Join us for a winter getway to Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cozumel,

and the tropical private island Half Moon Cay !  





February 21-28, 2021   


"First Class. Everything is first class."   

 -Willy Arts, 2009 Sporthorse Cruise Guest Speaker 

- Caribbean -

Sailing roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida  on  Holland America Line's Eurodam   

Ports of Call   

Leave your cares behind when you get to Half Moon Cay, a private island reserved just for our visit. This is where you relax, and unwind. Take a quiet walk on the beach, go snorkeling, or sailing. Do as much, or as little as you like. 

Our favorite ? Sip a freshing Mai Tai on the beach with friends.     


Ocho Rios, Jamaica is a blend of beaches, rainforest, and resorts.  Formerly a quiet fishing village, the area is now a favorite with visitors from around the world. Shop for local crafts, taste traditional Jamaican food, and keep that reggae song playing in your head. Dunns River Falls is a popular attraction, but if you're looking for adventure with a dash of history,  check out Green Grotto Caves, a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence winner.  



Easy, walkable, and fun sums up George Town, Grand Cayman, where restaurants and duty free shops line the waterfront. Spend the day at nearby Seven Mile Beach, one the Caribbean's best, or explore the amazing Stingray City, and swim with stingrays in shallow water.  For history buffs, a visit to the National Museum is a must, and you'll find local products in their gift shop.


Cozumel, Mexico is known for its beautiful coral reefs, snorkeling, and fascinating Mayan ruins at San Gervasio. Hire a car and driver to take you around the island and on the quiet side, enjoy lunch at one of many beachside restaurants. If a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site Chichen Itza is on your must-do list, a day long excursion will take you there. It's truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  For information on this tour, see Holland America Lines Shore Excursions.  Holland America also offers tours to the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Coba.