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Bookings open for Tradewind Voyages' 2021/22 Caribbean season

The tall ship will make its inaugural Caribbean sailing in November
Tickets for Tradewind Voyages’ 2021/22 Caribbean season are on sale in the UK and North America.

Inaugural Caribbean sailing

Golden Horizon will make its inaugural seven-night Caribbean voyage, sailing roundtrip from Barbados, on November 11, 2021. A further 21 departures take place up to March 31, 2022 also sailing roundtrip to and from Barbados.

Fares start at £1,799 per person.


‘Undiscovered Caribbean’ will involve a day’s sailing before passengers arrive at Charlotteville, Tobago, St George’s, Grenada, Mayreau, Grenadines, Kingstown, St Vincent and Soufriere Bay, St Lucia. 

The tall ship will visit Roseau, Dominica, Fort de France, Martinique, Port Elizabeth, Bequia and Iles de Saintes, Guadeloupe as part of its ‘Caribbean’s Hidden Gems’ itinerary.

‘Icons of the Caribbean’ sees Golden Horizon visit beaches, national parks and historic sites in Barbados, Antigua and St Lucia, while also calling at St Kitts, St Barts and Antigua.

North American market

Thanking Tradewind’s agent partners and clients for their support, the line’s CEO Alan McGrory said, ‘We are thrilled to offer our guests the opportunity to experience the smaller ports of the Caribbean.

‘We’re also delighted to open up sales to travellers from North America for the first time, thanks to the appointment of Discover the World as our GSA.’

All passengers will need to be double vaccinated and undergo complimentary pre-boarding antigen testing in keeping with the line’s Safe Sailing protocol. 

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