“Get Away from the Cold” Caribbean Cruise

January 18 – 29, 2018

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Special Features

  • Round trip airfare from Springfield, MO to Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • Sunnyland Escort
  • Celebrity Reflection
  • St. Johns, Antigua
  • Barbados
  • St. Lucia
  • Overnight in St. Maarten
  • 4 Days at Sea
  • Not in Hurricane Season

What could be more relaxing than a Southern Caribbean Cruise in January?  Come with Sunnyland as we head south – way south – and escape the bitter winter temperatures to a tropical climate and visit some of the prettiest islands in the Caribbean.  Beautiful mountain vistas and white sand beaches await us as we sail from island to island on our luxurious cruise ship – The Celebrity Reflection.


Prices Deluxe Balcony: $2,350/pp based on double occupancy Balcony:  $2,200/pp based on double occupancy Interior:  $1,950/pp based on double occupancy Airfare is not included in these prices and is projected to be approximately $500 per person. Passport


Day 1, Thursday, January 18

We begin our journey from Springfield’ airport to Ft. Lauderdale.  We will overnight at a local hotel and also have an excursion in the Ft. Lauderdale area.

Day 2, Friday, January 19

Today we board our ship and set sail at 4:00 PM.

Day 3 & 4, Saturday and Sunday, January 20 and 21

We have two days at sea to truly get to know our ship.  Enjoy a relaxing day at the Spa, participate in a fun pool game or simply settle back and read a book.

Day 5, Monday, January 22

Today our port of call is St. Johns, Antigua.  What once attracted famed British seafarer Lord Horatio Nelson and the Royal Navy to these tranquil shores so many years ago now draws visitors who explore its extensive bird sanctuaries, snorkel among the coral reefs, and leave footprints on white sand beaches where pirates once trod.

Day 6, Tuesday, January 23

Today our port of call is  Bridgetown, Barbados.  While the surroundings and weather are unmistakably Caribbean, the ambiance is decidedly British. High tea is still served nearly everywhere, examples of Victorian architecture can be found throughout the city, cricket is a national obsession, and even the drivers observe the traditional left-side-of-the-road traffic rules.

Day 7, Wednesday, January 24

Today our port of call is Castries, St. Lucia. Owing to its somewhat checkered past, St. Lucia boasts both French and British influences. Its famous twin peaks are among the most startling geological formations in the world, while the island’s easily accessible and expansive coral reefs make it a preferred destination for snorkelers.

Day 8 & 9, Thursday & Friday, January 25  and 26

Today and tomorrow we port in Phillipsburg, St. Maarten with an overnight.  St. Maarten has two sides-a French and a Dutch. You can stroll along the magnificent beaches for hours, browse the endless French boutiques and duty-free shops, or visit sights like the cliffs and caves of Cupecoy Beach.  By overnighting in St. Maarten you will truly have ample time to explore this beautiful island and experience its unique flavor.

Day 10 & 11, Saturday & Sunday, January 27

Another two great days at sea for relaxation and fun before we head back to reality in Springfield, MO.

Day 12, Monday, January 28

Today we return to our home port of Ft. Lauderdale and board our flight back to Springfield, MO with a suntan and fond memories.

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