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Lesser Antilles featuring Curaçao & Martinique
1 Feb - 8 Feb
7 Nights
6 Ports
Four Seasons Yachts

Lesser Antilles featuring Curaçao & Martinique

1 February - 8 February 2026
From £8,290 pp

Duration

7 Nights

Journey Type

Cruise only (Please call for flight options)

Ports

6 Ports

1 February

Setting sail from Oranjestad

The tiny Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, located just off the coast of Venezuela, lies outside of the hurricane belt, meaning it enjoys a largely dry climate, and boasts some of the best beaches in the region, if not the world. The capital, Oranjestad, is home to some appealing colonial architecture and plenty of shops, but it's the fine white sands of the northwest coast that attract most visitors to the island. To the east, the protected Arikok National Park is home to some interesting flora and fauna, as well as caves, sand dunes and ancient Arawak petroglyphs.

Don't miss

Nearly 20% of the island is natural park – stunning natural beauty both above and below the waterline. Don’t miss the ‘Conchi’ - the famed Natural Pool in Arikok National Park.

2 February

Curaçao: Willemstad

3 February

At sea

4 February

Saint Lucia: Soufrière

5 February

Martinique: Anse Mitan

6 February

Guadeloupe: Terre-de-Haut (Iles des Saintes)

7 February

At sea

8 February

Arriving in Philipsburg

Philipsburg is the gateway to an intriguing little Caribbean island with a dual personality: the Dutch side, St. Maarten, is the livelier of the two, with shopping malls, casinos and more of a nightlife scene, while French-speaking St. Martin is a more refined (and more expensive) affair, with a laid-back, continental air and a host of exclusive resorts and restaurants. Travelling between the two halves of the island is hassle-free, and both sides boast beautiful beaches, friendly locals and pleasant little towns and villages.

Our tip

For a change of pace, go to Loterie Farm at the foot of Pic Paradis, the highest point on Saint Martin, where you can cool off, see the wildlife and rent a cabana for a day of swimming in the cascades.

The Ship

Your home from home

Four Seasons I is the first ship from brand-new cruise line Four Seasons Yachts, launching at the start of 2026, and will aim to showcase the same high-spec accommodation, exceptional service and fabulous dining options as the iconic hotel chain in its 95 suites.

What we love

Four Seasons I will have just 95 all-terrace suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, plus onboard facilities including 11 dining and lounge venues, spa and fitness centre, transverse marina with water toys that unfolds on both sides, and one of the largest swimming pools in the industry (20 metres) with a canoe-shaped aft deck that can be raised for special celebrations.

Capacity 222 Guests
Style

Beach club chic, with exceptional service and a glamorous atmosphere.

Inclusions
  • Breakfast
  • Tea, coffee and soft drinks
  • Use of marina and spa
  • Gratuities
Year Built 2024-2025
More about Four Seasons I

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
Bucuti and Tara Beach Resort, Aruba

Stay a little longer in Aruba

Go for the romantic (and adult only) Bucuti and Tara Beach Resort – paradise!

ABC jeep tour, Aruba

Go off road in Aruba

Offroading is great fun in Aruba, so a tour by four wheel drive is the perfect way to explore the island.

Le Petit Hotel, Saint Martin

Where to stay in Saint Martin

Le Petit Hotel in Grand Case is such a fantastic choice – right on the beach, and great value.

Little Bay, St Maarten

What to do in Saint Martin

There are some amazing hikes on the island, so if you feel up to it, hire a guide to take you on one of the trails.

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Lesser Antilles featuring Curaçao & Martinique

1 February - 8 February 2026
From £8,290 pp

Duration

7 Nights

Journey Type

Cruise only (Please call for flight options)

Ports

6 Ports

Ship

Four Seasons I of Four Seasons Yachts

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Why Mundy?

Who we are

Founded in 1970, we have sold more luxury cruises for more years than anyone else in the UK.
Matthew Lonsdale

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