Tradewind Voyages has launched its Caribbean program with sales in North America. The world’s largest tall ship, Golden Horizon, will make its inaugural voyage in the region from Barbados on Nov. 11, 2021.
Safe Sailing protocols have also been implemented, to ensure the wellbeing of guests and crew, which include a fully COVID vaccinated policy plus pre boarding (complimentary) antigen testing.
Between Nov. 11, 2021 and March 31, 2022, Tradewind Voyages will offer 21 departures, all of which are round trips from Barbados. Each voyage is 7 nights’ duration including all meals and soft drinks.
Voyages on Golden Horizon for the 2021/22 Caribbean Collection include:
- Undiscovered Caribbean: escape to some of the region’s most unspoilt islands in search of hidden beaches and natural wonders. Spend a day sailing before venturing on to Charlotteville in Tobago, St George’s in Grenada, Mayreau in the Grenadines, Kingstown in St Vincent and Soufriere Bay in St Lucia
- Caribbean’s Hidden Gems: enjoy a slower pace of life on this relaxed sailing around some of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets – Roseau in Dominica, Fort de France in Martinique and Port Elizabeth in Bequia, as well as Iles de Saintes in Guadeloupe
- Icons of the Caribbean: discover exquisite beaches, national parks and historical treasures on some of the favourite Caribbean islands: Barbados, Antigua and St Lucia. This voyage also stops at St Kitts, St Barts and Antigua.
Tradewind Voyages’ CEO, Alan McGrory said that: “We are thrilled to offer our guests the opportunity to experience the smaller ports of call and to visit so many beautiful destinations in 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. Once again, we thank our agent partners and their clients for their support and hope that our Safe Sailing policy will instil further confidence in booking with us. We look forward to welcoming everyone on board.”
In addition to all guests and crew being double vaccinated, Safe Sailing protocols will also include testing and health screening, responsible social distancing and medical services with highly qualified staff.
Golden Horizon’s design is based on France II, a legendary square-rigged tall ship built in 1913, and is inspired by Tea Clippers and Cape Horners. Boasting five bars, impressive spa facilities, three pools, a spectacular dining room with central skylight for top-notch dining and a high staff-to-guest ratio means that first-class service is guaranteed for everyone travelling with Tradewind Voyages. Its 140 cabins all offer ocean views.
For more, go to www.discovertheworld.ca .