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Scheduled flight from Germany to Miami and transfer to the embarkation point.
Miami/Florida/USA, arrival 20.00 hrs
Relaxation at sea
Cockburn Town/San Salvador/Bahamas , 7.00 - 19.00 hrs
Cockburn Town is the capital of the island San Salvador. Christoph Columbus landed here in 1492 and named the island San Salvador (Holy Saviour), which was called Lucaya Guanahini by the locals. A 56 km long road goes around the flat island paradise. The land is full of undulating hills, beautiful beaches, numerous salt water lakes and amazing reefs that surround the greater part of the island. Enjoy a relaxed day on the island, stroll through the village or take a sunbath at one of the fine sandy beaches.
Relaxation at sea
St.John's/Antigua/Antigua & Barbuda, 7.00 - 18.00 hrs
Marigot Bay/St.Lucia , 8.30 – 0.00 hrs
Fort-de-France/Martinique/Lesser Antilles/France, 7.00 – 18.00 hrs
Idyllic beaches and the steeply rising Pitons du Carbet: Martinique offers impressive contrasts. It’s up to you: a boat trip to the beach*, a hike in the tropical forest* or an off-road journey* through the natural surroundings?
Bridgetown/Barbados , 7.00 – 19.00 hrs
Very British: driving on the left and afternoon tea. Truly Caribbean: palm trees and sugar cane plantations. Look forward to Barbados’ irresistible blend – and the old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Possible activities: a Segway adventure*, a catamaran trip with snorkelling* or a canopy tour*.
Relaxation at sea
Kralendijk/Bonaire/Netherlands, 8.00 – 17.00 hrs
Relaxation at sea
Cartagena/Colombia , 8.00 – 18.00 hrs
Perhaps South America’s most beautiful city – with churches and palaces in the Andalusian style and an almost completely preserved city wall, unique to the continent. Soak up the atmosphere on a city tour* or a walk through the old town. Alternatively, take a speedboat trip to the Rosario Islands*.
Isla Aguja/San Blas Islands/Panama , 11.00 – 18.00 hrs
Colon/Panama, arrival 5.00 hrs
Your cruise ends directly by the Panama Canal, which you can explore in more depth with our post-cruise programme*.
Transfer to Panama City for scheduled flight to Frankfurt
Arrival in Frankfurt
The following programmes can be booked.
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:
Our proven pre and post programs cover a wide range of excursions and experiences and are accompanied by experienced Hapag-Lloyd Cruises tour guides. For all travelers who like to share experiences in a group of like-minded people.
Our travel concierge will be pleased to tailor exclusive travel arrangements to your wishes. From trendy design hotels to luxury beach resorts to insider tips for the most exciting metropolises - exclusive recommendations can be found here and at www.hl-cruises.com/travel-concierge. Your travel concierge is available to you before traveling and on board.
* The pre- and post-cruise programmes and shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.
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Exclusive encounters with outstanding musicians: the UNPLUGGED special-format cruises feature top-notch star performances, with the concerts in the EUROPA 2’s theatre lending the shows an intimate ambience.
Born in Bamberg in 1988, Katharina Königsfeld wanted to play the piano and the organ at the age of six. From 2007 she started studying piano with Arnulf von Arnim and from 2012 organ with Roland Maria Stangier at the Folkwang University of Arts in Essen. She is also interested in Chambermusic and... Read more
Born in Bamberg in 1988, Katharina Königsfeld wanted to play the piano and the organ at the age of six. From 2007 she started studying piano with Arnulf von Arnim and from 2012 organ with Roland Maria Stangier at the Folkwang University of Arts in Essen. She is also interested in Chambermusic and Lied. She already worked with such great musicians as Christoph Eschenbach, Dirk Mommertz, Matthias Goerne and Gustav Kuhn. Katharina has performed in the Philharmonie Essen, the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum within the well known Klavierfestival Ruhr. In July 2015 she will give her Debut in the Festpielhaus Erl. Katharina Königsfeld signed an exclusive recording contract with SONY Classical in 2014. Her first album for Sony, „Piano fantasy by Katharina“, was released in January 2015 and entered the german pop charts straightaway.close
Daniel Karelly, aka Affe Maria, is an Austrian musician and producer. After graduating from the Drummers Institute Duesseldorf as the best student in 20 years and discontinuing a study programme in jazz and pop drums at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem/Netherlands, he returned to Hamburg in... Read more
Daniel Karelly, aka Affe Maria, is an Austrian musician and producer. After graduating from the Drummers Institute Duesseldorf as the best student in 20 years and discontinuing a study programme in jazz and pop drums at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem/Netherlands, he returned to Hamburg in 2011 to work on the first album with his band Rakede. As a dubstep producer and DJ with airplay on stations ranging from Austrian Fm4 to BBC Radio 1, he releases music on various labels and receives international support from renowned producers in the scene. He also gives performances all over Europe – for example, as a support act for Dope D.o.d.
