrant underwater life, and which bar blends the most tantalizing daiquiri. Our captains know the best places to anchor and deploy the marina, treating you to an unforgettable afternoon of watersports or a beach barbecue with lobsters on the grill and caviar served in the waist-deep surf. Come along and let us share our favorite Caribbean secrets with you.

This is your moment in Seabourn’s Caribbean

Featured Ports

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados has retained its British colonial heritage. Being in the Caribbean, it has pristine beaches, powerful surf, and gin-clear waters, but also 17th century English churches.

Castries, Saint Lucia

St. Lucia seems like a South Pacific island set down in the Caribbean. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the pyramidal Pitons, soar above the sea, sheltering verdant rain forests.

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts offers quiet beaches, remnants of the old British plantation culture, and dreamy days under silk-cotton trees, soothed by the scents of flamboyants and frangipani.

Philipsburg, Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is a constituent country of The Netherlands. Philipsburg is its capital and a popular port for cruise ships, with sightseeing activities and a well-served airport.

Gustavia, Saint Barthelemy

Gustavia's harbor is a favorite stop for sailing yachts, and the majority of visitors to the island are the privileged who treasure its laid-back chic and small-gem perfection.

Roseau, Dominica

The verdant “Nature Island” resolved not to succumb to casino culture. Instead, the island nation is the source of Rose’s Lime Juice, a requisite of the perfect gimlet cocktail.

Trafalgar Falls

Seabourn Current

A Travel Blog from Seabourn
Read the latest Caribbean articles on Seabourn’s digital magazine, Current – the newest way to find out about some of the most unique Seabourn destinations.

"Trafalgar Falls: The Waterfalls of Dominica"
Visit Current to learn about Dominica and Trafalgar Falls. The frequently overlooked island boasts volcanos, waterfalls, and more of nature’s must-see beauty.

More on the Caribbean from Current:
"Volcanic Awe"
"What to do in Basseterre"
"Explore the Caribbean by Cocktail"

Caribbean Island

Caribbean Travel Articles: Learn More About The Caribbean

Seabourn’s Caribbean voyages have hand-selected itineraries that include boutique ports, sheltered coves and hidden harbors.

Nature abounds throughout the voyage from the beautiful beaches in St. Kitts to the epic British Virgin Islands volcanos including Mount Pelée on Martinique. The towering Trafalgar Falls located in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the premier destination of Dominica Island. When guests are tired from island sightseeing they can relax with a local cocktail or seek out indigenous plants that act as natural remedies.

Caviar in the Surf® beach party and barbecue* allows guest to enjoy beautiful beaches while the crew wades through turquoise water to serve chilled caviar and Champagne. Take a Shopping with the Chef excursion to learn about local markets and ingredients with an expert Seabourn chef. 

*Available in select destinations; weather and conditions permitting.