With all-suite accommodations and no more than 229 suites per ship, Seabourn cruises offer intimate escapes at sea. Because of their smaller size, Seabourn's ships are able to explore harbors off the beaten cruise path. Depending on your itinerary, you might have the chance to discover the quirky landscape of Prickly Pear Island in the British Virgin Islands, savor French architecture, wine and cheese in Le Marin on Martinique, or simply linger in the unspoiled Iles des Saintes islets off Guadeloupe, where you'll find mom-and-pop cafés and sidewalk vendors rather than big hotels and casinos. Better yet, each ship has its own water sports marina, making it possible to play in the water no matter where you are.
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