The debut album from Rakede featuring Dellé (Seeed) and Samy Deluxe was released in 2014 on Downbeat Records/Warner Music and was nominated for the 2015 German Musikautorenpreis in the category of composition pop. In 2013, the unplugged version of their song “Bitte Bitte” became a global YouTube hit. Besides various radio and TV appearances, the band also tours regularly and plays at the biggest festivals in the German-speaking world.
He also produces, mixes and masters for other projects and holds workshops at schools on behalf of Crossover e.V.close
Xavier de Maistre belongs to an elite category of soloists who are redefining what is possible with their instrument. Born in Toulon he began studying harp aged nine. He studied in Paris and in 1998 he was awarded first prize at the International Harp Competition in Bloomington, Indiana, immediately... Read more
Xavier de Maistre belongs to an elite category of soloists who are redefining what is possible with their instrument. Born in Toulon he began studying harp aged nine. He studied in Paris and in 1998 he was awarded first prize at the International Harp Competition in Bloomington, Indiana, immediately becoming the first French musician to join the ranks of the prestigious Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Aside from commissions from composers such as Kaija Saariaho, he performs works like Smetana’s “Ma Vlast" with breathtaking precision, presenting masterful arrangements of works that are usually played by an entire orchestra. The interpretation of these works, that few harpists before him have even considered playing, has contributed to his reputation as one of the most creative and extraordinary musicians of his generation. Xavier de Maistre has appeared with major orchestras under the direction of such eminent conductors as Bertrand de Billy, Lionel Bringuier, Daniele Gatti, Kristjan Järvi, Philippe Jordan, Riccardo Muti, Andrés Orozco-Estrada and André Previn. He performs at many leading international festivals, including Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Salzburg Festival, Budapest Spring Festival and Mostly Mozart in New York. He collaborates with such chamber music partners as Diana Damrau, Magali Mosnier, Daniel Müller-Schott, Baiba Skride and Arabella Steinbacher. Since 2001 Xavier de Maistre has taught at the Hamburg Academy of Music. He also gives regular masterclasses at New York’s Juilliard School of Music, Tokyo’s Toho University and London’s Trinity College of Music.close
Tue 27.11 St. John’s – Cedar Valley Golf Club
The course features diverse landscapes and some significant height differences of up to 100 m (328 ft). The lack of water on the island means that the terrain can be very hard in places, and the small club house also gives a somewhat rustic impression. Nevertheless, this course offers connoisseurs an extremely interesting golfing experience.
Mi 28.11. Marigot Bay / St. Lucia – Sandals St. Lucia Golfclub
Thu 30.11 Bridgetown – Sandy Lane Country Club
A course that you would expect from the Caribbean. A true gift! Even the great Tiger Woods played a round here after spending his wedding night at the hotel next door. The resident caddies make these 18 holes a real experience: the Rastafarians, who are often almost too relaxed, are worthy successors to Bob Marley, both in their appearance and their habitus.
Mon 04.12 Cartagena – TPC Cartagena at Karibana golf club
This resort course presents players with wide, open fairways and tricky greens. Jack Nicklaus has created a wonderful combination of challenging golf and enjoyable games directly on the Pacific. The second nine holes are a particular test of a player’s concentration. Remember to pack your camera along with your clubs and balls.