$2000 off a Caribbean Cruise?

The tall-masted Sea Cloud II sailing the Caribbean

In a tall ship, you feel being on the ocean differently. To view Sea Cloud II under sail, check out this three-minute video.

You heard right. Until July 31, save up to $2000 per person on select Lindblad Expeditions Caribbean sailings aboard the luxurious, tall-masted vessel Sea Cloud II. For details, view the individual itineraries below.

This is one of the unique situations in small ship cruising where the ship is part of the draw. If you’ve dreamed of traveling on a tall ship, sailing gently through warm tropical waters, here’s your opportunity. The Sea Cloud II is an exhilarating journey back to the golden age of sail. She flies 26 sails — nearly 30,000 square feet of canvas — hoisted the old fashioned way, by hand. She is the world’s largest and most luxurious square-rigged tall ship available for passenger travel, carrying only 86 guests.

  • Caribbean ClassicAs featured in National Geographic Traveler’s 50 Tours of a Lifetime, this 15 day, 14 night sailing visits destinations such as Barbados, Dominica, Prickly Pear Cay, Anguilla, Jost Van Dyke & Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands, St. Barts, St. Kitt’s & St. Lucia before wrapping up your voyage in he Grenadines.
    Save $2,000 per person off the voyage rates for the Dec. 19, 2008 & Feb. 13, 2009 sailings when you book by July 31, 2008.
  • Sailing the Caribbean – Sail the trade winds on this 8 day, 7 night itinerary, which features Dominica, Isles des Saintes, Soufrière & Les Pitons, St. Lucia, Bequia, the Grenadines and Tobago Cays before disembarking in Barbados.
    Save $1,500 per person off the voyage rates when you book the Dec. 5 or 12, 2008 sailings OR save $1,000 per person off the voyage rates when you book the Jan. 2, 9, 30 or Feb. 6, 2009 sailings by July 31, 2008

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