You can now book a dreamy Caribbean holiday with a Barbados stay and luxury cruise

Penni Schewe

Caribbean holidays in 2022 and 2023 are up for grabs complete with an all-inclusive Barbados hotel stay followed by an extraordinary luxury cruise on the Royal Clipper

The Caribbean is on most people’s bucket lists thanks to the islands’ breathtaking white sand beaches, towering palm trees and crystal-clear, swim-friendly waters.

Now thanks to a new holiday you can treat yourself to the ultimate Caribbean escape with heaps of luxury, beautiful destinations and a once-in-a-lifetime cruise experience.

Imagine Cruising is offering a ridiculously dreamy 14-night All-Inclusive Barbados Retreat & Intimate Royal Clipper Voyage which includes a blissful all-inclusive stay in Barbados for seven nights, followed by an extraordinary cruise on the Royal Clipper.

The luxurious getaway kicks off with a seven-night stay at the four-star Savannah Beach Club all-inclusive resort in Barbados, located right on one of those postcard-worthy palm-fringed beaches.








The holiday includes an all-inclusive Barbados stay
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The resort is nestled in the Garrison Historic Area – a UNESCO world heritage site – so you can expect some seriously breathtaking landscapes.

The hotel has everything you could want for a dreamy break including beautiful rooms, brilliant restaurants, pools and a white sand beach.

If you can tear yourself away, there’s heaps to see and do in nearby Bridgetown whether you’re wandering through town and taking in the historic architecture – George Washington House is a highlight – or exploring the ancient underground labyrinth of Harrison’s Cave where crystallised limestone walls and deep lagoons await.

The glamour doesn’t stop there.








The whole holiday is ridiculously dreamy
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From Barbados, you’ll embark on a once-in-a-lifetime sailing onboard the Royal Clipper – the tallest ship in the Star Clippers fleet.

The ship boasts some incredible features from an elegant three-tiered dining room serving gourmet dishes to a well-stocked library and a spa. Oh, and you’ll even get a FREE Inside to Outside upgrade so you can take in the incredible ocean views. (This is the Caribbean after all!).

Plus with only 227 passengers onboard it will make for an intimate atmosphere, not to mention there’s a relaxed ambience with an easy-going dress code.





The sun-soaked itinerary alone has us tempted too. Think beautiful islands including The Grenadines, St Lucia and Martinique, all while enjoying a traditional sail-powered seafaring experience.

The first visit will be to The Grenadines, where verdant rainforests and sun-drenched beaches await, before sailing on to St George’s in Grenada where the aroma of nutmeg – its main export – is utterly enticing.

The uninhabited islands of Tobago Cays will be next on the itinerary, before sailing on to Kingstown in St Vincent and Admiralty Bay in Bequia.








The Royal Clipper makes for an extraordinary sailing
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A trip to the French outpost of Martinique is also on the cards, where foodies can get their fill thanks to the spicy, tantalising blend of flavours.

Before heading back to Barbados you’ll find yourself visiting the breathtaking island of St Lucia, where intrepid explorers will be able to discover mountains, dense rainforest, fertile valleys and banana plantations.

Want to book the dreamy break?

Prices from £2,999pp including the all-inclusive Barbados stay and the Royal Clipper cruise, with departures available in 2022 and 2023. The price includes flights, transfers, the hotel stay and the cruise. Find out more and book at imaginecruising.co.uk.

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