On board MS EUROPA from Miami to New York

Spring under the palm trees

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The name itself speaks of exclusive experiences under coconut palms lining blue lagoons: the Caribbean is home to an infectious joie de vivre and colourful natural beauty. Marvel at the pink flamingos in the Bahamas, glide over the rainforest or go snorkelling in shimmering coral reefs. The colonial heritage of the islands is impressive. The waterfront in Willemstad and the marina on St Barthelemy are great places to sit in a bar and enjoy an exotic cocktail to toast your relaxing holiday.

from Miami to New York

Cruise dates:from 09.04.2016 to 24.04.2016 (15 days)
Your ship: MS EUROPA
Cruise number: EUR1606

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This cruise is operated in German. For individual programmes kindly ask our travel concierge.

Highlights of this cruise

  • UNESCO World Heritage Site: the historic centre of Willemstad*
  • UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site: Terre-de-Haut
  • Pure Caribbean – idyllic beaches for swimming and snorkelling
  • The world’s largest flamingo colony on Great Inagua
  • Mayreau – the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines
  • Chamber music festival with the German Music Foundation on board
  • New ports Northwest Point Beach/Great Inagua/ Bahamas, Mayreau/Grenadines/St Vincent and the Grenadines Beach/Barbuda/Antigua and Barbuda




Sat, 09.04.2016

Scheduled flight from Germany to Miami
Transfer to embarkation point for the EUROPA
Miami/Florida/USA, departure 21.00 hrs

Arrive a little earlier and discover the many facets of Miami during the pre-cruise programme*.

Sun, 10.04.2016

Relaxation at sea

Mon, 11.04.2016

Northwest Point Beach/Great Inagua/Bahamas, 8.00 – 13.00 hrs

Northwest Point Beach/Great Inagua/Bahamas
The island’s extensive lake landscape is home to a multitude of exotic waterfowl, such as West Indian flamingos, unusual roseate spoonbills and white-cheeked pintails. Relax under palm trees on pristine Northwest Point Beach.

Tue, 12.04.2016

Relaxation at sea

Wed, 13.04.2016

Willemstad/Curacao/Netherlands, 8.00 – 23.00 hrs

Willemstad/Curacao/Netherlands Antilles/Netherlands
In the 17th century, the Dutch first hoisted their flag on this magical ABC island. And so it is that Willemstad, with its canals and pastel-coloured gabled houses, seems like a small version of Amsterdam. Divi-divi trees and cacti are characteristic of the landscape of Curacao, and you can also explore its beauty off-road on a quad bike*. Old plantation houses and former slave huts give some insight into the island’s history during an island tour*, which also takes in one of the islands best beaches, Knip Beach.

Thu, 14.04.2016

Relaxation at sea

Fri, 15.04.2016

St Vincent and the Grenadines, 7.00 – 23.00 hrs

Mayreau/Grenadines/St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Spend a few relaxed hours on the beach: the smallest inhabited island of the Grenadines promises glorious views from its golden sandy beaches out over the incredible blue tones of the ocean.

Sat, 16.04.2016

Marigot Bay/St Lucia, 7.00 – 17.00 hrs
Cruising off the Pitons, approx. 18.00 – 19.00 hrs

Marigot Bay/St. Lucia/West Indies
The “crown jewel of the Antilles” is a shimmer of glorious colour: turquoise-blue sea, snow-white beaches and lush, tropical green form the backdrop on land and on the water*. The pride of the island, the densely overgrown volcanic plug of Petit Piton and its big brother, Gros Piton, tower over Soufriere Bay. Hike* to the summit of Gros Piton* or enjoy the fabulous views during a relaxed cable-car ride through the rainforest.

Sun, 17.04.2016

Terre-de-Haut/Iles des Saintes/Guadeloupe, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

Terre-de-Haut/Iles des Saintes/Lesser Antilles/Guadeloupe
Go ashore independently to explore the small Caribbean paradise and wander alongside the brightly coloured houses of the charming main town, Le Bourg, in search of the perfect souvenir to take home.

Mon, 18.04.2016

St. John’s/Antigua/Antigua und Barbuda, 7.00 – 19.00 Uhr

St. John’s/Antigua/Antigua and Barbuda
Countless beaches fringe the Antilles islands, which were an important naval base for the English in the 17th and 18th centuries. Those days are brought to mind during your scenic journey* to the lovingly restored Nelson’s Dockyard. Enjoy the view of Guadeloupe from Fort Shirley Heights. Or would you like a close-up encounter with some of the fascinating inhabitants of the Caribbean Sea? Then go swimming with tame stingrays*. Get closer to the primeval forces of nature on a helicopter flight* to the neighbouring island of Montserrat*. Petrified lava flows and dark fields of ash form the impressive landscape of one of the world’s most active volcanoes.

Tue, 19.04.2016

Gustavia/St Barthelemy/France, 7.00 – 13.00 hrs

Gustavia/Saint Barthelemy/Windward Group/France
The picture-perfect paradise has become a legend throughout the world under the nickname St Barths. Discover its small villages and fabulous bays on a panoramic trip*. Or board a catamaran and look forward to a relaxed sailing trip*. Cruise along the coast, swim in turquoise-coloured water and simply enjoy life.

Wed, 20.04.2016
- Fri, 22.04.2016

Relaxation at sea

Sat, 23.04.2016

New York/USA, arrival 7.00 hrs
Transfer to scheduled flight to Germany

New York/USA
Travel home again, or discover more limitless possibilities during the post-cruise programme* in New York – The Big Apple.

Sun, 24.04.2016

Arrival in Germany

= at anchor
= Zodiac landing

Please note that our pre- and post-cruise programmes are conducted in German.
For individual programmes kindly consult your travel agent.

Following programmes we offer in German:




Chamber music from the German Music Foundation

The right musical accompaniment for this artfully composed cruise will be supplied by award winners and scholarship students from the German Music Foundation. These gifted young musicians and scholarship students will guarantee an extremely high level of artistic performance. You can look forward to virtuoso pieces from promising soloists, whose outstanding expertise will captivate you during your stay on board the EUROPA.


Chamber music from the German Music Foundation