Thursday 5 September 2013 

Cruise The Caribbean For The Trip Of A Lifetime

Cruise The Caribbean For The Trip Of A Lifetime
 

ITC Sports, the Caribbean holiday experts, have, along with their sister company ITC Classics, announced an exclusive luxury cruise taking place in March 2014.

The cruise will coincide with England's tour of the West Indies and include tickets to all three Twenty20 Internationals.

The cruise will take in 13 days of sailing and eight islands from 6th to 19th March.

Guests will sleep on the luxurious SeaDream which is a small, sociable yet spacious luxury ship which will travel from island to island while in the day, there will be the opportunity to explore each of the eight islands visited.

And as if attending the Twenty20 matches in Barbados on 9th, 11th and 13th March wasn't enough, guests will be treated to lunch with David 'Bumble' Lloyd and Paul Allott on board prior to each game.

The cruise starts with Antigua, renowned for its numerous beaches before moving on to the French chic island of St Barth, Barbados, where the Kensington Oval hosts the three internationals.

After the games in Barbados, the ship will sail on to the Grenadines and Tobago Cays, Mayreau, Petit St Vincent, St Lucia and Martinique.

One final trip will see guests head back to Barbados.

For fans of cricket and travelling to new destinations, there really is no better way to discover the Caribbean islands in luxurious style, for a cricket based trip like no other. Full details and itinerary can be found here.
 
ITC Sports (01244 355 370; www.itcsports.co.uk) has prices from £10,385 per person based on two people sharing a Yacht Club Statesroom.

This price includes return economy flights, return transfers from airport to SeaDream, 13 nights’ accommodation on board SeaDream, all meals and drinks on board, cricket tickets for each T20 match, transfers to the cricket, a celebrity cricket host, port taxes and an ITC Sports manager on hand to answer any questions.

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