Event Price 
Starting at $3,995
Single Supplement Waived! (up to $4,700 savings for single travelers)

A secluded archipelago impossibly blessed by Mother Nature, the Windward Islands have for centuries captivated sailors riding the carousel of Atlantic trade winds. With jungle-cloaked peaks that plunge into crystalline waters and vibrant coral reefs, cascading waterfalls and mini geysers, these remote islands combine the magnetic allure of the Caribbean with a rare authenticity. The iconic twin peaks of the Pitons, the world’s only drive-through volcanic crater, breathtaking topography and a flamboyance of fauna invite you to experience these surreal and lightly trodden landscapes. The swaying rhythms of calypso and reggae reverberate through convivial streetscapes and harbors where pastel-hued Creole houses and stately Georgian-style mansions bear the imprint of British, French and Spanish colonial rule. Experience a unique, off-the-beaten-path itinerary and intimate cruise on board an exclusively chartered small ship, offering unparalleled access to the idyllic ports and secluded bays of the southern most Caribbean islands.

Event Itinerary 

Grenada Pre-Cruise Option

Day

1  Depart the U.S. / Arrive St. George’s, Grenada/Embark Le Champlain
2  St. George’s
3  Admiralty Bay, Port E li zabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines/Kings town
4  Fort-de-France, Martinique
5  Terre-de-Haut, Iles des Saintes
6  Rodney Bay, St. Luci a/Soufrière
7  Saline Bay, Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines / Tobago Cays
8  Bridgetown, Barbados/ Disembark ship/Return to the U.S.

Barbados Post-Cruise Option

Region 
Season 
Type of activity 
Activity Level 

Moderately Active

Faculty

Dean F. Jon Kull '88

F. Jon Kull ‘88 was appointed Dean of the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at Dartmouth College in 2012. He is the Rogers Professor of Chemistry and an internationally known structural biologist and biochemist. His research in structural biology and biophysics focuses on the mechanism of molecular motor proteins and the proteins involved in the regulation of bacterial virulence. He teaches undergraduate chemistry, biochemistry, and biophysical chemistry at Dartmouth, and has received the Dean of the Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentoring and Advising. Dean Kull holds an A.B. in chemistry from Dartmouth College and a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of California, San Francisco.

Attachments 
Shared Program 
Shared Program
Operator Name 
Thomas P. Gohagan & Company